Winner of the PWA indoor freestyle event in Warsaw.  Lift, LOT’S OF POP, short boom, high base, and straight profiled battens, lightweight! These were the requests from our freestylers.  To meet the requirements of the team a large Dacron panel was introduced into a four-batten construction, to create earlier planning and more pop in the sail. The straight profile in the top of the sail combined with a tight leech allows for super easy ducking of the sail and back winded tricks. No gimmicks has been invented or stitched onto the sail- The team requested the most functional freestyle sail possible with a slashed down weight to have no holds for pulling the fastest and highest moves.


  • Straight profile for throwing the sail into the wind
  • Loads of rotation along the mast sleeve for more pop
  • Tight cut leech for more stability and power during air time
  • Light build
  • Dacron panel next to mast sleeve giving extra profile to float more in the air
  • Straight cut base outline for better under the sails moves
  • Full Xply monofilm

What’s new

Together with Nicolas Akgazciyan, we decided to bring more power in the front of the sail.  by changing many parts i, which could bring this. The clew has been lowered further.  The boom length increased a few centimetres in order to have a slightly lower base and have more power in light winds. The base stays now cut even straighter to give total freedom when ducking.  The mast Dacron panel is now wider and displayed in a longer area along the mast: centred perfectly to contrast the push and weight of the rider to get the max stability and higher pop.  The sail has become a powerful toy, with high acceleration for to allow moves in between shorter distances, power in lighter winds and higher stability in stronger winds. The lighter construction is now available, after 2 years of true testing on the water to make sure that it would hold the biggest crashes. The construction being light, gave the chance to implement the Xply monofilm, (except for the window zone), allowing to bring the Slash also in waves, or to challenge harder crashes.

I’ve been freestyling many years and last year I won with the 2G version, the PWA indoor freestyle event in Warsaw. I realized the high potential of the sail I had in my hands, and after a whole season, I had exactly in mind what extra characteristics I wanted from it. On the 3g is all there. One of the reason of joining the Black Team and Point-7 was because I knew that the riders were followed and considered a 100% for the development. In this case, I had the opportunity to express the style of my experience directly on the Slash once again! Throw it, shake it, and make it dance!

Nicolas Akgazciyan


SizeLuff (+-2cm)MastComp. MastExtensionBoom (+-2cm)Vario TopBattents
4.0367340 rdm28150no4
4,4383370 rdm14153no4
4,8401370 rdm32158yes4
5,2410400 rdm12163no4
5.6419400 rdm20170no4

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