Our wings are measured in cm2. The CF800 is 800cm2 in area.
The Ripper 800 is the perfect set up for anyone who proficient with foiling and wanting to take it to the advanced level.
The RIPPER 800 embodies our vision of a performance foil, it’s ideally suited to riders who are looking to progress and push the limits. The combination of moderate aspect ratio and sleek high lift foil section gives it a stable feel but agile response at high and low speeds. It is the best choice for kite foiling, great locked in feeling and predictable in pitch make it smooth and easy to fly the foil even in demanding conditions. On the wave it is a weapon and allows aggressive wave shredding for experienced surf foil riders . On the big days it’s the bomb because it can handle the speed and has the stability that is needed on bigger waves.
The RIPPER 800 set up is the optimum choice for Kite foiling or intermediate to advanced/Expert level wave or swell chasers.
The CF 800 Wing
The Carving Freeride 800 delivers the perfect combination of performance, stability and carve-ability to take your foiling to the next level.
The CF 800 with its inflected tips is ultra smooth to ride, its inspiring stability allows you to really carve with confidence and it has the speed to handle big waves or swells.
The deep anhedral through the center helps prevent the foil ventilating during steep carving maneuvers and gives the greatest feedback on ceiling breakthrough before ventilation on any foil shape.
- The main wings are shaped for maximum stability and predictability at all speeds.
- The foil sections have been carefully designed by one of the world’s foremost sport wing designers.
- Continuous testing and refinement helped us find a combination of plan form, leading and trailing edge sweep and the right amount of anhedral curve that delivers super smooth flow, giving a more connected surf like feeling while on the fly.
- Construction is based around a high-density foam core, which is encapsulated in Aramid cloth before being wrapped with 100% High Modulus Carbon.