The NEW Prolimit Boom head is all new!
We have re-designed it to increase stiffness and hold, while improving ease of use and comfort.
1. The lever is all new and works with a Spectra rope loop which will last 10 times longer than the old rope system. The rope loop is hooked onto one of three rounded teeth on the lever and crosses a higher or lower hip on its way to the normal rope hook. This allows for specific mast diameter adjustments. This system replaces the rope and cleat adjustment found on other booms and is quicker, neater and lasts longer with no cleat slip to spoil your session. For those who prefer the traditional system, the cleat is still included in the design.
2. The Mastcup now has a higher collar and increased wall thickness which reduces flex and increases contact area with the mast.
3. The Skinny-adapter has increased sidewall strength andan improved inside surface.
The new Lever and Skinny-adapter are a modular design that can be retro-fitted onto 2010 booms. These parts can be ordered seperately. The new Boom head can be found on our old 2011 booms except the Titan and the Pro booms. These new features translate into a market leading product which will take your rig control to a new level.
1. The new V-grip aluminium boom tube is setting new standards in stifflness with smaller diameter. The tapered and ovalised inside section of the boom is more ergonomic than a circular section, giving you more time on the water and less wear on the palms.
Our Prolimit monocoque boomarms are carefully bended to give the best bendcurve for it's size.
Unique Individual Bendcurve! - UIC -
Wave sails are different from Freeride/slalom sails and Slalom/Race sails have a complete different profile and centre of
effort. Prolimit adapted this in the complete new boom range with the UIC bendcurve, giving each individual size boom
and different profile targeted at the bend curve of the sails the boom is build for.
A smaller size boom has a more Wave type bendcurve, having the deepest point of the boom more in front, while the
bigger size booms are slightly wider towards the back and the longest booms have the bendcurve way further to the back
with a wider endtail as well giving the racing sails also the space to breath and react their maximum speed.