THE LEAST PHYSICAL YET MOST COMPETITIVE SLALOM SAIL OUT THERE
GUARANTEES AN IDEAL MIX OF MAXIMUM POWER AND FORWARD PULL WITHOUT LOOSING STABILITY / WIND-RANGE OR BECOMING SUPER PHYSICAL
THANKS TO THREE DIFFERENT, SIZE-DEPENDENT CONCEPTS EACH SAIL SIZE IS INDIVIDUALLY MATCHED TO THE WIND STRENGTH
ELIMINATES STRETCH AND DOESN´T ABSORB ANY WATER (DRY WEIGHT = WET WEIGHT).
MAKES THE WARP 20.19 ONE OF THE LIGHTEST SLALOM SAILS ON THE MARKET.
REDUCED WEIGHT DUE TO MINI PROTECTOR AND SUPER LIGTH IROCKET 2.0 BATTEN TENSIONER
LESS BLOW OUT / HINGE-EFFECT FOR MORE POWER AND MORE DIRECT ACCELERATION
AGAIN AND AGAIN CONFIRMED THROUGH MAGAZINE TESTS WORLDWIDE: THE BEST ROTATING CAMBER ON THE MARKET
DEVELOPED AND TESTED IN REAL RACING CONDITIONS ON THE COURSE AGAINST ALL COMPETITOR SAILS CONVINCED US THAT THE WARP 20.19 CAN BEAT ANYTHING OUT THERE.
The WARP 9.0LW won six of the seven eliminations in the 2015 racing season, making it the most successful slalom sail in PWA history. It was our first racing sail with a completely new, revolutionary profile concept called the NO COMPROMISE DESIGN. With extreme propulsion, boundless speed and a design intended for victory with no compromises, this is quite simply the ultimate World Cup racing sail. Thanks to the NO COMPROMISE DESIGN, the WARP 20.19 also possesses greater planing power and acceleration after start and gybe compared to other sails, without requiring more strength on the part of the rider. This gives riders greater strength reserves over the entire racecourse and allows them to concentrate on manoeuvring. Combined with the unrivalled effortlessness of camber rotation, this makes the WARP 20.19 the first choice for more than just World Cup riders.
More than three years of development went into the profile and design concept of the WARP 20.19, whose panel-based layout takes into account the wide range of factors influencing the rig. And the result is outstanding – with the NO COMPROMISE DESIGN, all WARP sails generate enormous propulsion and more acceleration at the start and after a gybe. The key characteristic is that this propulsion does not kick in abruptly and thus does not require lots of effort to absorb. Instead, the forward pull is much more controlled and effortless than other power slalom sails. This relieves strain on the rider, giving them strength reserves for the rest of the course, and allowing them to concentrate fully on the racing action. And with the correct luff and outhaul tension, the WARP performs across the entire wind range with the same trim.