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Pros & Cons

  • Modular "Configure Me" RDM & SDM Compatible High Performance Boom Head
  • HD means Heavy Duty due to extra wall thickness of the aluminium boom body adding stiffness and durability
  • High density EVA grip on the front arch for maximum abrasion resistence
  • Slightly wider tails for sizes 140 and 160 and considerably wider tails for 180 and 200 sizes. Avoids sail profile distortion when using modern sails.
  • Anodized tail for less corrosion and more durability
  • Performance bolts included
  • On average heavier than other aluminium booms

Windsurf Boom Specifications

Compare Product Construction Stiffness Grip Diameter Tube Wall Thickness Boom Tail Inner Width Weight +/- 6%
Aluminium 27mm HD Monocoque 140-190 Aluminium T8 **** 27 mm 2 mm 12 cm 2.671 kg
Aluminium 27mm HD Monocoque 160-210 Aluminium T8 **** 27 mm 2 mm 12 cm 2.811 kg
Aluminium 29mm HD Monocoque Tapered 180-230 Aluminium T8 **** 29 mm 1.6 mm 18 cm 3.351 kg
Aluminium 29mm HD Monocoque Tapered 200-250 Aluminium T8 **** 29 mm 1.6 mm 18 cm 3.591 kg

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FAQ

What does 1 Year Unconditional + 1 Year Conditional warranty cover?
Warranty is valid 2 years after date of purchase. When making a warranty claim in the first year the product is unconditionally warranted. When making a warranty claim in the 2nd year the product must have clearly suffered from a manufacturer error.
How tight should I screw on the performance bolts?
In most cases, the perfect tension is when the spacers just touch the boomhead's plastic on both sides. Taking into account manufacturing tolerances, this rule might not always work. Tighten the bolts firmly, but don't overdo it. When you notice any deformation of the plastic around the screw holes, don't tighten any further. Too loose and you might lose the nut while sailing. Too tight and you might damage the boomhead.