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Chinook Powerglide Windsurf Rig 6.5M

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Sail Material:
  • X-Ply
  • Recreational
  • Freeride
Low Clew Grommet: No
Boom Material: Aluminum Alloy
Boom Diameter:
  • 1 1/8in
Mast Material: Epoxy
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Chinook Powerglide Windsurf Rig 6.5M

Performance, durability, and light-weight built into one sail. Majority of X-ply material combined with Dacron is very light yet extremely durable. Endo-batten seam shaping helps to create a powerful sail that is tunable with screw-adjusting batten tensioners. Designed for demanding recreational sailors. Size: 6.5, Luff: 462.

Rig Includes:
  • Chinook Easy Uphaul
  • Chinook Aluminum Extension Medium 28cm
  • Chinook Mast Base 1 Bolt Tendon
  • Chinook Epoxy Mast 460
  • Chinook Powerglide Windsurf Sail 6.5M 197-200m 46
  • Chinook Competition Slalom Boom 152-214


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Chinook Powerglide Windsurf Rig 6.5M
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Bob R asked: I have a Bic ACE-TEC 12 foot crossover type SUP/Windsurfer and I am considering the Chinook Powerglide Windsurf Rig 6.5M. I need a little larger sail than my current Bic 5.5M rig. What is your opinion on using the Powerglide for an optional sail? Thank you very much.
Bob Roach
Jun 22, 2014
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Ricardo B: I purchase this rig in 2013.
I use my 6.5M rig with both a Bic ace-tec 10'6 sup/WS combo as well as for a stand alone Starboard Rio windsurf. I've been very please with the setup and it has become my go to rig (I.e. Don't use my bic rig anymore). The rig is as light if not lighter than the Bic system and the extra boost of the sail for wind pick up is always appreciated. Chinook does very high quality products. I would definitely recommend this system if you're a beginner to intermediate rider.
Jun 23, 2014
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Sean K: I'm sorry but I'm not qualified to answer. I'm a beginner with three sails: 3.0M sail (for the kids), 4.5M one for me usually and the 6.5 M. I have a huge board 215 or 225 liters so the 6.5M sail works for me when the wind isn't too strong but I usually opt for the smaller 4.5M. The equipement is great and easy to use (for what it is worth). Sorry I can't be more helpful. Jun 23, 2014
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Bob R: Thanks Victor. I sail regularly on a calm bay where the wind seldom exceeds 10 mph so I think a larger sail will be ok for my limited ability at 67 years old, 200 lbs and 6'2" tall. ?? Jun 23, 2014
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Victor R: A 6.5M sail is a big sail, however, only you know your own strength and ability. I like Chinook equipment. It can take some punishment, along with the operator, and keep on going. Jun 23, 2014
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Bob R: Thank you, Ricardo, very much for your answer and I appreciate your valuable opinion. Kind regards, Bob Jun 23, 2014
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Martin E: I LIKE
Jun 24, 2014
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Bob R: Thank you Sean, I appreciate your comments. Jun 23, 2014
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Bob R: Thank you Martin Jun 27, 2014
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