Eclipse

FIVE BATTEN POWERHOUSE

Drive

FORWARD. THRU LULLS. UPWARD. THRU WHITEWATER.

The new Eclipse has great low end power, sports easy handling and massive high wind range plus an unlimited speed potential. Five battens make the Eclipse a very stable sail with super easy handling when very powered up.

All wave and wave style sailing conditions are possible with the Eclipse, from down the line and onshore to freestylewave sailing. The Eclipse gives stability and range, along with durable construction details. Well suited to both multi and single fin boards. The new generation 5.3 uses a 400 mast and the 4.5 uses a 370 mast.

Chameleon in the water.

Mateo Cano: gThe Eclipse is a true chameleon, excelling in bump and jump and freewave type conditions as well as dedicated wave sailing. The new Eclipse has a smoother feel through gusts and chop.h

Mass

A WORD ON BAG WEIGHT VS. FLYING WEIGHT.

Jason Diffin: gWhen wefre talking about weight reduction, wefre not just talking about gbag weighth, to me that is secondary. Whatfs more important is the gflying weighth. A sail with a light flying weight will tend to plane more quickly (especially if paired with a floaty board) and will be much more maneuverable. Both of those things are contingent on the sail having proper shape, stability and twist. All Goya Sails are optimized for a very low flying weight.

Without good shape, stability and twist, a sail that feels light as a feather when you pick it up in the store can feel like a ton of bricks on the water. That said, all new Goya sails have shed some mass for this season, so you get a double benefit. Enjoy.h

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