3 Cam Freerace Sail
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This season, the GS-R's little brother is once again outperforming its speed competitors. No other freerace sail combines the energetic performance of a slalom sail with the lightness, handling and comfort of a freerace sail.
The 3 Cam VECTOR stands out through effortless access to pure planning power, maximum acceleration and top speed.

Windsurf Sail Program Windsurf Sail Character

> 3 Cam High Performance Freeracer with above average planing and maximum control
> Wide, aerodynamic 3D mast sleeve with zip openings for easy camber adjustment
> Offset clew, inner eyelet for more control and handling, outer eyelet for more low wind performance
> 7/7 cross battens concept for maximum profile stability and aerodynamics, all battens are tube battens
> Tack Strap, regulates the downhaul tension and improves profile efficiency
> Airflow aligned battens and neoprene cover on boom cutout for even more aerodynamics

Equipped with 3 Roll-Cams rolls, 7 tube battens and the 3D wing sleeve, the VECTOR maintains its distinct, direct and pressure point stable slalom profile, while still being light in the hand. Even though it resembles a pure race sail, its handling abilities will create lighter and more comfortable ride.
Speed is king! That's why this year's update focused on the three smallest sizes. A slight change to the mast sleeve curve adds a bit more loose leech to the top. These sails now achieve a higher top speed and have a more consistent and harmonious acceleration.
As a tuning option, the two 7 cm offset clew eyelets are available on all sizes, which allow a specific influence on the twist behavior and response. An enormous wind range spreads out in front of you without changing the luff trim.
Equipped with the genes of the GS-R, the VECTOR embodies pure performance and competitiveness, combined with the ease of a Freerace Sail. The VECTOR is the perfect choice for speed enthusiasts, all levels of slalom pilots and match racers.


Cam Top IMCS Best Mast Mast
cm / Ø
5.0 164/171 408 7/7 3 fix 18-20 Expert/Select 400 RDM 599,-
5.6 176/182 422 7/7 3 fix 18-20 Expert/Select 400 RDM/SDM** 649,-
6.3 184/191 446 7/7 3 fix 20-22 Expert/Select 430 SDM/RDM** 669,-
7.1 197/204 456 7/7 3 fix 20-22 Expert/Select 430 SDM/RDM** 699,-
7.8 209/216 485 7/7 3 fix 24-26 Expert/Select 460 SDM 719,-
8.6 223/230 503 7/7 3 fix 28-30 Expert/Select 490 SDM 739,-
9.5 227/237 515 7/7 3 fix 28-30 Expert/Select 490 SDM 759,-

* Lower eyelet / Upper eyelet
** SDM bzw. RDM Camber Set necessary


A GUNSAILS windsurf sail is a combination of selected and high-quality materials, combined with years of experience and construction knowhow. Sail designer Renato Morlotti is responsible for the performance and quality of the sails. In his working environment he has optimised everything down to the smallest detail. Every piece of material in the sail is continuously improved in terms of durability and weight savings. Only a closer look reveals the quality, good manufacturing and durability of a GUNSAILS sail.


To ensure the functionality, easy handling and durability of our products, we have developed various features over the years and established them as our standard. The dedication and precision of our sail designer Renato Morlotti are once again evident in the individual details. An important factor that makes our quality possible and distinguishes us from other sail brands.


Test report windsurf sail test winner best sail

WINDNEWS JAN/FEB 2023 // VECTOR 6.3 2023

The Vector 2023 is the sail that the German sailmaker confirms again this year in its list of flatwater sails, ideal for those who want performance without too many complications and without taking out a loan for the eventual purchase. Gunsails have always been a symbol of great robustness and solidity at the expense of a certain lightness, but that doesn't seem to be the case with this sail. The materials used are robust in all the right places, but in many others there is a search for lightness.

In detail, the following stand out: the use of a lighter monofilm in the upper part of the sail, which is dyed to increase its durability under UV rays, the classic reinforcements in the lower part, in particular the protection of the batten that crosses the boom, and the fabric in the foot of the luff that touches the board's grip varnish both when hauling in and when sailing. A very robust material is used for the mast sleeve, which comes at the cost of greater lightness, but is sure to last and maintain high performance after many uses. The two race cams and the upper minicam turn perfectly, a classic feature of sails designed by master sailmaker Morlotti, and cause no problems when rigging the sail, you just need the right pressure at the point indicated by the FRED on the batten and that's it. We used the 6.3 specifically in medium to strong winds on a slalom board, but also wanted to try it on a windfoil slalom, as we felt the Vector's all-round philosophy should carry over to the new disciplines that are popping up everywhere. The possibility of rigging both the 6.3 and the 7.0 with the same 430 mast, which is hard to find nowadays in the product lists of the different manufacturers, makes us think that we can choose this sail for multiple uses and find great advantages, also for the wallet, especially for us Ligurians!

