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Goya Eclipse Pro 2012

Goya Eclipse Pro 2012

Sail type: Freestyle, Wave
Brand: Goya
Rating:
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4.0/5

The 2012 windsurfing sails lineup introduced by Goya is intended to redefine the world of windsurfing. Every single sail model has been carefully crafted and tuned to offer the best performance in its class. And when it comes to power wave class, the Eclipse Pro offers the ultimate performance. This sail suits perfectly progressive and power riders who need raw force, extra speed and top control to rip the waves.

Goya has engineered the Eclipse Pro using the innovative Pro construction which lowers the overall weight, makes the sail more robust and improves overall performance in most wave conditions. The sail features Carbon Stretch Control tendons, a Poly Clew outhaul system and Kevlar Real Frame panels. This structure allows it to handle rough surf conditions with ease, assures a balanced power delivery and keeps the rider in control. The sail is built using top quality Scrim film and X-ply fabrics which assure a solid and light construction.

The reduced head profile makes the sail more agile and improves turning performance. The sail uses an adjustable or fixed head, depending on size. All sizes feature a solid five battens structure which improves stability. The new Ever Clear window also reduces overall weight and increases the rider’s visibility. The Goya Eclipse Pro offers the ultimate performance when it is used with the special Goya RDM Direct Drive Mast.


Goya Eclipse Pro 2012 Average Rating: 4.0 out of 5 based on 2 user reviews.
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Goya Eclipse Pro 2012 Reviewed on Dec 15th 2011
4
Rating: 4.0 out of 5

I don't know how they did it, but the Eclipse Pro is extremely light. This makes it very easy to handle and very reactive. This sail works best with less than recommended outhaul. This gives it smoother performance. You can also set the outhaul to...more

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Goya Eclipse Pro 2012 Reviewed on Dec 15th 2011
4
Rating: 4.0 out of 5

Thanks for the tip. It really works nice with those settings. The sail is very agile even when it is fully powered up. And it is easy to maneuver. The lighter weight makes a huge difference. It has a nice, balanced, almost neutral pull position....more