Wingsurf Foiling is a super fun way to hit the water and play in the wind. If you already have your feet underneath you with the WingSurf Basics, and are ready for the next level, check out this collection of Wingsurf Foil Equipment! This gear will get you flying over the water- faster, smoother, and further than ever before! It is like stepping into the future!
Beginner foilers, and folks who want a good light wind board, should check out the larger SUP foil boards like the Slingshot Shred Sled and Outwit, the Tabou Magic Carpet, or the Naish Hover SUPs. These boards are very stable, so they will help with progression- it makes it substantially easier to get to your feet and get the wing up into the air when you have enough width and volume under your feet. You can go out in marginal conditions with confidence- they are floaty and easy to get home on if the wind poops out. Further, these are great crossover boards, perfectly balanced for SUP foiling in waves or during downwinders, and some of them are even windsurfable, too!
Advanced Foilers who have plenty of wind and are looking to take things to the next level should look at the progression oriented boards like the Quatro Wing Drifter or Tabou Pocket Air! These are lower volume, super short, purpose built boards designed for early get up and go (with proper technique), and ultra maneuverability and responsiveness once you're up and running. There are lots of sizes available, so we can fine tune for your wind speeds and body size.
You'll also need to pair these boards up with an appropriate foil! In general, the larger the foil wings are, the easier it is going to be to get up and running on them. Larger folks should pick large foils, people who are looking to get going in super light winds should pick large foils, and people who want to ride the tiniest waves possible should pick large foils. The Slingshot FWing Foil is an excellent choice with the i99 front wing. NP Glide Surf XL, Gaastra Hybrid 2000, Naish JET Surf 2000 and up... all excellent choices that you can use in super strong winds and light winds alike!
As your skills increase, you can possibly start to use smaller foils. These will take more juice to get up and running (so either a larger wing or stronger wind or bigger waves), but they'll likely be faster and maybe more maneuverable. Being able to use a small board will help with this prospect, as they will be lighter and easier to pump than a giant board. Check out surf oriented foils in the 1200-1500 cm2 range, or higher aspect foils if you want to try out something more advanced.