Goya sails are steadily making their presence felt more and more on the world market and their new line of sails looks set to make a big impact. Including the brand new Guru, their range remains concise but covers all your needs.
The W3D replaces has a new look and continues the success of the 2008 model. The power wave sail is perfect in all conditions and like all the sails in the Goya range it includes “STRETCH CONTROL” to keep the shape as it was designed in all wind strengths.
The new GURU is the lighter mans wave sail. More neutral feel for a smooth feeling that is built to last. Featuring a PVC window this is the choice sail of Keith Taboul.
The FXR covers all your free riding needs. Changing from 6 battens to 7 as it increases in size it covers just about everything. The sails bigger than 6.9 have 7 battens and are more race orientated, whilst the small sails are more maneuver orientated.
To complete the range there is the STORM to get the kids ripping on the water as well as the entry level SURF for first timers.
All the sails feature an impressive new look with a negative angular outline on the leech and a lot more colour for 2009. They also have an exciting new raspberry colour to standout on the water.