The Wing has an inflatable structure that is directly in the hands of the rider. Handles control the flight and power generated from it.
The number one asset of the Wing is its smoothness. Much less powerful than a Kite and much lighter than a Windsurf sail, the Wing is easy to use.
Ideal companion to the foil, it is much more reassuring than a Kite and much more manageable than a Windsurf sail.
With its mellow glide, the Wing absorbs the gusts without forcing you to recoil. So, no harness needed because its flexible structure is created to naturally release the excess power.
Ideal with a foil, it requires stronger wind than a Kite, which will always have the advantage of traction more from 4/5 knots. The Wing will need between 10 and 15 knots to really be useful on a foil and will remain super easy, even in 35 knots, where the Kite is often synonymous with taking big risks.
The Wing is great for multiple uses such as:
- Stand Up Paddle “SUP” (rigid or inflatable)
- Roller Blading
- Mountain Boarding
- Anything that slides on the snow
The Pros of the Wing are clearly identified: simplicity, compactness and lightness which provide unparalleled freedom of movement and the ease of handling. The Wing is ready to fly in 1min flat: no lines to unwind, simply two flexible battens to insert in their sheaths, a few pump strokes and you’re off.
The technology used to make the Wings is very similar to that of our surf Kites. Reinforcements are present on the heavy use zones in correspondence to its different uses.
The shape of the Wing is “self-stabilizing”. Do not imagine controlling it with the force of your hands on a boom: it does not work like that. When you lower your back hand: the Wing will fly flat over your head. You raise it and the Wing goes up. Easy!