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I nuovi Slalom di Simmer Style

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Simmer resenta ufficialmente le sue nuove tavole da Slalom shapate dalle sapienti mani di Aurelio Verdi, shaper con 20 anni di esperienza alle spalle e colui che ha creato negli ultimi 5 anni le tavole che più hanno vinto nel PWA Slalom: Simmer 3XS.

The carefully constructed rocker-line is crafted for the highest top speed possible and superb release under the foot. Each size features a unique rocker-line and  volume distribution. We have done extensive testing in all types of conditions in order to achieve the unique feeling with each of the sizes. They are extremely fast and remain controlled in all conditions. The dual step cut-away shapes reduces the water contact area while producing  the same lift, while the fin gains traction and the board locks on to its fin. Effectively the tail can handle all the power you can throw at it. Minimal drag for maximum speed, with maintained control.

3XS 96 – HIGH WIND
– V from tail to nose with a subtle double concave.
– Parallel outline with a rounded tail to make the boards really efficient.
– Deck concave more forward focused than other boards because the concave is in balance with the flat section of the rocker curve in the bottom.
– Deck concave for stiffness and added control.
– Due the to rocker line and deck concave the 96 has a longer rail in the water, which effectively makes the boards faster with more control.
– Less tail cut-out on the 96 L  to create a balanced lift in all conditions.

106 / 116 – MEDIUM WIND

– Progressive V-hull, with a climax of the V at the middle.
– Parallel rails in the middle of the outline for maximum speed and a narrow tail for smooth gibing and high top-end speed.
– Deck concave for stiffness and added control.
– The deck concave from the front foot.
– Less section of flat rocker compared to the 96 L, this means that the rails and the tail start to work earlier.
– Dual level cut-out in tail.
– Less surface in the water even thou the outline is wider outline for earlier planing.
– The cut-out also allow the rider transfer all the power possible into the tail without loosing control.

126 / 136 – LIGHT WIND

– Shorter and wider than the smaller sizes.
– Scoop line if flat from tail to front foot, then a smooth curve to the nose.
– V-shape begins at cut-outs with a climax at the center with a deep V.
– Extremely early planing.
– Small winger before back foot to help exit from gybes in full speed.
– Depp dual cut-out for water release.

 

CONSTRUCTION

 

This top quality and technologically advanced high-spec Biax Carbon, has a perfect weight to stiffness ratio as a result of its very fine weave and dynamic flex. For extreme stiffness the bottom  features 30 degree Bias Carbon and PVC sandwich and for strength the deck features 45 degree Bias Carbon with double PVC sandwich for durability. For optimal load distribution and durability the construction features a PVC stringer in the spine of the boards. The rails are re-enforced with direction carbon to create optimal stiffness to weight ratio. We have shaved off every possible gram using a thinner layer of brushed paint. The  artwork is applied with water-based tattoo stickers, very light-weight with beautiful bold colors. Even the non-slip has been reduced where it is not needed.

We also use a self regulating Goretex © Airvent which allows air to pass back and forth between the foam core and the exterior of the board, whilst being completely water proof. The double layer membrane of Goretex on either side of a rubber O-ring prevents pressure build up inside the board, minimizing the risk for de-lamination caused by over pressure inside the board.

2017 SCR from Simmer Style on Vimeo.

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Ciao a tutti, sono Fabio Calò (ITA-720), ho iniziato a fare windsurf all’età di 13 anni e da quel momento è diventata la mia più grande passione, la mia vita. Finiti gli studi universitari ho iniziato a lavorare in un negozio di windsurf a Torino, poi agente di commercio e nel 2006 è iniziata la mia grande avventura con la redazione di 4Windsurf e poi anche di 4Sup. Sono stato campione italiano Wave di windsurf nel 2013 e 2015, altri ottimi risultati agonistici gli ho ottenuti anche nel freestyle sia in Italia che in Europa. Dal 2017 sono il direttore di una delle scuole più importanti del Lago di Garda, il PierWindsurf. Trasmetto la mia passione con progetti dedicati ai giovani come il Progetto Serenity di Malcesine, e organizzo Wave Clinics nel periodo invernale. Vivo a Torbole sul Garda e respiro l’aria del windsurf 365 giorni all’anno.

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