The Eclipse X Pro has the same quality window film as the regular Eclipse Pro, equally UV protected and highly resistant to hard creases, with the addition of ultra strong Spectra yarns for added tear resistance in the rare occasion you pinch its outstanding base film.
All other performance features of the Eclipse X Pro are identical to the Eclipse Pro.
Pro Construction, X-Ply window & Scrim panels.
Available in 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. (*coming soon)
Available in Red & Fluo Yellow.
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Love this sail! Does everything I need it to. Good full bottom for power. Fairly fast and stable on the top end Extremely disappointed that it has been discontinued. Wish I had bought a full quiver of them.
My favorite by a mile. Controlable power when you need it and plenty of range. Swapped an entire quiver of other sails for these. A bit heavy, but performance advantage far outweighs it. Run these on Maui's north shore.
I just wanted to let you know that I finally had a chance to try my new 2013 Goya Eclipse Power Wave 6.8 sail for the first time. The sail performs remarkably well I must say. As Jason says, "this is a power generating sail." Isn't that the truth!! It feels that I have a magic turbo built into my board. I have never had a goya sail before, let alone having a sail perform like this before. Absolutely phenomenal!!
I'm using this sail on my new JP Magic Ride 111 Pro Edition that I just purchased. When the season started a month ago, I didn't want to take the Goya sail out just yet until I felt dialed into the Magic Ride, so I used my Severne Convert 6.7 sail for several sessions until I new the Magic Ride's performance statis. The board is amazing to me and plenty fast, but when I sailed the board with the Goya sail, that's when I noticed a huge difference in power. I love this sail!!!!
Looked windy when we arrived after noon. Decided to try the Goya Eclipse 5.7 since a friend kindly loned it to me for demo. Not the right sail size for our quiver at the moment but always wanted to try the Goyas. Easy to rig and well balanced on the water. Set it up for medium conditions and was surprised at the power this sail generates. The first hour was really light but I managed to plane a lot more than I thought I would. The wind kicked up a bit around 5:00 and I was nicely powered enough to make some duck jibes. Kinda cloudy afternoon and evening but still warm.
Enhorabuena por tus velas! Son las mejores que existen!
Saludos y buen viento! JMM
Keep up the great work Jason.! Loved your x-flex sails; the Eclipse is a perfect evolution of the design (or at least that's this sailors take on it). Light and almost punchy for the on-shore s#!t I sail, yet smooth and neutral when dialed. Damn nice sail, thanks.
Al final pude estrenar el equipo este pasado Domingo, en Ouistreham (Francia).
Es el spot que me queda mas cerca de Paris, a 2 horas 30 min en coche, y viendo que las condiciones de viento eran buenas no pude evitar la tentación J
Genial, disfrute de lo lindo con la tabla 116 y la vela 5,7 Eclipse, las mismas sensaciones que tuve en Hawaii!
Un abrazo, aloha, gracias por todo lo que haceis por este maravilloso deporte,
Thanks again for meeting with me last weekend, I quite enjoyed our chat
and can't stop telling everyone how you not only design and produce the best sails in the market...but are also a pleasure to speak with! I look
forward to saying hello agin to you in Maui this fall.
Salut team Goya
I promised you in our last exchange that I would give you my feed back on my Goya equipment.
I decided this year to change all my quiver for Goya sails (4.2+4.7 in guru + 5.3+5.7+6.2 in eclipse) + 2 goya boards quad 84+104L.
First of all, the sails. They are nice for sure but does correspond exactly to what I was expected: eclipse are powerfull and dynamic sails and the guru, good sails for strong winds. They seem to be very strong and when I rigg them, the material does not get "folded" as it was with my previous brand. So the sails after few trials stay in the same condition. When I fall down, the sails does not mark.It gives me confidence to try moves that I wouldn't have consider before....Jason has done a great job
I am looking forward to test the new 4.6 Banzaï as the program will more correspond to my weight (90kgs) compared to the former one.
Secondly the boards: ok the 84 L is what I expected, soft but nervous. My main surprise is the 104 L. Very stable but if you want to push it, it is very manoeuvrable for such a large board, It is still a wave board. The best combination is the 5.7 Eclipse with 104L or 4.7 guru and 84L for me.
I am convinced that Goya will become one of the most successfull brands in the coming years.
Keep in touch !
Pascal / Normandy
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