> Luff 3,80m Leech 3,10m Foot 1,90m
> Premium Dimension Polyant® Storm Orange Dacron®
> Or Premium Dimension Polyant® White Dacron®
> Cross-cut panels design
> Strong offshore heavy weather construction
> Heavy duty bonded UV thread
> Triple-step zig-zag stitching
> Luff sleeve fastens over furled genoa
> Stainless Wichard® hanks
> Hank-On protective patches
> Clew stainless steel eyelet + strap
> Large corner reinforcing
> Sail bag
> Two year warranty
> Free shipping in Europe
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|Design & Sailcut||Cross-cut panels design|
|Sail Cloth||Premium Dimension Polyant® Storm Orange or white Dacron®|
|Cloth weight||Heavy 400g|
|Construction & Mounting||Offshore strong cross-cut heavy weather construction|
|Sailing style||Bluewater sailing, cruising, fast cruising, club racing|
|Production lead time||Three weeks|
|Guarantee||Two year warranty|
Horizon Sails Storm Jib for furler simply hoists over the top of a furled headsail. The furled headsail doesn’t need to be removed. This sleeve style storm jib goes over your furled jib or genoa. It can be hoisted with the spinnaker halyard or a spare jib halyard. This type of storm jib eliminates unfurling, dropping and stowing the roller furling genoa and provides many additional benefits over a conventional hank-on or luff tape storm jib sail. Hoisting over the roller furled sail results in much better sail shape than a conventional storm jib hanked onto a removable headstay or a partially furled sail and also prevents the rolled genoa from unfurling. The 3m² storm jib is built to withstand the worst of weather conditions. Whether cruising or racing offshore, no boat should be without this essential storm sail for heavy weather sailing. Reliable, efficient and build to suit every sailboat or catamaran, the storm jib is a irreplaceable piece of your safety equipment.
Delivery: We offer free shipping in Europe.
Guarantees: We offer two year guarantee as standard for all our sails against manufacture defects, fabric, thread and all original accessories installed on the sail.