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Catálogo de productos Naish Windsurf temporada 2011. Representado en Argentina por ASG America - La agencia de comercialización especializada en deportes extremos.

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    Naish is a company of dedicated boardriders. We have a legacy that spans decades, from my father Rick, and master shaper Harold Iggy, to our product developers and team riders. We are surfers, windsurfers, stand-up paddlers, and kitesurfers. Our development base is Maui, Hawaii, but we are a global brand with a passionate following around the world.

    Our product range covers every conceivable wind and water condition. Regardless of your passion, be it stand-up paddling, windsurfing, kiteboarding, or all of the above, we have the gear to take your riding to the next level. We are not a fly-by-night company. We are proud of our products, and we stand behind them. You can be sure that when you ride a Naish, youre riding the best. Well see you on the water.

    Aloha,Robby Naish

    Dedicated

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    Windsurf BoardsWindsurf Board Selector 18 - 19

    Wave 20 - 21

    Koncept 22 - 23

    Freestyle 24 - 25

    Nitrix / Nitrix AST 26 - 27

    Grand Prix 28 - 29

    Kailua 30 - 31

    Windsurf Board Technology 32 - 33

    Windsurf SailsWindsurf Sail Selector 36 - 37

    Force 38 - 39

    Session 40 - 41

    Boxer 42 - 43

    Rally 44 - 45

    Indy 46 - 47

    Grand Prix Ltd. 48 - 49

    Ripper 50

    Scout SE 51

    Sail Technology 52 - 53

    Soft TechTravel Bags 64 - 65

    Harnesses 66 - 69

    Harness Technology 70 - 71

    Windsurfing Bags 72 - 73

    Windsurf RigsMasts 56 - 57

    Booms 58 - 59

    Extensions 60 - 61

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    WindsurfBoards

    WindsurfBoards

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  • Koncept70, 80, 90, 100, 110

    Universal wave

    Kailua120, 140, 160, 180, 230, 250 XR

    Schools/Recreational

    Freestyle75, 90, 100, 115

    Freestyle/Wave

    Windsurf BoardProduct Selector

    Nitrix/Nitrix AST105, 115, 125, 135, 145, 155

    Freeride Grand Prix80, 95, 110, 128, 135

    Slalom

    55, 64, 74, 80, 87Wave Core wave

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  • FeATureS: SandWiCh CaRbon KevlaR deCK/ SandWiCh biax GlaSS bottom G10 CnC FinS inClUdeS eCo boaRdbaG

    volume length Width Fin type Sail Range55 215 50 G10 CnC Wave 8.0 - US+ thruster set 5.5 2.2 - 4.2

    64 228 53 G10 CnC Wave 8.0 - US+ thruster set 5.5 3.0 - 5.0

    74 225 56 G10 CnC Wave 8.25 - US+ thruster set 5.5 3.4 - 5.3

    80 227 56 G10 CnC Wave 8.5 - US+ thruster set 6.5 3.7 - 5.7

    87 229 59 G10 CnC Wave 8.75 - US+ thruster set 6.5 4.2 - 6.2

    The ONLY dedicated production waveboard range in the world

    Wave

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    The boards deliver both the versatility of a single fin AND the loose, tighter on-the-face turning ability of multi-fin setups.

    Supplied with two fin setssingle center fin and our independently designed thrustersthe rider can customize his own board for his preferred riding style and/or the conditions of the day.

    The range also includes the revived Wave 55, a wave board small enough for youngsters and girls.

    Sizes: 55, 64, 74, 80, 87

    The Naish wave boards are developed directly by Robby Naish, along with riders like Kai Lenny and Julien Taboulet, who ride them every time they hit the waterno custom boards allowed.

    For 2011, a new rocker line is coupled with a single-concave midsection and v-tail section that flows into a continuously lifted tail kick behind the back foot strap.

    Softer rails in the nose and mid-area of the board, combined with thinner pinched rails at the tail, perform miracles on a wave.

  • volume length Width Fin type Sail Range70 231 55 Wave 23 - US 3.4 - 5.3

    80 234 58 Wave 23 - US 3.7 - 5.7

    90 236 61 Wave 25 + 28 - Power 4.0 - 6.0

    100 240 62 Wave 25 + 32 - Power 4.0 - 7.0

    110 244 64 Wave 28 + 36 - Power 4.2 - 7.5

    FeATureS: SandWiCh Wood ConStRUCtion inClUdeS eCo boaRdbaG

    The choice for maximum versatility: wave, freemove and flatwater sailing froma single board

    Koncept

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    The Naish Koncept fuses the best aspects of wave, bump and jump, and medium to high wind flatwater boards into a single product that can do it all.

    Fast, loose, early planing and easy jibing, the Koncept is thoroughly modern, yet draws from Naishs long experience developing all-around performers.

    Soft rails at the front and classic wave rails in the tail deliver excellent surfing and turning. Features like a

    compact outline and rocker plus a step rail to reduce rail volume, make it user friendly for all skill levels.

    The Koncept is offered in a range of sizes from 70 to 110. Most Koncepts include two fins that let the rider fine tune their board to different conditions and/or sailing styles, making it the ultimate one board solution for any windsurfer.

