Severne proceeds relentlessly in filling all available market segments. From this point of view, an eye was also given to the audience of the youngest surfers, inserting a line of sails dedicated specifically to them. Redback, this its name, turns to young surfers, but eager to have a technically unimpeachable product at their disposal. The design and materials are inspired by the older sister S-1, here appear sail panels made of EM3 for the top of the sail and EM4 in the lower one. Both are trilaminated fabrics, resistant to stress and tearing, designed for use “heavy duty”.
Measures matter, and in this case the whole rig has been designed to give maximum performance to its lucky user, the bug ring and the cutting of the tree pocket at the height of the boom have been lowered, cosi’ how the tension at the tree foot was reduced, for more comfort; in this way control and general performances travel in perfect harmony.
RedBack doesn't skimp on special skills to please its surfer target, it's a small-scale sail, but very efficient in all its aspects, to allow people to express themselves at the highest levels. And’ available as a complete rig to make it more’ simple pairing with trees and boom, But it can’ can also be found individually. Measures from the 2.6 to go down use a three-stick configuration. Measures from the 3.0 the 4.7, more like the S-1, use four splints, to broaden the range of use and profile stability.
For more information: https://www.severnesails.com/sails/redback/
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