Banzai X Pro

Powerwave 4 Batten.

Marcilio by Sofie

Shielded.

Banzai X Pro
Powerwave 4 Batten

The 2019 Banzai X Pro is virtually the same sail as the Banzai Pro, except for its window material being X-Ply film with spectra yarn reinforcements for maximum durability.

The Banzai X Pro is for rougher days, riskier jumps, bolder experiments. It still feels at home in Hawaii, but this sail loves to travel, go places, get out and sail, for days, weeks or years.

Other than that this sail is holding tight to the same concept of a maximum modern, explosive power, technical performance wave sail.

Available in 3.15, 3.4, 3.7, 4.0, 4.2, 4.5, 4.7, 5.0, 5.3, 5.5, 5.7, 6.0, 6.3 square meters.

Available in Pro Scrim & X-Ply construction.

Available in blue & red or red & blue.

Banzai X Pro

Powerwave 4 Batten.

4.7 Squaremeter Model

Construction

Pro X-Ply & Scrim

X-Ply Window Panels. X-Ply offers the same weight and feel of a clear window construction. The difference is increased durability through improved tear resistance. X-Ply film reinforced with yarns is incredibly tear resistant, the perfect body panel material for people looking for maximum durability.

Scrim Body Panels. The colored Scrim material used in the main panels offers super strong durability, super light weight and a supple and alive feel throughout the sail.

Scrim Luff Panels. The new Scrim luff panels are making the sails feel super crisp and quick, while still being flexible. It’s simply a lighter feeling in the hands. The beautiful thing about Scrim is the general silkiness of the material, so much the opposite of the hardness associated with most laminates. The practical thing about Scrim is that it comes back to zero after being loaded. It stays the same. Whereas Dacron grows at various rates as you use it.

Features. Carbon Stretch Control, Poly Clew Titanium Clew Rings, Rip Stop Sleeve and a Molded Tack Fairing round off the peak quality package. Sleeve cut treatments as well as tack and foot reinforcements are now folded to increase durability and prevent edge fraying. A wide upper leech Marker reinforcement prevents breakdown of the leech in strong wind conditions such as Pozo, the Gorge and Omaezaki.

Banzai X Pro

Powerwave 4 Batten.

Marcilio by Paul

Specs

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Banzai X Pro

Powerwave 4 Batten.

4.7 Squaremeter Model

Banzai X Pro

Powerwave 4 Batten.

Marcilio by Sofie

Banzai X Pro

Powerwave 4 Batten.

4.7 Squaremeter Model

Banzai X Pro

Powerwave 4 Batten.

Marcilio by Sofie

Banzai X Pro

Powerwave 4 Batten.

Marcilio by Paul

Banzai X Pro

Powerwave 4 Batten.

Marcilio by Sofie

Reviews

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Banzai X Pro SKU UPC Model
Ofir, Israel  
Aug 13, 2018 

I got the Banzai X pro 5.5, it's an amazing sail with great performance but few things are not clear to me when it came to tuning:
The boom size according to the chart (also on the sail and the bag) is 170/157 but when I tuned my sail I needed to make the boom 176 (with mast ezzy skinny 400 and extension of 30), is it a mistake? should it be 175/170?

5.0 5.0 1 1 I got the Banzai X pro 5.5, it's an amazing sail with great performance but few things are not clear to me when it came to tuning:The boom size according to the chart (also on th Banzai X Pro
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Hugo, England  
Aug 15, 2017 

I have banzai for many years. And they still perform incredibly well. Would like to have seen the yellow and blue more for sale.

5.0 5.0 1 1 I got the Banzai X pro 5.5, it's an amazing sail with great performance but few things are not clear to me when it came to tuning: The boom size according to the chart (also on th Banzai X
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Corey, Auatralia  
Mar 27, 2017 

Our season is almost over now and we have had lots of great sailing all summer at Margaret River.
I am truly loving the Banzai X 5.7.
It is without a doubt the best sail I have ever used.
So good in fact I haven't even tried the brand new 5.7 Fringe I got at the same time yet.
Well done crew.

Corey, Australia  
Oct 31, 2016 

Sailed again yesterday in pretty solid wind with the 5.7 Banzai X (90kg kiters were out with 7m2 kites, no other windsurfers).

I really liked the stability at the top end of the and it was probably a real solid 22 knots which is quite a bit for a 5.7.

I am yet to see how it performs in the super-light wind but I'm sure it gunna be great given the performance of the previous ones.

And its truly good to see less pink in the sail mate.

I think adding the X-ply to the window is the one smart move.

Another one of the greatest things with the banzai is changing the clews while sailing.

This allows you go out through the current with the sail really full and then depower to ride or simply adjust the sail to changes in the wind.

Just like reefing down the sail of a yacht.

One thing that seems apparent on using the sails twice is that the X-ply window seem less likely to crease when rigging and un-rigging which will definitely help extend the life of the window and the sail.

5.0 5.0 1 1 I got the Banzai X pro 5.5, it's an amazing sail with great performance but few things are not clear to me when it came to tuning: The boom size according to the chart (also on th Banzai X

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