• Lazy Jack/Bag

    Its name derives from the British sailors, which means lazy jack, but the meaning of the name does not describe it fully. It's main purpose is to protect the sails of weather and troubles, specifically from the sun and salt. It is Intended for non roll sails/system.
    They consist of a network of cordage which is rigged to a point on the mast and to a series of points on either side of the cover; these lines form a cradle which helps to guide the sail onto the cover(fixed on the boom) when it is lowered, reducing the crew needed to secure the sail. The length of the cover is supported by a batten, captured by a batten pocket internally on each side and loaded from the forward edge and the top closing section of the cover has a zip on the top.