Details: The H2 wing has a large surface area and provides lots of lift at slower speeds and in lighter wind. This results in a stable, user-friendly foil and an approachable entry into wake, windsurf and SUP foiling.
For wake: If you want to let go of the rope and surf the wake on your foil, this is the wing to do it with. While it’s possible with the smaller H5 wing and a decent wake, the additional size and lift of the H2 wing makes tapping into the sweet spot of the wake quite a bit easier.
For surf/SUP: Ideal for knee to waist high waves. You’ll start by catching whitewater and riding reformed waves as far to shore as you can without running your foil into the reef. Once you get the hang of it, you’ll quickly realize just how broad the possibilities are with a foil.
For windsurf: This is the stock wing for the FWind1 package. It’s designed for user-friendly all-around freeriding for windsurfers of most sizes. Unless you’re a light weight rider or you’ll be frequenting high-wind locations, this is the best setup for learning and progressing.
Each Hover Glide wing is made of solid carbon composite and prepreg carbon construction. Unlike the super fragile high-modulus carbon construction of more expensive foils, the Hover Glide can take a beating, and scrapes and dings can be repaired fairly easily.Flat-Loc, Fuse-to-Wing Connector
Foiling, carving, jibbing and jumping puts enormous forces on the fuselage-to-wing connection. Our Flat-Loc™ Fuse-to-Wing connection is designed like a wrench on a nut. The load is married to the fuse and the wings, with no load on the bolts. Unlike bolt-on wings, the Flat-Loc™ system is safe, secure and smart.