Rigid Wing Boards

Our range of rigid boards covers all your needs, from the Beginners to the Pros!

Find below all our shapes for the wing, followed by our advice on how to equip yourself.

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For Whom?

For What?

We can sum up very simply the concepts of each board in our range:

  • MOB 2TASTE: three sports in one board: SUP, SUP foil and wing.
  • ZUMA: the easy rigid board in SUP foil and wing, and with good performances.
  • LANCE: the compact Zuma, very stable sideways, ideal for wing.
  • FLINT: high performances in SUP foil, top in wing because it is simple and efficient in light wind.
  • KUBE: pure wing freestyle board. Minimum length for maximum rotation.
  • MINT: compact without the difficulty with its round nose, but excellent performances.
  • LEMON: maximum reactivity and liveliness, while maintaining lateral stability.
  • LETHAL: Absolute radicality among volume boards.

Some will go for even more extreme low volume boards like:

  • CATCH KITE FOIL: it works as well in kite as in wing with a bigger wing to have power.
  • MATATA SURF FOIL: asymmetrical straps and minimum length to dare everything.
  • LETHAL SURF FOIL: asymmetrical straps and minimum width to dare everything.


Which board per program?

All boards have a versatility that opens up to several programs, but here’s a little guide to choose from according to your level and the conditions of the day, with the optimum being placed first:

  • Multisports: MOB 2taste, Zuma, Flint.
  • Allround: Lance, Zuma.
  • Light wind: Flint, Mint, and of course Lance and Zuma.
  • Freeride / Freerace: Lance, Mint, Lemon, Lethal.
  • Freestyle: Kube and Mint.
  • Waveriding: Lethal, Lemon, Mint.

Which wing board size?

Beginners in wing absolutely must have a positive volume balance.

Your weight plus that of the board must be less than the volume of the board.

Do not hesitate to take a bit more volume and width if you are not comfortable with your stance or not athletic.

To be comfortable, we recommend that you take a volume of around your weight + 30 = volume.

Regarding the Zuma, the length will help beginners take off more easily, and when riding flat.

Examples for a 7kg board and different sizes:

  • If I weigh 70kg, the minimum to float is: 70kg + 7kg = 77L. But with my 70kg + 30 = 100L, I would be very comfortable but without excess.
  • If I weigh 85kg, the minimum to float is: 85kg + 7kg = 92L. But with 85kg + 30 = 115L, I would be very comfortable but without excess.
  • If I weigh 100kg, the minimum to float is: 100kg + 7kg = 107L. But with 100kg + 30 = 130L, I would be comfortable but without excess.

In wing, we identify three main types of relationship to volume:

  • Comfort

You can go for a volume sufficient to float : about your weight + 10 = volume.

Example: I weigh 80kg + 10 = 90L to float. Which means that with 90L and more I will be easy, provided I have a good level in wing.

  • Sport

You can also sub liter it because the board is wide enough to be stable. So if you have a great level and want maximum responsiveness, you can switch to negative volumes. Up to your weight – 10 = volume you can go on your knees by leaning on the wing on the water.

Example: I weigh 80kg + 10 = 90L to float. Which means that with 70L my board will sink a little and I should be precise and sporty every time I start.

  • Sinker

Below your weight – 10 = volume, at – 30 for example, you will have to do waterstarts by sinking the board: it’s technical, very physical,and you lose part of the low wind range. The performance gain is debatable depending on your level, but the sensation and responsiveness gain is considerable.

Example: I weigh 80kg + 10 = 90L to float. Which means that with 50L and less, my board will totally sink and I should do a real wakeboard type waterstart. In this case, less volume often makes things easier because we sink the board without worry to put it under our feet and climb on it. A small board will float less, therefore easier to get on but less quick to take off. Its surface stability qualities remain the same underwater.

Choosing the board that suits you perfectly can turn out to be a real challenge given the many parameters that define its qualities. In order to better understand all these parameters of length, width, volume, hull, technology and shape of a board, we explain all of their purposes in this How To : Choose your wing board.

Which technology? 

It is essential to understand the constructions offered when you buy a board.
Aesthetics and programs are important, but construction is key! And very often, it is the obstacle course to find this information in between the marketing twists and turns …

At GONG, we are committed to presenting to you in all transparency what lies beneath the final paint layer, without blah blah.

WOOD 2X techno

Economical, but less light.

Our entry-level construction is without blushing, comparable (if not better) than most of the high-end boards on the market sold at high prices …
The board is fully reinforced with a fiberglass lamination with a vacuum bonded wood sandwich and a super strong laminated biaxial fiberglass. Fully, that is to say the deck, the bottom but also the rails, unlike many “prestige” brands.
And the deck benefits from an additional reinforcement in a 3mm high density PVC (Airex) sandwich which limits all impacts, a guarantee of durability.
It is the perfect techno for first-time wing buyers, who are looking for an unbeatable price / solidity combo.


FSP 2X techno

Both light and very strong. This is the best-selling technology because it mixes the most advantages in a very reasonable price.

