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August 13, 2018

Our approach to speed is nothing unique, smaller gear and more power equals more speed.

If our original Storm line is primary oriented for an average sailor who demands reliable and stable run, our Speed line is all about how far we can push our limits to achieve maximu...

May 31, 2018

Just to say that sail with thick profile is something absolutely new is simply not true. In the past sailmakers of some leading brands and independent sail developers invested considerable time and effort to implement this idea. Like many inventors they were just ahead...

February 2, 2018

Even canard wing aircrafts, which resistant to stall, advised AOA during landing , do not exceed more than 15 degrees. Generally low AOA means better efficiency and less drag. Just real life example: when sailing big cambered sails during low wind conditions, it is ver...

January 23, 2018

30 degrees AOA is probably most common configuration when sailing square cross wind. Using example from previous post: 25kt board speed, true wind 25kt at 90 degrees and apparent wind 35kt at 45 degrees. To achieve 30 AOA you need to position your sail at 15 degrees re...

December 26, 2017

These series of blog posts will contribute to understanding how traditional profile works and what gives thick profile superiority.  In our CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) simulation study we compare two identical outer profiles, with one difference, one is thick an...

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