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Shred With the Best of Them With Windance’s Windsurfing Booms - They’re BOOM-TASTIC!!
Yo, what's up, windsurfers?! Windance is bringing you the freshest windsurfing booms, and we're pumped to share them with you. But first, let's talk about what windsurfing booms are.
Basically, the boom attaches to the mast and provides structural support for the windsurfing sail. They come in different lengths and materials so that you can choose the one that best suits your needs and skill level.
Windsurfing Booms For Sale - Choosing the Right One
Ahh, selecting the right windsurfing boom - it's a big decision! A boom is the part of your windsurfing setup that you hold onto while you're sailing, so it's important to choose one that's comfortable and fits your needs.
First up, we've got our classic aluminum booms which are perfect for the intermediate windsurfer looking for a solid, reliable boom at a decent price.
Next, we've got our carbon fiber booms. These are for the more experienced windsurfers out there who want the ultimate in lightweight performance. Trust us, you'll feel the difference when you're out on the water.
But wait, there's more! We have adjustable booms in all sizes, to cover every sail size in your quiver and in different grip diameters to fit your hands like a glove. And don’t forget that for convenience, two-piece booms can easily break down for travel.
Here Are a Few More Things to Consider When Selecting a Windsurfer Boom
- Material - Windsurfing booms can be made of different materials, such as aluminum or carbon fiber. Aluminum booms are generally less expensive, but they are also heavier and less stiff than carbon fiber booms. Carbon fiber booms are more expensive, but they are also lighter and more responsive.
- Length - Make sure the boom is the right size for your sail. If it's too short, it will not fit your sail. If it's too long, it will be unwieldy, hard to maneuver, and not tension the sail properly, causing poor performance.
- Grip Diameter - Windsurfing boom grips range in diameter from about 24.5mm to 29mm to accommodate different hand sizes and grip preferences. Smaller grips tend to be more comfortable for smaller hands.
- Price - Of course, price is always a factor when purchasing gear. Determine your budget and look for a boom that fits within it, but also remember that you get what you pay for. A cheaper boom may not have the same quality or features as a more expensive one.
- Brand - There are many different brands of windsurfing booms on the market, each with its own unique features and benefits. Do your research and choose a brand with a good reputation and a boom that fits your needs.
- Mast Size - Some windsurf booms are made to connect to skinny masts only and will not fit on a standard diameter mast while other booms are made to fit both standard diameter and skinny masts by using a shim or friction pad. Make sure to check your mast and get a boom that fits your rig.