149 € – 159 €
The world’s first packraft sail! The lightweight, inflatable AirSail propels your packraft forward and allows you to experience speed even when the water is calm. The sail expands the range of options for touring with the packraft. Only 466 grams and a small pack size
Another method to use a packraft is to sail it. The unique sail expands packrafting’s options significantly. It’s a terrific method to explore if you can move with the breeze. This convenient, transportable sail adds a lot of variety to the outings. The sail makes good use of the wind’s force, allowing it to create neutral propulsion not just with a tailwind but also with a crosswind of up to 50 degrees. It is used by packrafts to cross bigger lakes and other bodies of water. The ability to experience speed is no longer confined to flowing water.
- Weight: 466g
- Material: nylon, large transparent window made of robust TPU, polypropylene rope, hooks and connectors made of Molton, stiff and stable frame that can be inflated with a hand pump.
- Pack size: 15x25x10cm
Anfibio, founded by friends Marc Kreinacker and Sven Schellin, shares a passion for outdoor activities and water sports. Their mutual love for the outdoors led to a lasting friendship, and their interest in packrafting, combining ultralight hiking and paddling, inspired a community of like-minded adventurers. The brand name “Anfibio” reflects their commitment to versatile packrafting and their multifaceted roles as bloggers, specialist dealers, and packraft developers, incorporating Greek alphabet names into their product offerings for a unique touch.
Established in 2011 in Leipzig and Dresden, Anfibio empowers people to embark on land and water adventures while placing a strong emphasis on social and ecological responsibility. They prioritize human rights in their supply chains, advocate for nature protection, and maintain transparency in their actions and future plans. Guided by the United Nations Global Compact's ten principles, Anfibio supports sustainable corporate governance and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.