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Wing Front – 200 Surf V2

$815.00

A great beginner wing for prone foiling that will grow with you

A universal wing with an emphasis on balance and stability

A stable wing with lots of potential when riding with a sail in your hands

For eFoiling, the 200 Surf V2 is what we call our “bread and butter.” Foiling is not about going fast or slow, its about the balance under your feet and the glide

Try a few different tail wings for different experiences, larger for more stable and smaller for less drag.

SKU: 80041

Additional information

If you’re new to the sport of prone foiling and you want a wing that will teach you and continue to grow with you for years to come, look no further. Or if you want a wing you can use across all foiling disciplines and on an eFoil, this is the most well rounded wing in the lineup. This has been the magic size for years and with this generation’s refined parameters, it’s better than ever–you’ll feel the smoothness in the glide. Get out for any kind of foiling confidently with the 200 Surf V2.

Best for: Foilers looking for a smooth riding experience over speed.

Aspect Ratio: 5.4

Area: 200 in ^2 / 1290 cm^2

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JP
04/26/2021
John P.
United States United States
Wow!

I now have several sessions under my belt prone surfing on this amazing wing and have paired it with the 38 surf tail. The combo of surfy feel, speed, and glide are excellent! I can rip turns like I am on a short board but it still glides and pumps fantastically! I also find it allows me to surf more aggressively hitting the white water without getting blown up. Lift got it right on these V2’s. For the record, am 200 lbs and find this wing size good from that 3-5 foot size (Texas Coast). If smaller I prefer the HAs.