For most windsurfers, foiling has the potential to double their time in the water. Severne foil equipment is designed to make riders fly easily, safe and with as much fun as possible. Directly understanding all variables, Severne has made design choices to offer a foiling experience that will expand the windsurfing world of practitioners.
Foiling is more fun when and’ Sure. Severne considered each component and how its ease of use could be improved.
All wings have rounded tips and are curved downwards, away from the feet kicking.
Wing covers are designed to stay in place during installation, minimizing accidents on the ground.
The Tree to Be 90 cm offers enough height for a correct technique.
Rigid aluminum construction provides consistent and reliable carry-on that increases control.
Arming was never the funniest part of windsurfing. Adding foil can increase complexity, so Severne you and’ focused on making it as simple as possible.
The minimum number of bolts means fewer things to install.
Only 2 different types of bolts: short bolts for the wings and long for the shaft.
A single tool required. The hexagonal key from 5 mm has been selected for its long-term reliability, the abundance of compatible tools (many sails use this dimension for the tension of the splints) and easy replacement of bolts.
All this to connect the fuselage to the’ tree and all’ front wing.
When flying half a meter out of the water, you don't want the front wing to move under. Rigidity is the key to keeping wings in a consistent position. Stiffness allows you to hook up and windsurf on foil.
Shaft geometry maximizes stiffness. 19 mm thick x 145 mm width. Much stiffer both longitudinally and torsionally than most carbon trees.
The focus on the fuselage locks in the shaft section.
The fuselage uses straight sections for directional stability and to maximize force ratios / weight.
The 4 front wing connection surfaces reduce any movement.
Easy enough for first flights, the RedWing is fun enough to run with the weird, 360 and more. The cruising speed is set at 20 freeride foil performance nodes.
The front wing of 1400 cm2 has enough area to handle low-speed maneuvers while being fast enough for fun.
The front wing with a low profile is wide 76 cm, which makes it suitable for foil boards from freeride narrower than 65-85 cm.
The longest fuselage of 95 cm increases pitch stability and allows less concentration on foil trim.
A greater distance between the front wing and the rear wing promotes stability, improves light wind efficiency and makes running smoother.
The Tree to Be 900 mm allows a height sufficient to overcome the choppo and navigate safely.
The Other 1400 It is wide 760 mm), so it doesn't require a super wide board to control the lever. It adapts to boards 650 mm a 850 mm).
The Other 1400 uses a profile designed to be stable and tolerant without sacrificing speed. A relatively thin thickness of the 10,8% combined with a refined attachment edge reduces aerodynamic drag, while the forward draw profile improves stability over a wide range of speeds.
The contours of the wings have been designed with safety in their.
All wing tips are rounded and curved down, away from the feet kicking.
DARKWEB TECHNOLOGY: CARBON FRAME FOR TORSION CONTROL
The DARK WEB uses a series of internal carbon sleepers to increase stiffness with minimal weight.
More info on: www.severnesails.com/redwing/
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