Foil Wings - Fun on the land and in the water

Feel the power of the wind in your arms, play with it, experience full control in your hands and always discover new exciting places that were previously unreachable! 

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Foil Wings - Fun on the land and in the water

Feel the power of the wind in your arms, play with it, experience full control in your hands and always discover new exciting places that were previously unreachable! 

Take note of our buying guide!

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The Wing to the Hydrofoil Board

The Wing is a wing and looks similar to a windsurfing sail. The handling is intuitive. quick to learn and therefore also offers beginners action & fun on the board. In dangerous situations you can let go quickly, because in contrast to the kite you are not firmly connected to the Foil Wing, but only a safety line ("Leash") is used, which lets the Wing blow out without pressure when you let go of it. The Wing consists of the Fronttube, Middlestrut and the inner Bladdern. 

 A Wing is held standing on the board with the hand at the right angle into the wind. Through the correct alignment you gain a lot of your own influence and leeway and can thus intercept stronger gusts and effortlessly run upwind. The lower pull of a wing compared to a kite is compensated by the fact that the water resistance is significantly reduced, since you use the wing in conjunction with a foil under the board. Since the Wing is inflated like a kite, it has a small pack size, is easy to transport in the bag and super fast ready for use. It is therefore perfect for all athletes who are on the road a lot.  

Getting started with the Wing

 Before you go out on the water with the Wing for the first time, you can practice handling the Wing on land on a longboard and then on the water on a SUP. This is a big advantage over kitesurfing or windsurfing and cruising with Wing on land is even really fun.

What other accessories do I need for wingfoiling?

Besides Foil and Board you definitely need a Leash for Wing and Board. It is a matter of taste whether you use straight leashes or coiled leashes. They can be attached to the wrist or ankle or to a belt around the belly.

Especially recommended for beginners are impact protection vest and helmet .

As with all other water sports, you also need a temperature-adapted wetsuit and in the cold season also neoprene boots and if necessary also neoprenegloves.

Make sure your foil comes complete with protective sleeves and a carry bag. Some manufacturers offer complete sets, others require you to order the protective covers and the bag separately. We will be happy to advise you on this.

bag for a fixed foil board is also a useful accessory for your equipment.

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The Wing to the Hydrofoil Board

The Wing is a wing and looks similar to a windsurfing sail. The handling is intuitive. quick to learn and therefore also offers beginners action & fun on the board. In dangerous situations you can let go quickly, because in contrast to the kite you are not firmly connected to the Foil Wing, but only a safety line ("Leash") is used, which lets the Wing blow out without pressure when you let go of it. The Wing consists of the Fronttube, Middlestrut and the inner Bladdern. 

 A Wing is held standing on the board with the hand at the right angle into the wind. Through the correct alignment you gain a lot of your own influence and leeway and can thus intercept stronger gusts and effortlessly run upwind. The lower pull of a wing compared to a kite is compensated by the fact that the water resistance is significantly reduced, since you use the wing in conjunction with a foil under the board. Since the Wing is inflated like a kite, it has a small pack size, is easy to transport in the bag and super fast ready for use. It is therefore perfect for all athletes who are on the road a lot.  

Getting started with the Wing

 Before you go out on the water with the Wing for the first time, you can practice handling the Wing on land on a longboard and then on the water on a SUP. This is a big advantage over kitesurfing or windsurfing and cruising with Wing on land is even really fun.

What other accessories do I need for wingfoiling?

Besides Foil and Board you definitely need a Leash for Wing and Board. It is a matter of taste whether you use straight leashes or coiled leashes. They can be attached to the wrist or ankle or to a belt around the belly.

Especially recommended for beginners are impact protection vest and helmet .

As with all other water sports, you also need a temperature-adapted wetsuit and in the cold season also neoprene boots and if necessary also neoprenegloves.

Make sure your foil comes complete with protective sleeves and a carry bag. Some manufacturers offer complete sets, others require you to order the protective covers and the bag separately. We will be happy to advise you on this.

bag for a fixed foil board is also a useful accessory for your equipment.

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