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WindWing Hammer RDM 2010

WindWing Hammer RDM 2010

Sail type: Wave, Freeride
Brand: Windwing
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When it has designed the 2010 Hammer RDM, WindWing wanted to deliver a powerful sail, but one that is very stable and performs predictable even when it is overpowered or when the wind gets really strong. The result was a sail that runs at incredible speeds, but offers a true positive feedback to the sailor, who can control it without any effort. The Hammer RDS has a low aspect ratio and the profile is quite compact. Along with a shorter mast this allows enhanced control and maneuverability and permits easy twists and rotations without losing any of the steering capabilities. An innovation used by WindWing is the removable cam system. Depending on skill or style, the rider can choose between no cams, one cam or two cams. This feature really makes the Hammer RDM suit any type of sailing or sailor. The boom is enhanced to deliver a good amount of low end power, and the draft is positioned lower, so the sail is easy to maneuver at all times. Since it is intended for use in high winds and rough wind conditions, the sail is built on a seven tube battens and a D2T head, which confers additional stability and makes the Hammer RDM rock solid out on the water. Batten tensioners optimize foil tension and deliver a comfortable and balanced ride.

To make an extra durable and still lightweight sail, WindWing has used X-ply materials reinforced with Kevlar and Dacron. Available in 6.3, 6.9, 7.6, 8.3 and 9.0 meter sizes, the WindWing Hammer RDM delivers top performance in any weather conditions and is a reliable windsurfing companion.