Based on the 2018 Fusion HD design, the new X:Move HD offers a flavor for every taste. Sitting right between the wave and freeride programs. More stable and more drive than a traditional wave sail, while lighter, more maneuverable and playful in the waves or in the air than a freeride sail. Use anywhere, in any wind strength, on any water condition: learn the basics, jump, catch a wave, or get into freeride mode. With forgiving handling and full HD construction.

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  • One mast and boom fits all sizes. (430 Mast/ 160 Boom)
  • Size-specific foot angle: Low in big sizes. High in small sizes.
  • Rod Battens on all sizes for durability making X:Move suitable for use even in moderate wave conditions.
  • Light and forgiving trough moderate skin tension and rider-focused center of effort.

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The X:Move HD is built using classic industry standard sail construction, leaving out some of the premium features of our CORE:Series of sails, but with the full heritage of Neilpryde's design knowledge going into the shapes. This allows us not to compromise on performance but to bring a more accessible sail to the market.

We put a lot of effort into the development of this new sail and the entire X:Series, that's why we are convinced that they will work perfectly for years to come.

The X:Move HD has a progressive aspect ratio with a short boom, small foot area and flat batten profile in small sizes, while in the bigger sizes, increased boom length provides necessary drive in light winds. It suits any kind of conditions from flat water to waves. The right call for traveling due to its versatile usage. Suitable for freewave / free-move and freestyle wave boards.

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Watch the??X:Move in Action


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Weight/KG (HD)



Ideal Mast

Top Finishing


5.3 419 173 20/2 3.63 5 0 400/430 Vario Top BXSA46XMH004053
5.7 433 183 34/4 3.75 5 0
Fixed Head
6.2 444 191 14
5 0 430
Fixed Head
6.7 459 199 30
5 0 430 Fixed Head BXSA46XMH004067

* When 2 options are given for masts, the first option is the size we recommend for most sailors.