2011 Infinity


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Color Choices:
Red | Green | Blue

 

Power. Range. Compatibility.
The 2011 twin-cam Infinity has a deep, draft forward profile that gently pulls you up and onto a plane without pumping.
Since the Infinity has a massive wind range, you can easily jump one meter increments between sail sizes, which means fewer sails in your quiver.
There is no need to purchase a new mast because the Infinity will rig on any mast made within the past 20 years. It fits great on RDM and standard diameter masts.

Strong and light.
The Technora® and Tri-Lite materials used in the Infinity are much lighter than monofilm and will last many years longer.

Easy to tune.
Thanks to the color coded downhaul marks and the color coded outhaul cords, making the sail’s huge wind range easy to navigate.

You’re not the first to rig it.
Our quality is guaranteed because we rig every sail in our factory before it’s shipped.

Unmatched customer service.
We take our customers as seriously as we do our sails.
Email us ([email protected]) and you will get a personal response within 12 hours.

 

Note on Masts:
Ezzy Sails work great with the Ezzy Mast system, but also work with a variety of other brand masts (RDM and regular diameter). You could contact your mast maker and see if the bend of your non-Ezzy mast is compliant.

Ezzy mast bend curves are tip: 75% to 79% and base: 62% to 65%

Note: this is not carbon content. This is percentage bend relative to the midpoint bend.

For further info on Ezzy Mast sizing, please refer to our Mast Configurator Tool

 

EZZY QUICK TIPS

Video 1.
Setting the Cambers for the Ezzy Infinity

Video 2. Adjusting the headstrap on Ezzy SE, Freeride, and Infinity
Sails.

Video 3. Threading your downhaul:

 

2011 Infinity
Min
Luff
Max
Luff
Boom
Boom
Suggested Mast
No. of
No. of
Size (sq.m.)
cm
cm
Min
Max
Battens
Cams
6.0
455
457
187
193
430/25/21
6
2
6.5
468
470
196
202
460/25/25
6
2
7.0
478
481
204
211
460/25/25
7
2
7.5
488
492
212
219
460/25/25
7
2
8.5
507
509
227
234
490/26/29
7
2
9.5
514
517
244
251
490/26/29
7
2

 

Instructions For Custom Fitting Ezzy Cams To Your Mast

The Ezzy Cam System will fit any mast. Before rigging for the first time, follow steps 1 through 6 to learn how to find the correct cam and cam pocket for your mast.

**Note to Ezzy Skinny Mast owners: You do not need to measure your mast diameter. We have listed the correct Cam and Cam Pocket combinations in the chart at the bottom of this page.


DEFINITIONS
Cam:
Red plastic camber inducers, which sit inside the luff sleeve, behind your mast. The cams come in three sizes which are marked: “Standard”, “Medium” and “Skinny”.

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Cam Pocket:
A spacer made of sailcloth. The arms of the cam fit into the cam pocket. There are 9 different sizes of cam pockets, marked “A” to “I”. Having the correct length cam pocket allows you to set the right amount of sleeve tension for the sail at the cam. If the mast sleeve at the cam is too loose you would change to a shorter cam pocket. If the mast sleeve is too tight you use a longer cam pocket (see the bottom two diagrams on the back page).

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Note: In addition to the cams and cam pockets that are in your sail, you will find an assortment of cams, cam pockets and a measuring ruler in the velcro pouch of your sail bag.Step 1.

Lay your sail on the ground and open the velcro slots that are located in the sleeve at each cam. Notice how the arms of the cam and the cam pocket go on either side of the batten stopper (this will be important to know when it comes time to reinsert the cams back into the sail).

Remove BOTH cams AND cam pockets from the sail.


Step 2.

To find where your cams will sit on your mast: check the luff length that is printed on the foot of your sail.

Adjust your base extension to this amount.

Then, line up your mast beside the luff sleeve.

With your extension inserted into the mast, make sure the cleat is even with the bottom of the sail.


Step 3.

Use the included ruler to measure your mast’s circumference at both cam locations.

Step 4.

Refer to the charts below and locate your circumference measurement. Read the letter below the number. This letter is the cam pocket you require. The correct cam is listed on the right-hand column on the same row as the cam pocket letter. Example: If the mast circumference at your upper cam position is 14.0, you would look at the chart labeled “UPPER CAM” and find “14″ along the top of the chart, then under the 14, the chart indicates you would use pocket “F” and looking all the way to the right we see the cam marked “MEDIUM”. If the circumference at the lower cam measures 16.5, you would refer to the chart
labeled “LOWER CAM” use pocket “D” and the cam marked “STANDARD”.


Step 5.


Once the correct cam pocket is found, insert the cam arms into each side of the cam pocket.

Step 6.

Insert the cam and cam pocket into the sail by holding the guide flaps and sliding the cam arm into the openings on either side of the batten stopper.

Push the cam all the way until it is fully seated in the sail.

Your cams are now set and you are ready to rig your sail. Note: If you ever get a new mast with a different diameter, you will need to follow the above instructions again in order to fit the cams properly.

How to tell if your cam pockets are the correct length:

**For more information email us at [email protected].

 

Pulley System

Our removable, 316 stainless steel tack pulley can be replaced with our 316 stainless D-ring for those who prefer a grommet with a pulley hook.

Cam System
The Infinity’s removable and user-friendly cam system fits any mast made within the past 15 years, including RDM masts.

Our colored outhaul makes rigging easy

 

My wife and I have been riding Ezzy for a couple of years and love our sails, We have Panthers sails from 4.2 to 5.8.

I recently buy a new Infinity 2011 6.5 after testing many other cams sails I can tell sailing an Infinity is a great difference.

The first thing I noticed is that the sails rigs very easy, I just followed instructions and Dave’s video and rig the sail is just a few minutes. I like the part that it rigs perfectly on the RDMs and that are not very demanding on downhaul compares to others brands.

On the water the 6.5 feels very light, and in terms of power, on my first day I was planning on a 105 lt slalom board on just 14-15knt of wind and I am 175lb. The sails feels very stable, I was able to control the board and sail without issues, on other sails I was having hard time looking for a correct stance to control my board.

During transitions, the cams were rotating quick and easy.

Jose Pla and Itziar Colon – Puerto Rico

 

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