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March 06, 2007


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The WSH brand is/was owned by the KA Sails importer Jurg Schnorf. It is up in the air whether or not that company will continue selling accessories under the WSH brand, but I have heard that a new line of hardware is in the works that was to be built in the US.

The remaining US stock of WSH booms and hardware are sold by windsurfdeal.com - the booms are good quality and are manufactured by Autima in Taiwan and are identical to Gulftech, Epic, Gun Sails etc. and built in the same facility as big name brand booms.

I hope this helps,


So you're saying that the position of the tits is uncertain. Okay, we shall stand by. How are those KA Sails treating you?

Yep, upon furter investigation, there seems to be a rift between the Monsieur l'Importeur and whatever other stakeholders WSH has. However, there IS a line of new, US made hardware in the works.

KAs are just like any other sail, just better..


See you on the water soon!!

great equipmnt, coolest logo out there. is the world getting any better? changing, yes, but I miss this gifted company. / kahn

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