> Yep, the "stap on" is one of those little things that you just end up
> loving. I wished all my sails had it, and it looks like they eventually
> will. I used to complain that the sailmakers were stingy with the cloth
> making the bag. You defintely don't want to stuff monofilm, and if it
> is windy or sandy, you dont want to unroll it. Add adverse or cold
> weather to the equasion, and you become pretty thankful.
The Aerotech sail bags are bomber...
Severne Sails has really stepped up their sail and bag program this year...
Quality is attention to detail and striving for excellence...and they
are really busting a move:
New Severne sail bags...
They have continued their impressive integrated mast pad from last year
and improved it by eliminating the neoprene fairing:
Leading edge technology...
Kevlar head protection...
Gorgeous , wrinkle-free foils...even my most anal, perfectionist, socks
screwed on tight/trains run on time customers are impressed...;-)
They won the World Wave championship and set the World Production speed
record...and Jesper Orth has been going off on the race course...
> Glenn has got me set straight now. I thought I was going to cut off
> that integrated mast pad out of frustration. All is good. The build
> quality on the Ezzys are impressive and there is a lot to love. I had a
> blast sailing them in the gorge and was impressed enough, I hated to
> give them back to the rental center at the end of my trip.