Unifiber has earned a considerable space within the market windsurfing. The Dutch brand, founded by Job Verbunt in 2003, He specializes, Since at the beginning, in the production and distribution of accessories of any kind. Among the different products a prominent place is occupied by the boma. Unifiber offers this fundamental component and interpreted in a variety of materials and sizes. But how do you choose a boma? The question can’ corny, but it is not. The boma should be chosen according to different parameters.
First of all, the shape: the traditional Teardrop shape allows you to better manage sailing profiles even deep, thing very frequent using big sails. A disadvantage is the hand grip treetop, with the wrist slightly rotated. The most’ the recent boom in “C” allow the benefits in terms of ergonomics, allowing a better ranking of hands and less fatigue of the wrists. All this benefits the surfer in both straight edges, both maneuvers.
Aluminium or carbon? The choice between the two materials is often dictated by the available budget. Aluminum booms are definitely more’ carbon budget, they are manufactured with different criteria and with different degrees of rigidity and strength. In certain cases, a good aluminum monocoque boom can compete with the boom in carbon and Unifiber is able to satisfy any kind of request. Carbon booms are more’ rigid, provide an answer more’ direct and less deformation. Unifiber offers two types of construction: The with a special design that optimizes production costs, allowing a good cost containment, and a construction PRO, using carbon fibers more’ high quality, to ensure the best performance, even in the most’ exasperated.
The video presentation of the boma Unifiber:
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