Surfline Munich 2010 and more Sailloft

January 8, 2010

Surfline Munich is a windsurf company in, you guessed it, Germany (you were probably thinking Munich, right). The company is owned and run by shaper Klaus Jocham. Klaus has been shaping boards for almost 3 decades. Most recently he was responsable for the board design at HiFly. As you know, HiFly no longer exists. Klaus is now selling the HiFly boards under the name of his new company. He was one of the first to build twinser boards. Long before it was mainstream. Many of the design have remained the same, but Klaus has been working on two new designs for 2010:

  • Move 95
  • Move 108

This brings the number of single fin freemove boards in his range to three. There are also boards for wave, freestyle, freestyle/wave and freerace. You can check the full range on the website.

I added the 2010 Sailloft sail range two days ago. Now I have updated their range with their masts and booms.

It’s very cold in the Netherlands at the moment. Can’t wait for the temperatures to rise again so we can start sailing. I guess we’ll need to keep surfing the internet for now.

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