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Windsurf foiling is an amazing way to spice up the light wind ride. The feeling of gliding silently along, smoothly ABOVE the water, is like nothing else, and it is CRAZY ADDICTIVE. The best part about it? The fun can be had with regular size sails starting at just 10 knots of wind!
Just like with regular windsurfing equipment, different foils are designed with varying performance objectives in mind. So it's always best to have an honest look at your conditions and your goals, and then buy an appropriate foil for your needs.
You'll also want to consider what board and sails you're planning to use, fin box/foil mount types (deep tuttle, dual US box for pedestal mounts, powerplates, etc), water depths, etc etc... Confused about what will work best for you? Please contact us- we are experienced and happy to help!
Brief Category Descriptions:
Race Foils for Windsurfing:
AFS-105The Race foils are very low drag, fast, stable, and racy. These racy foils tend to be best with wider tailed boards, outboard footstrap positions, and larger race or freeride sails. You'll tend to sail these with decent sail power, sheeted in, and in a somewhat "normal" windsurfing stance (but still more upright than normal). Expect mind blowing upwind angles, tons of stability, and a smooth and fairly easy ride.
Freeride Foils for Windsurfing:
Slingshot FWind V3, Naish Windsurf 1150, MFC Helios, GA Hybrid 1200
Wave Foils for Windsurfing:
Naish Jet and Jet HA, Slingshot FSUP or FWING, GA Hybrid 2000
Finally, we have the wave oriented foils, which are still great fun for wind foiling! These tend to keep lift at very low speeds, and are really maneuverable and responsive, but slightly slower overall in a straight line, and maybe harder to control if you have too much sail power. These foils are best with somewhat inboard footstrap positions (or no straps at all), and small, soft sails. These match up really well with boards like the ShredSled, AirBolt, or Pocket Air- which have slightly forward track mount positions and short geometry. Stand up straight and ride the foil (not the sail) to maximize the fun on a surf oriented foil! These are also super fun if you have some chop/swell to play on- you can make turns and ride the tiniest imaginable bumps with these foils, using the sail just to assist in getting back upwind and starting the ride all over again!