“The Ezzy kids rig is a simple and durable design. It is so light that kids become comfortable light wind sailors in the first hour or two. My own son Evan learned sail 360’s and duck jibes in light wind his first day!”

Choose The Right Quiver According to Your Child’s Age:
#1 Ages 5-8 #2 Ages 9-11
 
  • Design

    awww… that's so cute! I can't wait to get one for my little girl!

  • Yan

    Hi, I have the larger kids rig and will need even larger sails for my older son. Any suggestions? Plans for Superlite comeback?

  • Marcos Garciafernandez

    Hi!

    I would like to start teaching windsurf to may kid. He is eight years old son but only weight 24 kg.
    Wich size of kids rig do you recomend me for him????

    • Anonymous

      I’d go with the 2.0/2.5!

  • Аlexandr

    Добрый день.
    Я живу в России. Где можно купить 2.0&2.5?

  • James Brace

    one board- in need of that 1m rig next season when she’s a bit bigger!

  • DR

    Hi, I got the super-cute and useful 1.0/1.5 rig, only that my older kids (9 & 11 yrs old) wanna try it as well when the winds pick up a bit and they are of course taller than “specs”…We already have another a 2.5m sail at use. what would you recommend for trimming the boom higher by 20~30cm on the 1.0/1.5 set? any specific mast extension recommendation? Thx.

    • ezzysails

      thanks for the message. If you were to try to raise the kids rig height, the only way I can think of is to use an extension, and side the mast inside of the extension to rest on the pin height adjustment. This system used to work years ago before we developed dedicated RDM extensions.

      I’m not really a big fan of this idea. it seems to me that a better alternative is to consider getting a larger rig for your older kids. Have you had a look at the Chinook entry level rigs? Perhaps it is time to get a rig like the 4.0 listed here?
      http://www.chinooksailing.com/products/product_info.php?cPath=71_72&products_id=239

  • http://www.facebook.com/ivan.reyes.5245961 Ivan Reyes

    Could I have the size and weight of the package containing the kids rig? i ahve to kids 5 1/2 and 6 1/2 Waht size would you recommend? Thank you.

    • ezzysails

      thanks for asking Ivan. I would suggest the smaller rig pack, which is a 1.0 and 1.5 sail. There is one set of hardware, and two sails in the package. I don’t have the physical weights, but the kids rig is extremely light and feedback is fantastic. The rig has an aluminum mast, very small skinny grip aluminum boom, and two monofilm sails specifically built with profile and weight reduction in mind. Hope this helps!

  • Mike Boilard

    Our sons are now 7 and 8 and just started their 2nd windsurfing season. We own both kids rigs from Ezzy and it works very well for us… have a look: https://vimeo.com/67670716

  • Robert

    Hi, looking for the Ezzy kids rig for my two kids (boy: 5yrs 55 lb and girl: 8 yrs, 50 lb). Anybody has any used rig to sell? Either 1/1.5 or 2/2.5 would be fine. I would love to teach my kids how to windsurf this summer and Ezzy kids rig looks great! Thanks, Robert (Toronto)

  • Erik Meeder

    Hi.
    I have 2 girls, age 12,14. (4’10 and 5’2″). They are lightweights (75, 95 lbs) and not very strong. Will the 2.5 rig work or are the booms going to be too low.
    I need something very easy for them to learn on so that they stay motivated. Let me know if the boom heights will still be suitable.
    Thanks
    Erik

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