Chinook’s two-bolt mast bases are two separate pieces, and include Chinook’s Quick Release Base Plate. This system makes it easy to pop off your mast base while leaving the low-profile plate assembly attached to your board. The plate means no more hand tightening your mast base before every session, and loosening it after. Ideal for couples who share gear, and enabling quick board/sail swaps, the Chinook Mechanical Universal 2-Bolt US windsurfing base means more time on the water!
– Quick release
– Proven design incorporates a built-in wrench for baseplate adjustment and a safety-lock mechanism
– The most dependable and easiest to use base available
– US Base Cup attachment to extension
MECHANICAL WINDSURFING BASE ADVANTAGES
– Easy rig attachment and separation from all angles, at all times. No need to turn a 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 mast bases.
– Not recommended for jumping.
The Chinook Mechanical Universal 2-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|
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!