Posted by Nick B. on 10/29/2021 to Wake Foil
When we started to Wakefoil in 2016-2017, only two board options were available to learn on. You either used a Kitefoil board, which is not optimized for a wake wave, OR you used Slingshots flagship 4'10 Wakefoiler board. As the sport has progressed since then, you now have a ton of options (too many) to choose from when you begin your wake foil journey. Not all of those new options are the right place for most people to start successfully. One of the top questions we get is what board size do I need to learn how to Wakefoil?
Posted by Nick B. on 11/24/2019 to Hydrofoils
Currently, the GoFoil platform has eight different options for you to select when putting together your perfect foil rig. The GoFoil mast you choose can dramatically affect how you ride and your ability to progress. GoFoil has two different mast categories; plate and tuttle. In this post we are going to introduce them in order of height.
Posted by Nick B. on 11/22/2019 to Wing Foiling
The WASP 5m and 6m wing sizes are live, specially designed for light winds and or heavier riders; these wings are going to have power. The significantly sized Leading-edge creates stability and reduces flex; it also helps develop pull at low speeds to get you moving sooner. The rigidity of the high volume Leading Edge and Strut make it very efficient in light winds to pump the wing to generate speed.