Omdat Francisco Goya ook gewoon houdt van hard gaan, komt het gelijknamige merk met de tweede generatie van haar raceboard Proton. Een compleet nieuwe shape, ontwikkeld voor maximale acceleratie, snelheid en vloeiende gijpen. Specifieke cut-outs per maat zorgen voor een optimale controle. De Proton is er in drie maten (96-116-136) waarvan de grootste twee foil ready zijn. Prijzen gaan van € 2145,- tot € 2345,-
We’re excited to introduce the brand new first ever dedicated Race board line by Goya Windsurfing. Approved by the PWA. Following the same principles that run deep with the brand, working day by day with a passionate team of athletes, designers and customers, the Proton celebrates the latest progression of what we consider the most fun sport on earth.
Gabriel Browne, PWA team rider: “The line has three sizes and is totally focussed on racing performance. We talk about winning races, wherever you want, no matter the condition. These three sizes cover any wind range. During testing on Maui we sailed in all different kinds of conditions, from heavy swells to flat speed places, strong onshore squalls to morning offshore breezes, and I’m absolutely happy with how these boards came out. The 96 is a strong wind machine, focussed on offering ultimate control and precise jibing, along with maximum speed. When racing in strong winds with the PWA we need something very easy and comfortable to handle, so that we can focus on our tactics. The 116 has a incredible wind range and suits sails from 6,5 to 8,5 perfectly. It is designed to be in the top level of efficiency and performance on any race course. The 136 is a light wind killer. With the wider tail shape this board planes intensely early and jibes like nothing else. The Proton range has been refined to the T of every detail, with rail shapes designed to deliver the best performance and control. The bottom shape is a pure slalom powerhouse, with every single millimeter dialed to make sure these boards are uber accurate. No compromise. The deck shape then allows the sailor a maximum level of comfort within the spectrum of the discipline of uncompromised racing.”