International 420

Winning sailors know that when boats are identical, sails become the major opportunity to gain a performance advantage. This is no different in the International 420 class. With years of development going into our latest range of 420 sails, Doyle can work with a range of sailor weights and breeze conditions.

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CM19
Mainsail, easy to trim, slightly flatter design. For sailors under 120 kg.

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CM22
Fuller design, hold more leech tension in breezy conditions.

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CJ22
This has a better groove to steer with a reduced angle of attack. This jib really helps with your height when trimmed firmly.

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CS22
The .6oz Spinnaker is easy to trim and has good power for the downwind legs.

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Andrew-Brown

Andrew Brown
Doyle Sails New Zealand
+64 27 222 5159
andrew.brown@doylesails.com

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Kyle Langford
Doyle Sails Gothenburg
+46 72 914 5144
kyle.langford@doylesails.com

Florian Raudaschl of Austria sails in the Finn class during a practice race ahead of the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games in Weymouth and Portland, southern England, July 28, 2012. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT YACHTING OLYMPICS)

Florian Raudaschl
Doyle Sails Austria
+43 6138 2333
florian.raudaschl@raudaschl.co.at

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Lindsay Smith
Doyle Sails Salem
+1 978-740-5950
lsmith@doylesails.com

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