Choosing the Right Size and type of Wing Surfing Equipment.
Always take a lesson in the area you intend to ride, before you purchase any equipment for this new Wind Sport.
Avoid buying orders models of equipment. This sport is evolving so fast that gear as little as 1 year old might actually be obsolete and a poor choice.
Learn with a larger board, most students perform best with boards that at 120-140 liters in volume. If you are unable to balance on the board while learning, you will get frustrated, fatigued, and at higher risk of injury.
Bottom line: Take the lesson first, then decide if the gear you used in the lesson was easy to use or difficult to use.
if it was easy, then you can go one size down on the WingFoil SUP board and use the wing size and foil size your local instructor suggest will be best for you success and safety.
Wing Surfing / Wing Foiling / Wing Boarding, are the Newest Action Wind Sport.
It’s growing faster than anyone ever imagined and it’s easier to learn than you think. Its an offshoot of kiteboarding and windsurfing, but it’s easier to learn than either of those sports.
In a 2hr lesson, most students will be in the water most of the lesson time, and they will be up and riding, quicker than most other water sports.
Its great for all ages and doesn’t require lots of space nor strong winds. It can be done on lakes, rivers, oceans and bays. It can be done on land snow or water, depending the the board you choose to ride.
Reserve your Wing Surfing lesson with Manta Water Sports, in San Diego, and see how easy this sport is to jump into.
Manta Water Sports is the authorized Wing Surfing equipment dealer in San Diego. We sell the following brands: North, Cabrinha, and Naish.