Jun 20, 2009
Luff: 442 Boom: 180
Francisco Goya’s well-rounded personal sailing style shows up in the Goya W3D as it exhibits the power to work well in bump-and-jump conditions while still depowering for a neutral feel on a wave or in a freestyle move. This on-off ability comes from a good amount of elasticity that might not be the choice of full-blown racing types. The W3D is best left in the hands of riders that will use its superb control and balance to ride waves or style-out transitions. Following the screen-printed guide, it tunes the way any advanced rider would want with small adjustments, making notable changes to the sail’s feel. At minimum downhaul the high draft gives even the biggest power-hungry riders a sense of balance, while the max setting lowers the pull and greatly lightens the feel of the rig.