NEILPRYDE SPX70 RDM
70% carbon. Practically Indestructible.
Excellent reflex performance with unprecedented strength.
We balanced the lower carbon content with fiberglass prepreg layers in the lamination process to make this mast virtually indestructible! SPX65-mast-product-shot_1000x.
NEILPRYDE X-FS FORGED ALUMINIUM BOOM
TPX and SPX masts are finished using our unique, “Shark skin” surface texture layer. This low friction surface finish prevents wet materials from sticking to the mast surface and reduces friction.
MAST BEND CURVE
The NeilPryde mast range is designed following the Progressive Flex concept and so when used with a NeilPryde sail they have the correct shaping, twist and ability to remain stable in variable conditions.
All NeilPryde mast models of the same length will have the same bend curve. This means you are not limited to a particular mast model to match your sail. The curve will only differ across different mast lengths, regardless of the model (TPX100, SPX90-95, SPX65). Our shorter masts are close to ‘flex-top curve’ while longer masts are closer to ‘constant curve’ – this is why we call it the Progressive Flex.
The distance from the bottom of the mast to the boom is relatively constant between all mast lengths. On short masts the boom head is connected at a higher point than on longer masts. To compensate for much less ‘flexing length’ above the boom, short masts will have a softer top section compared to long ones as there is much more sail area above the boom that needs to be supported by the mast.
Since sails are designed around specific mast bend curves, we recommend using a NeilPryde mast with a NeilPryde sail as you will get the maximum performance out of your rig.
NEILPRYDE – A LEGACY ON AND OFF THE WATER
In both windsurf sail development as well as waterwear and accessories made for Wind-Watersports, NEILPRYDE has built a legacy over the past decades and continues to do so.
Grounded in a passion for Sailing, NEILPRYDE was founded by no one less than a man called Neil Pryde – a passionate Sailor, who founded his business developing yachting Sails.
At the beginning of the 1970s, he decided to shift his business and focus on manufacturing sails for the trendy and upcoming sport of Windsurfing. While at the start he still manufactured sails for other brands, he soon decided to start his own windsurf sails brand, which marked the beginning of NEILPRYDE Windsurfing.
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