X-Over

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The X-Over range is placed between the Rise and the Curve. Its large surface area offers the lift and ease of the Rise and its more moderate thickness accepts a speed close to that of the Curve.

The program of the X-Over range is simple: fly at very low speed, facilitate maneuvers and accept a good top speed. These strengths make it an ideal foil set for progress. It’s simplicity coupled with great potential.

The front wing is available in 4 sizes (M, L, XL and XXL) and the stab in 2 sizes (42 and 46 cm) in order to adapt to all riders and all disciplines: surf foil, SUP foil, kite foil and wing foil.

Our front wing X-Over range

The shape of the front wing

  • A large surface area that allows you to fly almost immediately and effortlessly thanks to a large support. This surface also saves you from oversizing and having to take a wing with a lot of wingspan that will be less maneuverable. The wing is compact which is a guarantee of maneuverability.
  • A profile with an advanced chord for maximum forgiveness in the low range, making it easier to learn, maneuver, and take off early.
  • A fairly thin profile (in proportion to the large chord, it is even very thin) but advanced which gives it a lot of efficiency at low speed, without saturating as soon as the speed increases.
  • Slight upward twisting of the tips which makes it easier to place the wing into the curve for a “lighter” rail to rail underfoot.
  • Supercritical profile as on all our wings to improve its glide.
  • The X-Over is less arched than the Rise which makes it easier to recover from stalls for a healthier general behavior.

  • The shank / profile connection fillets have been optimized for better hydrodynamics.
  • The fitting area is minimalist and does not require any deformation of the profile to be adapted. The profile is perfect right down to the fuselage.

Our stab X-Over range

The shape of the stab

  • A large surface area characteristic of the X-Over range for a lot of lift.
  • A thin profile so as not to saturate at high speed.
  • The winglets at 90 ° to the profile are pronounced to stabilize the foil in direction (yaw) and limit steering and crabbing. The foil will naturally position itself in the axis for maximum efficiency and facilitate learning.
  • The shank on the fuselage is longer than on other models of stabs. The stab is thus further from the Front Wing, the wheelbase is increased and therefore the longitudinal stability as well.
  • The shank / profile connection fillets have been optimized for better hydrodynamics.