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Severne iQFoil FGO Junior Rig Package

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    The Starboard iQFoil has been selected as the 2024 Olympic Equipment, replacing the RS:X equipment after the 2020 Olympic Games. The iQFoil concept is the fruit of many years of windsurf foiling equipment development, but developing the equipment to running a successful Olympic Campaign are two very different stories. The story of our iQFoil proposal has, above all, been one of great teamwork with a common goal of making the future of windsurfing more exciting and sustainable for the generations to come.

    Package includes:
    • Severne FGO 5.0/6.0/7.0
    • Severne RDM Blue 430/460
    • Severne Go Boom 170-220
    • Severne Triple Extension
    • Severne Mast Base

    The Sail:
    The lightweight FGO 5m2, 6m2 and 7m2 sails with strong reinforcements in vital areas, cover a wide weight range, wind range and comes from Severne Sails’ world-leading development program.

    The FGO offers huge trimming range, excellent cam rotation and reinforcements in vital stress areas. The FGO works great on foil and fin.

    The U17 division can use the 5.0, 6.0 or 7.0 (up to two sizes) so depending on your weight and skill you will be able to choose the right sail size for you

    **Please note 5.0m special order**

    The Mast:
    Severne RDM Blue 430/460
    The lightweight RDM Blue mast has a 90% carbon content for extra durability and optimum reflex.

    The Boom:
    Severne Go Boom 170-220
    The boom is a V grip design aluminium monocoque design – perfect for smaller hands. 40% stiffer than a traditional round aluminium boom and with unmatched durability.

    The Extension:
    SDM Triple Extension
    Solid Aluminium tubes combined with triple pulleys for friction free high tension downhauling. Dyneema rope.

    The Base:
    Severne Mast Base
    Ergonomically shaped for easy tightening and un-tightening with a low profile, reducing the gap between the board and sail.

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