|16th December 2010 04:54 PM|
Adj Harness Lines
I have 2 in stock if you want SB adj harness lines.
Contact us if you are in Malaysia/SG/Thailand.
|30th October 2010 02:31 PM|
Hum you right but this is the code to Order them : STSA10HLA16 2010 STARBOARD ADJUSTABLE HARNESS LINE - 16 CM. WEBBING TUBE
All the best
|30th October 2010 02:04 PM|
I cant seem to find the SB ones on this site ?
Or am I blind ?!
|26th October 2010 10:05 PM|
Anyone tried these out of taiwan? I'm curious if they hang straight down from the boom. I've had bad luck with dakine lines that are stiff and stick out from boom at angle. This makes it too easy to hook in accidentally.
The only lines I've tried that hang down neutrally are the adjustable sailwork with same cleat as the lines in the link above. I don't mind the flopping - prefer it actually to the ones that rigidly stick out.
|26th October 2010 06:43 AM|
Star-Board made one who is even more stronger with the same cleat, please contact your distributor
All the best
|25th October 2010 07:42 PM|
|Unregistered||I stopped using them after I broke two pairs !!!|
|16th October 2010 02:27 PM|
Rachel at The Windsurf Shop in Singapore sells them (or can get them).
The Sailworks ones are a bit girly and will "flop" about on the boom.
Remember to clean the sand out of the plastic tubes from time to time.
And whatever you spend, the canvas straps will still wear out and break.
Then you throw them away !
|14th October 2010 09:22 PM|
Hmmmm... What do you expect to get with the original Advanced Technology lines (from Mr. Ueda in Japan), that you will not get with the exact same device (the jamb cleat with the turning roller sheave in it) with the Sailworks version?
|14th October 2010 12:56 PM|
Advanced technology harness lines
Does anyone know where in the world to buy these HLines? I prefer to get the new ones not the Sailworks re badged.
japanese designed but I dont know Japanese to work the google