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WindPaddle Adventure Sail


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  • Our BEST SELLING sail intended for the serious sea-kayaker. This is the sail for expeditions on big water and will be pulling hard long after you are ready to head to shore. The "Adventure" will withstand any condition you throw at it.
  • The "Adventure" sail is built tough. The sturdy batten maintains sail shape in high wind conditions and allows for tight reaching, or sailing across and even slightly into the wind.
  • Target boat - Touring and Expedition boats 14 - 18 feet Target wind range - 5 - 30 knots (has seen 40+ knots!) Target paddler - intermediate to expert Off-wind sailing envelope - +180 degrees
  • Tech corner: Adventure Deployed diameter - 42" (106.7 cm.) Coiled/folded diameter - 15" (38.1 cm.) Sail area - 9.62 sq. ft. (0.8937 sq. m²) Weight - 13 oz. (0.37 kg.) Wind Range - 4-30+ knots of wind. (2-6 BFT)
  • All WindPaddle sails launch and fly from the on-deck position. It can be set up for instant self-launching either before sailing or while out on the water so there's no need to return to shore to launch your sail!
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Product Description

All WindPaddle sails connect to your existing desk hardware and are made with durability in mind. Made from rip-stop nylon sailcloth. The same material big sailing boat spinnakers are constructed of. The clear window allows for good visibility. Seams are triple-stitched and the perimeter batten is made of a virtually unbreakable composite material. Out in big winds on a large body of rough water is not where you want your equipment to fail. These sails will be pulling hard long after you are ready to head into shore. We stand behind our sails with the statement, "IF you can figure out a way to break it, we'll fix it for free."

Product Details

Color: Blue
  • Product Dimensions: 42 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004BJZ7MW
  • Item model number: WPA-B
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #226,538 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I put the cord behind my knees, and use the paddle to adjust tracking, very easy.
Wetfieldmike
I've used the WindPaddle with my 10-foot kayak about 15 times now, in all levels of wind, and it has worked even better than I hoped.
mdorsher
Very well designed and constructed, simple to use and the damn thing actually works, unlike all the others I have tried.
William Hinz

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Soloviajero on December 12, 2013
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
I really wanted to like this product. I carried it on or in my sea kayak in Puget Sound, the San Juan Islands in Washington, and the Gulf Islands in British Columbia for five months. Most recently, I had it on my kayak at Lake Powell in Utah and Arizona. In that time, I just couldn't find the ideal conditions needed to use it effectively. When I could get a strong enough wind to use it, I found I could generally paddle faster downwind than the sail could carry me. But when the wind was variable, I'd get it up and the wind would die or change direction. I spent most of my time folding and unfolding it. It would get caked with salt from seawater splashed and dried on the sail material while on deck. The see-through plastic yellowed after awhile. Eventually, I thought it was more trouble to bring it on long trips than it was worth. On really windy days where I would expect it to excel, the wind was either too gusty or too directionally variable to deal with, and I was afraid to use it. I haven't given up on it yet, but I think it's more of a toy than a tool, and you need very steady, stiff downwind conditions to make it worthwhile to deploy.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B Man on March 6, 2011
Color Name: Yellow Verified Purchase
Works well. It took a few tries to fold it the first time. Definetly need to practice folding on dry land before trying the fist time. Other then that, it's easy to use.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mdorsher on September 28, 2012
Color Name: Yellow Verified Purchase
I've used the WindPaddle with my 10-foot kayak about 15 times now, in all levels of wind, and it has worked even better than I hoped. It is more durable than I expected, showing no signs of wear or tear, and I don't baby it. I use it nearly every time I go out kayaking now. Before I would let the kayak sit on days with moderate to heavy wind. Now I look forward to using my kayak -- and WindPaddle -- on those days. I get a good workout paddling up-wind first, and then I use the WindPaddle to sail all the way "down" the lake, then store the WindPaddle on deck and paddle home. I can use the WindPaddle on a reach -- at up to a 90-degree angle to the wind -- by using my regular paddle as a rudder, but certainly there is no taking up wind like with a sailboat; that's still where the exercise comes in. Using the WindPaddle Adventure Sail (mid-weight model) is so fun and rewarding, I'm contemplating buying the large, canoe-size WindPaddle and using it with my canoe -- and for some really high-speed downwind sailing on my kayak on a windy day!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Vincent P. Domeraski on June 12, 2013
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
It isn't cheap in any sense, but I'm glad I bought it. When the wind is right you get the workout and the serenity that kayaks offer. Paddle out and sail back is a good deal.
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By Michael A Dutton on July 6, 2014
Color Name: Yellow Verified Purchase
Shipped quickly, exactly as described.
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By jeepster54 on June 24, 2014
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
I feel like this is a good product but I do not see $140 value. The sail is mainly for down wind or up to 20 degree but the further you go to the side of the wind the harder it is to steer in that direction. The wind is always trying to push your hull into the down wind direction. It is very easy to get set up and deploy and works pretty well although you have to be in a 15 mph plus wind to get you up to a speed you could paddle. I would recommend this sail if you can find it for around $110.
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Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
You will be the envy of all your kayaking friends, as long as there is a little wind at your back. 4 stars because it is a little tricky to stow when your on the water.
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By RParker on November 19, 2013
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
Nice but not as well made as I thought it would be from the descriptions. Seems a litlle flimsy for the price.
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