The windsurfing board consists of a floating body, mostly from plastic, with a movable rig. This rig consists of a mast, sail and boom. This harness is attached to the board by means of a swivel in all directions and tilting mast foot. The rig is held upright by the surfer the boom in his hands. The surfer controls the surfboard used through the rig to move in a certain direction, then the pressure of the wind to rotate the board. By moving the sail back to the equilibrium point, the turn ends. Mast Foot Hole and mast track: The mast step is to cut your mast to attach the mast track to your sail a little more forward or backward on your board to move. Skeg skeg or Vin at the bottom of the mirror without the mirror fin would be running, so the board would deviate from its course. (Foldable) sword: The sword is a "shelf" that protrude through the surfboard. Without your sword, the wind blowing sideways in a direction contrary to the desired direction of travel. The sword is therefore to reduce drift, we call the sideways drift. The sword can all directions (except against the wind). The sword also makes sure that the surfboard used is more stable, so that your board is much less easily capsize. Capsizing is the same as overturning. The sword is the axis about your board running at tack. Tacking is when you are with the nose of your surfboard used to the wind turns. You pull your sail than other words on the mirror. It also works as in the jibe. Jibe when you bow your surfboard used turns away from the wind, then you sail with the wind increasing. It pull your sail over the bow. The skeg and the sword have a blunt and a sharp edge. The blunt edges are the sides that the water cut, the blunt edges point to the bow. The sharp edges pointing to the mirror. . . To continue the brand communication, "can be very good. It can be Pepsi. "Pepsi airs this week a promotion that will reward a consumer with the board surfboard used by global actor Cauã Reymond during the last commercial recordings of the mark. To participate, just follow the official profile of the brand on Twitter - @ PepsiBr - and answer the following question "Apart from surfing with the board of Cauã Reymond, what will you do next summer?" The answers can be sent until the day via Twitter April 8 and won the most creative part surfboard used by the leading man. The move reinforces the brand's relationship with its customers, offering new experiences, the main theme of his campaign launched at the end of last year. .