BANK'S SAILS 525 PRICE SHEET
CROSS Performance Dacron
Two top full battens
1 Set of Reef points
add $ 74
Bank's premier 6.6 oz Dacron, Cross cut with:
top two battens full length, loose foot,
cunningham, insignia and numbers,
draft stripe and roll bag.
Tri Radial Checkmate Dimension Mylar
155% All purpose #1
Dimension DXP120/DX060 Mylar:
This sail is the true workhorse for the 525. Ideal wind range is 5
to 15 knots true.
Price includes: numbers, tell tail window,
draft stripe and choice of regular or roll bag.
Tri Radial Checkmate Dimension Kevlar
155% Light #1
Dimension SP05 Kevlar:
This sail is designed for optimal performance in those sticky 5 knots
true wind and under days.
Maximum recommended wind for this sail is 10-12 knots apparent.
Price includes: numbers, draft stripe,
spreader and stanchion patches, and choice of regular
or roll bag.
Tri Radial DXPP120 Mylar
98% Full battened #3
Dimension DXPP120 Taffeta Mylar (Dacron Backed)
This sail is designed after the S-20 fully battened blade. Two full
battens allow for superior pointing, less flogging, and wider up-wind groove.
This is a proven weapon in the S20 fleet, you can out tack your competition
that use the standard 110% Jib with ease!
Price includes: battens, tell tail window,
and sail bag.
.6 oz, 30/20
.75 oz, Airex Nylon S-2000
.75 oz, Stblkote Nylon S-2000
Bank's Series 2000 are all Tri-Radial designs:
The .6 oz is designed with big shoulders for maximum projection for
running and light air reaching, < 80 degrees apparent wind angle.
The .75 oz chutes are designed as all purpose for running and reaching.
You have a choice of two .75 oz fabrics:
Airex is the choice of the Santana-20, J24 and similar
classes due to its firm finish, and less porosity.
Stable cote is used by PHRF Racers and costs a little
Banks Sail's secret weapon is Chris Winnard. Besides being an outstanding
sail maker he is also the 3 time National Champion on the Santana-20 circuit.
Remember that the S-525 was designed to be the same as the S-20 but on
serious steroids. He's mastered the requirements for the rig on the S-20
and now he's more than serious on competing in the S-525 circuit. If you're
at the Nationals next year, look out, Chris plans to be there to compete
and share his experience in rigging and tuning the Santanas. If you
want to contact Chris, use the link below.
Remember to contact Bank's for current pricing and possible discounts,
Prices above do not include sails tax or shipping.