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Founded in 1917, Bainbridge International is one of the longest established sailcloth manufacturers in the world, with almost a century's experience in developing and supplying the highest quality, highest performance materials to the marine industry.


AIRX-600N Silver 152cm

Bainbridge International harnessed years of experience in producing race winning spinnaker cloth with the latest manufacturing techniques to develop AIRX. Proven time after time, winning race after race - delivering unprecedented strength with performance and quality. All styles feature exceptional burst and tear strength, allowing lighter sails to be used in higher wind ranges.
  • AIRX-600N: 37gsm/0.86oz
  • Versatile for wide range of wind strengths
  • High tenacity 6.6 yarns in a high density construction delivering light sails in higher wind ranges
  • Double ripstop weave delivers exceptional burst & tear strength and reduces damage from rig contact & handling
  • Fabric bias specifically engineered by weight to match optimum sail design
  • High water repellency provides best physical performance and minimum sailing weight
  • High density weave constructions deliver extremely low porosity which generates maximum power
  • Elongation results make AIRX ideal for modern asymmetric sails using step-down construction
  • AIRX excels in dealing with higher loads created by these designs
  • Finish & elongation figures are complimentary across the whole range, ideal for strong, lightweight composite race applications
AIRX - the winners choice

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