Wingsurf boards

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  1. Pocket Air & Poison
    Tabou Pocket Air & Poison

    As low as €2,599.00

    Tabou
  2. Falcon Carbon & Hybrid
    Aztron Falcon Carbon & Hybrid
    €1,599.00
    Aztron
  3. Sky Wing
    Fanatic Sky Wing
    €1,449.00
    Fanatic
  4. Falcon surf/wing/sup
    Aztron Falcon surf/wing/sup
    €799.99
    Aztron
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    Tabou Pocket Air 2021
    €1,199.00 Regular Price €1,699.00
    Tabou
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    F-One Rocket Wing ASC 2021
    €999.00
    F-One
  7. Rocket Air DTU
    F-One Rocket Air DTU
    €789.00
    F-One
  8. Seek Foil Board
    North Seek Foil Board
    €1,499.00
    North
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    Fanatic Sky SUP Foil
    €1,499.00
    Fanatic
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    Fanatic Sky Air Prem.
    €1,249.00
    Fanatic
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    Starboard Foil X Wing Wood '21
    €1,849.00 Regular Price €2,299.00
    Starboard
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    F-One Rocket Air (surfplate)
    €799.00
    F-One
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    Fanatic Sky Wing
    €1,199.00
    Fanatic

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Buying a wingsurf board

Are you planning to start wing foiling? Then you need, among other things, a wingsurf board. But what should you pay attention to when purchasing a wingsurf board? We are happy to take you into our experience!

What to look for when purchasing a wingsurf board

When purchasing a wingsurf foil board, the volume is especially important. Volume basically means the buoyancy that a board has. So the more volume, the more buoyancy and the easier / more stable you stand on the board. More volume results in more stability so that you can master wingsurfing faster. A rule to determine the amount of liters is as follows: your own body weight + 30 to 40, and you have the minimum amount of liters that are suitable for you. Suppose you weigh 80 kilos, then you need a wingfoil board of at least 110 / 120 liters. However, this does not mean that this is the board that is ideal for you. As a beginner you're looking for more stability to make faster progress. Therefore, in the beginning, look at a wingsurf board of approximately 140 liters. As you get better you can start looking at a lower volume by applying the rule of thumb. You are of course also dependent on the wind. If you often sail in extreme conditions, then a wing surfboard with a small liter capacity is desirable compared to someone who only wants to do it in light weather. The lower volume wingsurf boards are more unstable but have the advantage of being more manoeuvrable. This allows you to make awesome moves as an advanced!

Different types of wingsurf boards

Although wingsurfing has not been around for very long, there are already different boards to be found. Basicly you have the inflatable, but also hard wing surfboards. The advantage of an inflatable wingsurf board is the compact size that comes in handy for storage and transport. However, a hard board is many times stiffer, which provides more performance. It also saves you time because you don't have to pump up the board. There is no right or wrong in choosing between the different foil boards. It's just what you're looking for. One opts for an inflatable and the other for a hard wingsurf board. Ultimately, you will have to make up your own mind about this.

Advice when choosing a wingfoil board

Are you not sure about choosing the right wingsurf board? Then our employees will be at your service! Simply contact us or visit the store for personal advice while enjoying a cup of coffee.

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