Advanced front wings Wing Foil

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    GONG FOIL ALLVATOR FRONT WING X-OVER

    The easy and versatile front wings.
    179,00229,00
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    GONG FOIL ALLVATOR FRONT WING CURVE PRO CLEAR

    The magical front wings for curves.
    269,00399,00
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    GONG FOIL ALLVATOR FRONT WING FLUID PRO CLEAR

    The radical, fast and maneuverable wings.
    259,00339,00
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    GONG FOIL ALLVATOR FRONT WING FLUID – T PRO CLEAR

    Near to high ratio wings: radical and manoeuvrable like the Fluid but … Near to high ratio wings: radical and manoeuvrable like the Fluid but even faster
    265,00349,00
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    GONG FOIL ALLVATOR FRONT WING VELOCE PRO CLEAR

    High ratio fast wing.
    259,00339,00

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What sizes of foil wings?

For the experienced

In the Curve range: highly maneuverable wings, fast and efficient even at low speed:

  • The S, it’s tiny. Pro riders only when the wind is nuking or for racing.
  • The MS, it’s tiny but perfect for a very good and lightweight rider who wants to carve at high speed and jump high in the strong wind.
  • The M : less than 65kg or very good level and strong wind.
  • The L-S : less than 70kg or very good level and steady wind.
  • The L : less than 75kg or good level and steady wind.
  • The XL-S : less than 90kg or good level and steady wind. The key size !!!
  • The XL : 75kg and more, it is the benchmark wing for people in the progression phase.
  • The XXL-S : great in light and / or irregular winds.
  • The XXL : it’s big but nice under 12 knots.

The Curve T front wings sit between each Curve, offering more ratio and therefore speed and performance, halfway between a Curve and a Fluid.

In the Fluid range: radical wings: fast and manoeuvrable:

  • The S, it’s tiny. Pro riders only when the wind is nuking or for racing.
  • The MS it’s tiny but perfect for a very good and lightweight rider who wants to carve at high speed and jump high in the strong wind.
  • The M : less than 65kg or very good level and strong wind.
  • The L-S : less than 70kg or very good level and steady wind.
  • The L : less than 75kg or good level and steady wind.
  • The XL-S : less than 90kg or good level and steady wind. The key size
  • The XL : 75kg and more, it is the benchmark wing for people in the progression phase.
  • The XXL-S : great in light and / or irregular winds.
  • The XXL : it’s big but nice under 12 knots.

The Fluid S front wings sit between each Fluid offering more lift and ease, halfway between a Curve and a Fluid.

The Fluid T range :

  • The S-T : it’s small. Pro riders only when the wind is nuking or for racing.
  • The M-T : it’s small but perfect for a good level and lightweight rider who wants to carve at high speed and jump high. But also for fit riders.
  • The L-T : this is perfect for a good level rider who wants to carve, go fast, jump, do DWs, with a decent low range and flight stability.
  • The XL-T : it’s perfect for a rider who wants to combine speed and lift. The mix of the two is just amazing, and it’s still super manoeuvrable.
  • The XXL-T : this size is very big. Great in light wind because it goes relatively quickly.

In the Veloce range: high performance wings and 8 knots faster than the Rise:

  • The XS-T: less than 55kg or very good level and strong wind. Racing of course for bearing off in slalom.
  • The S-T : less than 60kg or very good level and strong wind. Racing of course for bearing off in slalom.
  • The M : less than 65kg or very good level and strong wind.
  • The M-T : less than 70kg or very good level and steady wind.
  •  The L : less than 75kg or good level and steady wind.
  • The L-T : less than 90kg or good level and steady wind.
  • The XL : 75kg and more, or light beginners.
  • The XL-T : 85kg and more in light and irregular winds.
  • The XXL : 95kg and more in light and irregular winds.

The Veloce T front wings sit between each Veloce offering more glide and control.

The size of the front wing determines the speed/lift ratio. The smaller the wing, the faster you will go. You’ll have more pop and will be more radical, but also less comfortable at low speed.

Understanding front wing sizes

“I designed our foil wings naming them S M L XL etc … so that everyone can easily find their way around.

You have to see it as follows : after progressing on a Curve L, you might want to evolve on a Fluid for example. Well, the size you need for the Fluid would be L again.
Indeed, it’s the change of program that is judged: you go from a versatile and easy surfer wing, to a faster and very manoeuvrable wing. But your weight remains the same, so does your spot, and the wind range in which you use it too.

The right size for you in one model is therefore the size that is right for you in all GONG models.

That being said, you probably also want a light wind or a strong wind front wing. The variation in available power will require you to adjust the size of the wing of your foil. (It is not an absolute requirement by the way.) In this case, you want another size, M or XL for example.

But remember that I have scaled all the wings on a single equivalence grid. An L is an L.

You will tell me yes but the Fluid L is much smaller than the X-Over L !!! It’s true and that’s precisely my job: to estimate exactly your progress when you decide to switch from one to the other and to calibrate the sizes so that you feel like in slippers with your new wing in a new program. You go from an athletic beginner to a radical carver, it is logical that the necessary surface for your performances will drop considerably. And I am the one doing the math to adjust the ranges. ” L’Ours.

Understand our foil range