The FSP (Full Sandwich PVC): the techno that positions GONG boards in another world.
An exclusivity on the wing boards market, which comes directly to us from high-end construction techniques.
Unlike other wing board constructions on the market, our FSP boards are fully vacuum “shelled” with an extremely strong PVC (Airex) foam sandwich with a density of 80kg / m2. This density is 3 times greater than that of our competitors’ EPS foam blanks! Here again, we cover the top, the bottom but also the rails with a super strong 3mm shell! It’s 5 to 10 times thicker than the competition !!! Knees, paddles, harness hooks, the heart of your board is fully protected by a resistant and waterproof sandwich.
In FSP 2X, this sandwich is covered with a layer of biaxial fiberglass, much stronger than conventional fibers with its large fibers with a “reinforced concrete” effect.
The whole is of unparalleled durability and dynamism. It is the ultra solid techno that allows you to progress serenely on our Lance, Zuma and MOB 2taste.
Yet our FSP 2X boards remain at record weights.
First, because they are handmade using our French high-end manufacturing methods for custom boards.
Then because this super strong “shell” allows us to lighten the core of our boards to give them all the liveliness you need.


FSP PRO Techno

Its PVC sandwich covered with a hyper dynamic full carbon coat.

It’s game over: this is the ultimate techno that adds up the best of all constructions for crazy performances.
It enjoys our full sandwich in PVC (Airex) 80kg / m2 FSP, which is completely covered with carbon fiber.
The performance gain is crazy: the board is solid, rigid, ultra light and responsive!


Common point on all our technos for the foil box

The two US foil boxes have become the standard. But at GONG they are installed in a thick block of high density and waterproof PVC (Airex) of 80 kg / m3; and supported by a skeleton in high density PVC (Airex) foam and laminated in fiberglass, crossing the EPS foam blank from the bottom to the top part of the sandwich to transmit the forces to the deck, and therefore to your feet. The whole is reinforced on the hull with multiple layers of carbon. No risk of water intake in the EPS foam blank or crushing the foam blank, the cohesion of the whole is durable and total for an immediate response of the foil underfoot. It is not the foam blank that takes in the efforts between the foil and your feet: you are in direct contact! And if you hit a rock at full speed and damage a box, the board remains waterproof. Repair is simple and durable thanks to this PVC base.

We invite you to analyze in detail your future board on the new 3D module of our product sheets.

Buy as an informed consumer!

Which quiver?

You don’t need many wing boards, because often you’ll do everything with the one you love the most.

But as you progress, you can be tempted by two complementary volumes. Possibly by completing a generous light wind board with a more radical board.

The choice will be led more and more towards complementary programs. For example having a 100% waveriding board and a Freerace or Freestyle board will make up a luxurious quiver. This is the big trend of 2021: a board and a wing for each style of session.

You can of course complete your quiver wing with a range of Stand Up Paddle without foil. And surf boards for windless days, so you never stay out of the water.

Which foil wings?

In general, we recommend the same assembly as for surf foil.

Beginners will have the fastest progression with a XL Front Wing (whatever their size between 65kg and 100kg) and a 45cm Stab Rise.

For the experienced

In the Curve range

  • MT for under 70kg or very good level and steady wind
  • L for under 75kg or good level and established wind
  • LT for under 90kg or good level and steady wind
  • XL for 75kg and over, or light beginners.
  • XL-T for light and irregular wind.

For the Pros

In the Fluid or Veloce range.

The size of the front wing conditions the speed/lift ratio. The smaller the front wing, the faster you will go but the more uncomfortable you will be at low speed.

The stabs play a major role. They determine the stability of the foil and help the lift, but at the expense of the maximum speed of the foil.

Rise Stabs are slower than Veloce or Fast Stabs but are much more buoyant and therefore effective at low speeds.

Which foil mast?

Contrary to kite foil, in wing, you don’t have much opposition to the wing because it pulls gently. So, you don’t put a lot of upwind angle to the mast. So, mastering a big mast in Wing is not a problem.

And as the boards used are much bigger than in kitesurfing, the inertia is more important. So, your foil is less wacky. Everything is calmer. So, don’t be afraid of a long mast.

In other words, everything will be played out between 85cm and 100cm. You can find all our advice on choosing between these two lengths by clicking here.

Positioning of the foil?

For GONG foils, place the plate between the rear third and the centre of the US rails.

The more you move it forward, the more it will lift the board. The more you move it backwards, the more the nose of the board pearls.

Be careful not to move it too far forward. We often tend not to let their back foot work, especially when we come from Kitefoil. However, moving the foil back a little, forces more weight on the back foot and gives a more harmonious attitude and reduces effort.

Which leash?

Take a 6′ of 7mm minimum diameter or a 7’ on biggest boards.

Check its condition before each session and change it every year. It is your lifejacket and the life insurance of the people in front of you.

Strap or Strapless?

Riding strapless is sexy because it makes you feel free. But quite honestly, it’s not the best for performance…

So, it’s up to you to see if sensation prevails over performance. In wing, we’re clearly going to miss 90% of its potential without the straps.

With straps, you’ll have much more control and much less risk of getting the Foil flipping under your feet. In the waves, it’s obvious, you gain a lot with straps. You can recuperate from crazy situations just by pulling up on your feet. And in jumps, of course.

Put your straps in a central position (3rd hole) for the front, and the same goes for the back strap if you still ride with the back.

If you want to be able to get the back foot out for transitions and surfing, put the back strap on the first hole.

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