    Sizes: 70, 80, 90, 100, 110

  • volume length Width Fin type Sail Range75 223 56 G10 CnC FS 22 - US 2.6 - 4.5

    90 240 62 G10 CnC FS 22 - Power 3.7 - 6.0

    100 232 63 G10 CnC FS 22 - Power 4.2 - 6.5

    115 237 68 G10 CnC FS 25 - Power 4.5 - 7.0

    FeATureS: SandWiCh CaRbon 3d ConStRUCtion G10 CnC FinS inClUdeS eCo boaRdbaG

    Modern freestyleclassic

    Freestyle/Freestyle Wave

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    The Naish Freestyle is the ultimate trick board for both serious competition and making the most of flatwater conditions.

    This board features early planing ability, incredible acceleration, and a deck geometry that is ideal for modern skate-style maneuvers. It is also the perfect

    platform for riders exploring freestyle for the first time. Offered in four sizes so that riders can match the board to their weight and local conditions.

    Sizes: 75, 90, 100, 115

  • FeATureS: SandWiCh Wood & aSt ConStRUCtion SandWiCh ConStRUCtion inClUdeS eCo boaRdbaG aSt doeS not inClUde boaRdbaG

    volume length Width Fin type Sail Range105 244 64 36 - Power 4.5 - 7.0

    115 246 67 38 - Power 4.7 - 7.0

    125 250 69 40 - Power 5.0 - 7.0

    135 255 70 42 - Power 5.5 - 7.5

    145 260 74 44 - Power 5.5 - 8.8

    155 264 78 46 - Power 5.7 - 10.0

    Early planing, smooth acceleration, easy jibing and effortless speed the one board choice for endless possibilities

    Nitrix/Nitrix AST

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    Designed for easy freeride sailing and jibing, the Nitrix combines a slalom-oriented rocker line with a maneuver-friendly (rounder) outline.

    The result is a range of boards with a familiar feel that plane early and go fast - yet handle well in windy conditions. They offer jibing performance that until now was unheard of in this board class.

    The Nitrix is the optimum choice for riders looking for both the speed to burn on straightaways, AND stellar jibing characteristics.

    Versatile designs that work well with a wide range of sails, the Nitrix is the one board solution for freeride sailing in flat water.

    Sizes: 105, 115, 125, 135, 145, 155

  • FeATureS: SandWiCh CaRbon 3d ConStRUCtion G10 CnC FinS inClUdeS eCo boaRdbaG

    volume length Width Fin type Sail Range80 231 56 G10 CnC 28 - tuttle 4.5 - 6.5

    95 241 59 G10 CnC 32 - tuttle 5.2 - 7.0

    110 241 65 G10 CnC 38 - tuttle 5.8 - 7.6

    128 245 76 G10 CnC 44 - tuttle 6.4 - 8.2

    135 250 82 G10 CnC 48 - tuttle 6.4 - 10.0

    Ultra fast, easy-riding slalom boards for everybody

    Grand Prix

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    If you are looking for PWA slalom results then dont read any furtherour slalom range is designed to make YOU fastnot some 250 lb gorilla using a 10.0 meter sail in 25 knots of wind.

    Based on the philosophy that ultimately only a board that is easy to control, can go fastthe Naish Grand Prix delivers blistering speed, yet rides nearly effortlessly, even in rough water.

    The top slalom guys today are much taller and heavier then the average rider, so it was important to us to focus

    on a development program that favors our customers instead. The result is boards that simply perform better for everybody.

    Shaped by renowned slalom expert Richard Greene, the designs combine a top-speed oriented rocker line, tail cutouts that facilitate top speed due to the decreased surface area, and a shape flow that results in unbelievably easy jibing.

    Sizes: 80, 95, 110, 128, 135

  • FeATureS: aSa ConStRUCtion on 250 xR, 230 & 180 aSt ConStRUCtion on KailUa 160, 140 & 120 FUll tRaCtion eva deCK inteGRated noSe bUmPeR ComPoSite FinS allGaeUeR daGGeRboaRd on KailUa 250 xR, 230 & 180

    volume length Width Fin type Sail Range120 234 69 Kailua 22 > 6.0

    140 254 77 twin Kailua 32 Power > 7.0

    160 267 79 twin Kailua 32 Power > 8.0

    180 278 85 daggerboard + Kailua 22 deep tuttle > 10.0

    230 278 100 daggerboard + Kailua 22 deep tuttle > 10.0

    250 xR 319 89 daggerboard + Kailua 22 Power > 10.0

    Where windsurfing beginsKailua

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    The new extended Kailua line sets the standard for modern beginner boards. Stable, durable, and easy to handle, the Kailua range is also hard to outgrow.

    This ultimate school board range is both the ideal choice for beginner level sailors of all weights AND an excellent introduction to the world of planing.

    The classic Kailua 230 and 180 have retractable daggerboards to facilitate sailing at its most basic level.

    The Kailua 160 and 140 feature a short twin fin setup that adds stability and maneuverability, letting intermediate sailors experience planing without the more demanding feel of a big single fin.

    The Kailua Jr. 120 extends the same versatility to kids boards, taking junior sailors from their first steps as a wi