With the Sacs Strider 15, the Christian Grande studio, responsible for the style project, worked in stark contrast to the angular and laconic geometries often proposed in rubber dinghies. Indeed, it is the ribs, the air intakes underlined by LED lights, the organic and never redundant complexity of the lines, which are made by the vibration of indomitable energy that this boat wants to transmit.
Sacs Strider 15 – Exteriors
The feeling of balance and cohesion of the whole, therefore, is not achieved through excessive simplification, but rather through meticulous control of details, accents, materials. The forehand, more accentuated than before, characterises all the new sports hulls from Sacs, lengthening the waterline and improving performance. The new hard top floats on the cockpit, a precise yet soft mark, while the tubulars taper towards the bow, increasing the thrust of the side view.
Sacs Strider 15 – Interiors
Strider 15 was the progenitor of a range that later expanded to include sizes from 7 to 20 meters, maintaining a precise identity and an iconic style across the board. The new model, renewed in technical specifications and lines, re-proposes in a markedly contemporary key the decisive and dynamic character of its predecessor.