The Neil Pryde Freeflight Windsurf Sail is our first dedicated foil freeride sail. Ultra-lightweight, early flying. Optimum efficiency to get the most out of every foil session, allowing you to use the smallest sail possible. 4 battens and 1 mini cam (2 on the 6.6) make for the lightest possible feeling while maintaining stability. A short boom and tight leech get you flying as early as possible and feeling weightless over the foil.
• Luff: 446cm
• Boom: 177cm
• Ideal Mast: 430 RDM
• Weight of Sail: 4.6kg
• Extremely Early Flight – Free Flight is designed to get you up on the foil as quickly as possible, allowing you to use a tiny sail relative to the wind speed.
• Tight Leech – Since there is less need for wind release in the leech during foiling, Free Flight takes advantage of the added power and stability gained by a tight leech design. This also allows you to use a smaller sail.
• Foil Specific Foot Shape – Due to the more upright sailing position when foiling, the foot area of Free Flight is increased to allow you to close the gap when foiling with an upright sail position. This maximizes performance and efficiency.
• 4 Batten Layout – 4 batten layout to provide a stable base and light weight.
• 1 o 2 Mini Cams – Smaller sizes feature 1 mini cam for optimum profile stability vs weight ratio. The 6.6 uses 2 mini cams to add extra stability in the lower portion of the sail in this sail’s biggest size.
• Foil Specific Use – Designing this sail specifically for foiling allows us to provide maximum foil-specific benefits to take advantage of all the possible efficiency gains available to sails which do not need to cater for fin use.
Free Flight features our custom, internally laminated upper panels for bright colours which last, and our continuous luff construction which is shared across our no-cam Freeride range.
The upper panels feature INTERNALLY PRINTED LAMINATED FILM to produce the crispest, most responsive feeling and bright colours which will stand the test of time.
A continuous X-Ply panel combines excellent stitch holding properties, for added strength in this extremely high-load area of the sail, with the responsive performance that using a single panel with no cross-stitching provides.