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Replacement Pico Training Mainsail (BLUE) (6oz Cloth)

Product Code: 100843
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Price: £132.75 RRP: £147.50 Save: £14.75
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Rooster Replacement Sail for the Laser® Pico supplied folded.  This sail does not have battens, so it is ideal for wrapping around the mast.  If you want a more 'racey' sail - then the replacement race sail will be what you need. 

Please note : If you require the Sail Numbers in your order to be applied by Rooster, this can be done as an extra service and is a chargeable item. (Any sail and any configuration).

Please click here for the sail number service webpage.


Rooster parts are high quality replacements that perform the same function as the original part. They should not be confused with official parts bearing the Laser® registered trademark. They cannot be used if you are sailing at an Association event. However, they are perfect for social sailing, sailing schools, club sailing or training. Generally, there is a significant cost saving when purchasing Rooster parts.


Laser® is a registered trademark owned by Velum Limited and currently licensed for use in Europe to Laser Performance (Europe) Limited. Rooster Sailing Limited is fully independent of both Laser Performance (Europe) Limited and Velum Limited.

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  • Jason Wild, Whitstable, 12 July 2011
    I bought 8 of these last season for my sailing school, we use them all the time. Very pleased. They are well constructed, hard wearing and retaining their colour well. Will definately purchase again when replacements are required.
  • Kevin Fielding, Monkstown, 06 July 2011
    This sail is tremendous value for money. My kids have been unable to put a hole in it ... yet!