The Doyle Sails One Design group of experts boast some of the world’s leading sailors and sail designers, all with equally impressive lists of accomplishments and accolades across a wide variety of classes and events. We pride ourselves on working closely with our customers to engineer sails that are faster out of the bag and easy to trim and maintain their designed shape through a greater wind range.
Doyle’s J70 Main is a cross cut layout available in 5.5 oz or 6.6 oz hard tempered fabric. This M2 design was developed after the 2014 Newport Worlds to be a better all-purpose main that flattens easily when following the tuning matrix and still have enough power for the light air conditions that our M1 performed so well in. Our Main is the flattest on the market, making it more user friendly through the full range of conditions. The M2 comes standard with vision and spreader windows, RBS epoxy battens, rocket tensioners on each batten, and a drawstring roll bag.
After the arrival of the Selden mast, Doyle released the J8R design, which has a higher clew by 25 mm than our previous model to accommodate more mast rake and make in-hauling easier. We recommend the J8R for use with both the Selden mast and Southern Spars mast, making sure to increase headstay length to 145 cm or more. Our jibs are constructed from the lowest stretch woven pro-radial fabric available. Jud and Dimension Polyant created this cloth to spec for the purpose of the J70 jib. Doyle’s J8R comes standard with two vision windows and a drawstring PE Clear roll bag. The zipper luff and clew blocks are recommended available options.
Doyle One Design’s J70 Spinnaker is offered in either AIRX 650 or Superkote 75. We recommend the AIRX 650 fabric choice for all-purpose use, but the Superkote 75 choice has tested well in light and lumpy conditions. Our spinnaker comes standard with adjustable spectra luff cord and drawstring bag. Graphics on new white spinnakers are more economical and efficient than ever.
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