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Continuous team testing revealed that how the boards are constructed (where and how much the boards ex) had almost as much influence on the performance and ‘feel’ as the actual design itself.

So considering the understanding on the performance shapes and the proven results in slalom competition 2019 from PWA to IFCA worlds (winer board), the focus of the testing team during the past winter was to test a variety of re-designed layups in all models, resulting in a range of slalom boards that were undoubtedly the best product any of the team had ever sailed!

The 2020 World Cup Slalom boards are split into three sectors: the high wind, the medium wind and the light wind. 2 models for each category that fit all the needs of our customers.


ModelVolumeLength / WidthWeight +-6%Box TypeFinsSail Range
WCSL 89 89 235×61 TBA Short Tuttle Box No Fin 4.7/7.0
WCSL 99 99 235×63 TBA Short Tuttle Box No Fin 5.4/7.8
WCSL 109 109 235×70 TBA Short Tuttle Box No Fin 6.3/8.6
WCSL 119 119 235×72 TBA Short Tuttle Box No Fin 7.0/9.0
WCSL 129 129 229×83 TBA Deep Tuttle Box / FOIL PROOF No Fin 7.8/9.8
WCSL 139 139 229×85 TBA Deep Tuttle Box / FOIL PROOF No Fin 8.4/10.5
  • Hi Wind – 89 and 99
    The 89 and 99 have their wide points slightly further forward and a straighter outline between the straps to help gybing and control when overpowered. They have an inline vee bottom shape in the tail and an increasing vee into the nose with a deep double concave for control and grip/stability in strong winds. The big improvement in the cut outs continue on 2020: they have a reduced wetted surface area next to the fin, a reduced wetted surface area in the width of the wings on the outside section of the cutouts, and the big performance jump came from what has been called the ‘V-Star Tail’. We took the V tail behind the fin at the last release point and started to play with how much we could take out toward the fin box depending on the board size. Less V-Star cut out for stronger winds and more for lighter winds. The results were fantastic; insane speeds and acceleration. The whole team was super happy with the results!


  • Medium Wind – 109 and 119
    For the 109 and 119 thanks to the work into the back foot rail we increased the comfort and also the acceleration at low and high speeds. A lot of work was also done with the entry of the rocker line, in terms of where the board is reacting in the front, to try to keep it very smooth on the releases and also on the back hand with the V-Star tail, which has an increased cut out compared to the smaller boards. The reduction of the wetted surface area next to the tuttle box and also the reduction of the size of the winglets on the side meant only one thing: excellent speed and a new level of acceleration


  • Light Wind – 129 and 139 (Foil Proof fin box)
    The World Cup Slalom 129 and 139 went through 2020. Control and stability increased on the water and this was achieved through their bottom shape. We have a V in the nose, with extremely deep and large concaves and a bigger inverted V in the tail. As with the other boards in the range, there is a reduction of the wetted surface area around the fin and particularly behind the fin with the revolutionary V-Star tail, which has the biggest cut out on these light wind boards.
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