Eleveight WFS Wingfoil Package
- Wing: Elevieght WFS Wing
- Board: Elevieght Evolve Wing Foil Board
- Foil: Eleveight HXS 1950, Eleveight HXS 1650, Delta 1450 Aluminium, or Delta 1280 Aluminium
Introducing the Eleveight WFS Wingfoil Package! We believe everyone should experience the thrilling freedom of wingfoiling, and that’s why we packaged these products that make it easier than ever to learn.
Our package is specifically designed for beginner riders – making it easy and safe to get started with this exciting sport. Best of all, you don’t have to break the bank to get into it: our packages are designed to save you money while taking the hassle out of searching for the best gear.
Whether you’re an experienced winger looking to expand your skill set or a curious novice eager to find out what this new sport is all about, this package will work for you!
Need some help with which sized product you need? See the guides below or give us a call! 1-843-278-7799
How to choose the correct wing foil board size is right for you?
If you're new to winging and wondering about the ideal board size, you're not alone. Questions like "How many liters do I need?" and "Will it float me?" are common. You might even be pondering if you can get away with a smaller size or find a board that will meet your initial learning needs without requiring an upgrade later. To help you navigate this decision, we've prepared a handy chart that outlines board sizing based on weight and experience. Let's find the perfect fit for you!
How to choose the correct Wing Size:
Choosing the right wing size for winging is crucial, so let's break it down. If you weigh under 150 pounds, starting with a 4 square meter wing is generally recommended. However, for riders over that weight, a 5 meter wing is a better place to begin.
Remember, these are just averages. Depending on the wind conditions and your personal preferences, you may want to opt for a larger wing if you need more power or if you're riding in lighter winds. Conversely, if you're a lightweight rider or plan to wing in high winds, going with a smaller wing is advisable.
Now, if you're on your second wing and aiming for consistent, high performance across various wind ranges, consider separating your wings by 1-square meter increments for most models. This will ensure that your wing remains optimally powered regardless of the wind conditions.
On the other hand, if you want to maximize the wind range of each wing, a 2-square meter gap works well until you reach 4 square meters. Beyond that point, reducing the gap to 1-square meter becomes necessary due to the exponential power of wind at higher speeds. Keep in mind that using this method may result in occasional overpowering or underpowering moments depending on the wind range and the sail you choose. However, it will help you make the most out of your range while using fewer wings.
So, whether you're a lightweight rider or a seasoned pro, selecting the right wing size can greatly enhance your winging experience.
How To Choose The Correct Hydrofoil Size for Wing Foiling?
Within this package, we have several different options but we will break down our recommendations below.
Eleveight HXS 1950 - 185lbs+ Rider
Elevieght HXS 1650 - 155/185lbs Rider
Delta 1450 - 130/160lbs Rider
Delta 1280 - 110/140lbs Rider
*Based off a beginner skill level learning in around 20mph with the recommended wing and board size above
We hope the information above helps and are happy to guide you further if need be.
Why wait? Get ready for tremendous fun and start Wingfoiling!