Chinook’s one-bolt windsurfing mast bases are a single piece of hardware that twists and tightens down onto your mast track.
MECHANICAL WINDSURFING BASE ADVANTAGES
– Mechanical joint makes attaching and separating a sail from a board easy from all angles, at all times. No need to turn the board on its side.
– Provides instant drive to race boards
– Very low to the deck
MECHANICAL WINDSURFING BASE DISADVANTAGES
– Stiffer ride in chop compared to tendon or rubber bases.
– Not recommended for jumping
The Chinook Mechanical Universal 1-Bolt U.S. windsurfing mast base is compatible with all U.S. extensions, including the Chinook extensions displayed below.
|Chinook Windsurfing Skinny Carbon Mast Extension US|
|Chinook Windsurfing Carbon Mast US Extension SDM|
|Chinook Windsurfing Skinny Aluminum Mast Extension US|
|Chinook Windsurfing Aluminum Mast US Extension SDM|
WHICH MAST BASE IS BEST?
1-Bolt or two? Tendon, rubber or mechanical joint? Euro-Pin or U.S. Cup? Find side-by-side comparisons of each windsurfing mast base system in this mast base guide. Pros, cons, and who benefits most from each — it’s all there!