A New Sail Development Initiative from Point-7 on Vimeo.
sails feature exclusive UV
reflective Black (metallic particles)
X-Ply reinforced materials MADE IN U.S.A.
window uses a lightly tinted, X-Ply reinforced material with UV inhibitors, to prolong the
lifespan of the sails and optimize visibility. (Lasts much longer than
clear transparent or X-Ply film)
The powerhouse sail. More torque, more power.
A powerhouse of a sail with plenty of drive to pull you out of any
hazard zone when sailing in onshore conditions with less than perfect
More torque and power than ever before, utilising an even deeper
profile in the sail. The aimed pressure point delivers unparalleled
stability in gusty conditions, whilst the free rotation of the sail body
around the mast permits effortless handling.
Some of the features include black anti-UV material, orange tinted
window, UV resistant, 5 batten construction, X-ply used in parts of the
sail for extra strength and durability and a Vario top for better mast
Sail Features from Point-7 on Vimeo.
Wave Sails Rigging Guide from Point-7 on Vimeo.
The brand name originates from the Windsurf Racing scene.
The first sailor across the race finish line receives.7 points.
Second place would then get a score of 2
points, 3 points for third, etc. At the end of the event, each
race-score would be added up and whoever has the
lowest score would be named winner of the event. It has often been
that little Point-7 difference
that has decided the
winner of important titles.
That small difference is also what defines our products.
Powerful sails with early planning abilities, great stability and light
feeling in strong winds. These are the main characteristics of the black
sails. These features gives a great sailing range to each size,
allowing it to have less sails in your personal quiver. With only 8 sail
lines and 3 mast lines: all with very specific characteristics for
targeting each single windsurfers special needs.
Utilizing the newest technologies and materials available; Point-7 sails
are always one step ahead of the industry. Using primarily UV resistant
materials, the life of a sail is prolonged substantially. All
year non-stop testing of materials and sails in all various conditions,
warrants unbeatable quality in the products. 30 unique details are
worked in on each sail line to ensure durability
and less wear.
From the first day we decided to make our sail
range; we knew that
for us to be competitive and stand up against the major brands, we
would have to offer the best possible quality, performance and service
to our clients.
The materials we use are all
produced in the United States, our wave
and freeride lines are reinforced with X-ply and all sails
made with Black UV resistant materials.
The aggressive look of the sails is constructed with essential
materials only. There is no excessive printing on the sails which wears
out with time, nor any added stickers which in turn would add weight.
All sails are developed year round by the P7squad to obtain the best
feeling, guaranteeing you unbeatable sailing experience. .
The development runs in 3 important stages and locations. The Canary
Islands being used the winter period, where the sails are tested in
various conditions from light of shore winds to the strongest that the
islands has to offer. During the summer months development and testing
then moves to Lake Garda, Italy to complete the range of use of
products: 2 great locations which combined, offer a wide variety of
conditions and levels of windsurfing. The final stage of testing is then
when the sails are being brought out on the race courses to measure the
latest technology and performance of the sails against the competition.
The P7 team participates with great success from local, to the most
important international events. We strongly believe the 2011 line-up to
set new standards for quality and performance.