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Maui Sails Titan 7.5

Jun 17, 2009

Luff: 483 Boom: 222
Compared to last year’s MS-2 that it replaces, the Titan’s flatter profile and farther forward draft placement give it a slippery controlled ride at speed. With the longest boom in the test you can be sure that you’ll find a huge sweet spot that makes it easy to tap into the Titan 7.5’s ample power. It balances well and lets you cruise comfortably at speed, especially when matched with faster freeride boards that are directionally stable. It feels relatively light during transitions and the cams rotate cleanly. During jibes only the long boom lets you know you are on a big sail. It has a huge tuning range with the leech twisting off predictably. Downhauling also noticeably lowers the draft placement allowing it to fit comfortably on narrower slalom boards as the wind picks up. mauisails.com


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