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CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR WINDSURFERS
Windsurfers are picky about their equipment. But there are some items that you can never have enough of or that will please every kind of sailor. Here are our top tips for making sure that whatever's under the tree this Christmas brings a smile to the face of your favorite windsurfer!
HOW MUCH HEAVY DOES 'HEAVY DUTY' PUT IN A MAST EXTENSION?
Quite often customers ask what specifically makes an HD mast extension Heavy Duty? That’s a good question, especially if you’re considering strength as a vital point and have perhaps already weighed up (pardon the pun!) the durability and performance advantages of carbon versus aluminium extensions?
Windsurf Mast Measurement
How are windsurf masts measured? This article explains the method, calculations and how the results should be interpreted.
Marcos Ruesch. The Man Behind Proteus Raceboard Design
With the release of Unifiber Proteus Raceboard, we caught with Marcos Ruesch, the main man behind the design, to ask a few questions about his path as a shaper.
Unifiber Proteus Raceboard Under The "Hood"
Marcos Ruesch shares how Proteus Raceboard came to be and highlights what makes it different from the rest of the fleet.
CARBON VS. ALUMINIUM MAST EXTENSIONS
Carbon extensions are roughly 2x the price of an aluminum extension. How do both compare and will the double price be worth it investing in carbon extensions?
Unifiber Welcomes Ben van der Steen
Unifiber is happy to welcome Ben van der Steen to the team!
Why you cannot blindly follow equipment specs
You perfectly rigged your gear according to the specs printed on the sail, but... still... the sail looks or feels... odd! Did you do something wrong?
This blog post will help you to understand this problem.
Windsurf Mast Joint Ferrules
Want to know more about intergrated mast ferules? How do they add performance to your rig and how do they contribute to the durability aspect?