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Old 07-23-2003
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I have never written a testimonial to any product until now. I have been using a new Airforce Blue Water Cruising Triradial Mainsail this summer and am excited to be able to tweak the adjustments and actually see a difference in the shape. The sail is impressive in its construction and sets absolutely beautifully. I highly recommend them and plan to purchase a new Genoa for next summer.
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Let us know how you like the gennie I am looking at a Geniker from Airforce.. Nice to have as much info as I can first..
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I have a new main this year from Airforce.
ITS great and guess what. Just finished our Spring racing series in 3rd place ( with a 32 year old wood cabin cruiser)
sure the vc17 treatment helps, but the main is the real force.
I also have a spinnaker, which is very nice.


Simple. compare apples with apples, and than go with AIrforce. I saved hundreds of dollars for an excellent sail.

Thorsten
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