The Nexus Pro, an all-around masterpiece, is RDM/SDM compatible on all sizes and puts its number one priority on pure and simple fun. It is the best sail choice for power, speed and maneuvers in conditions ranging from flat water to bump and jump, and a touch of surf.
The heart and soul of freeride windsurfing is realized in the Nexus Pro. Excellent low-end power, stability and easy control, blazing speed, big jumps and hard carving maneuvers, the Nexus Pro will deliver beautifully on all of the above. The light, easy handling of the Nexus Pro makes light wind sailing more fun and also makes powered up sailing more comfortable. Smaller sizes of the Nexus Pro are now cut with higher foots for tight maneuvering, and larger sizes are cut more for low-end power and speed. The Nexus Pro transforms to suit the conditions. Built to last, it features our all of our finest construction details for a long life in real world conditions.
The Nexus Pro continues to be a tester and customer favorite year in and year out, and the 2020 design continues to push the core concept of pure fun, performance and quality in a fun, freeride design.
Pro Construction, Monofilm & Scrim.
Available in 4.9, 5.4, 5.9, 6.4, 6.9, 7.4 square meters.
Available in orange & blue.
Pro Monofilm & Scrim
Monofilm Window Panels. Monofilm offers crystal clear optics, light weight and a crisp direct feel.
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.
X-Ply Luff Panels. Delivering just the right blend between elasticity needed for a luff panel and crispness needed for a sail that’s supposed to go extra fast and extra stable.
Features. Carbon Stretch Control, Titanium Clew Ring, 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.