When windsurfing in slalom mode, the sail is powerful and manoeuvrable, very stable, the classic mast sleeve allows you to hold a sail in your hands that is not demanding, but at the same time fast and stable, with a pressure point that does not move back and forth even in the most demanding gusts. As mentioned before, when coming out of the gybe we appreciate the fluid rotation of the camber, which doesn't need any "kicking and punching" help to turn, and therefore allows us to focus on the manoeuvre, whether we need to learn it or perfect it.

The use of the Windfoil was a nice surprise, as in a wind of around 10-11 knots and with a VMG foil, this 6.3 lifted the set into the air without having to pump too hard, and maintained speed without any problems. The Vector was a big surprise, a sail for all budgets, but also for all experts.

Plus: Price/performance, easy trim, optimal torque, balanced, stable, overall performance, can be used for slalom with fin or foil.
Minus: A touch more physical in windy conditions

Testbericht Slalom Windsurf Segel Surf Magazin Wind Mag Planchemag

WIND MAG #442 // VECTOR 7.8 2022

DESIGN The Vector undergoes a cosmetic redistribution of its panels in 2022. The profile always remains stable with its 7 tube battens and 3 cams forming a distinct profile on a wide mast pocket. 2 spread eyelets offer a wide range of adjustment options. A strap on the luff allows you to accentuate the profile.

ON THE WATER The Vector is the big sister of the Exceed and has nothing to do with it in design or behaviour. The Vector has a high cloth tension (easily achieved without any torture) with a largely loose leech. The FRED marking allows a single adjustment of the luff tension without having to think much. Visually, it is more reminiscent of a race sail than a freeride sail, yet the 3-Camber Gunsails is not as physical as its looks might suggest. Right from the first planing, the 7.8 surprises with its easy handling. The take-off to planing is direct before you find yourself in a safe position of a rig that lays back and disappears from your hands. Impeccably balanced between the back and front hands, the XL profile requires no effort to achieve good acceleration with a kick and a good speed in this group. The Vector is more suited to windsurfers who prefer an aggressive sailing style without sacrificing a reasonable level of comfort. With its loose profile at the sail head, the Vector loves to go into the high speed range without changing its characteristics.

VERDICT Popular with a young audience for its accessibility and easy performance, the Vector will continue to impress us in 2022. Its unrivalled value for money allows novice racers to move up a gear without wrecking themselves. For a 3-camber sail, the Vector is one of the easiest and most affordable freerace sails in the range.

+ Power on demand, balanced, pressure point stable, performance, price
Lively acceleration for beginners

Testbericht Slalom Windsurf Segel Surf Magazin Wind Mag Planchemag


It bursts with energy

The Vector is a cross between a race and Freeride program with its wide mast pocket, 3 cambers and loose leech. It requires a higher tension, while the camber is very easy to place.

ON THE WATER: Compared to the Exceed, the Vector is much more edgy/electric in terms of planing (very good) and acceleration, with efficiency being more important than comfort or support: it gets more out of the rider. The pursuit of performance is its DNA; it is aimed at a more technical audience that wants to compete with harder, more technical and more powerful racing sails. The Vector simply means more physical effort in this group to close well in the wind, with a profile that pulls more (more tension) to accelerate more strongly. What does that mean for you? Superior peak performance thanks to good profile stability and strong leech work, which stabilizes the sail in the wind itself without stressing the back hand. It's just a bit more dry in acceleration and feel than most Freeride 2 Cambers: a big plus in the mid-range. In gusts, you sometimes wish for a bit more smoothness, despite the very good loose leech work. Then you switch to the lower, 8 cm further retracted eyelet to ease/reduce the pull of the back hand, soften the whole and get more into the planing. When jibing, the camber goes through well.

CONCLUSION: This easy-to-rig freerace is closer in DNA to a race sail (but lighter/maneuverable) than a freeride without camber, and generates power constantly. It's made to accelerate with stability and top speed for linear performance on all courses, from medium to maximum wind. It's worth the experience.

+ Stability, speed/acceleration, ease of rigging, range of use, price
More responsive in gusty winds

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