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We’re here to provide you with comprehensive answers and advice to help you make the right choice.

You’re interested in this sport but feel a little lost with all the different options available: which size wing to choose? which board length? which foil? You’d also like to find out which products from our AFS range are on sale and at what price. Don’t worry, we’re here to help you make your choice. First, we’ll take a look at the different packs to help you find the one that’s right for you. We’ll go into detail on each part: board, foil and wing. We’ll also look at accessories such as straps, belt harnesses, etc. If you can’t find the answers you’re looking for, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly via chat on our website for assistance. We can also arrange a phone call to discuss in person and answer all your questions. Feel free to contact us; we’ll be delighted to help you enjoy your next sessions. All AFS gear can be bought online or in shops.

Which wing package is right for me?

At AFS, we have two types of packs available.

The AFS Access pack – perfect for learning to wingfoil in all conditions with ease. Comprising a Flyer foil, a front wing with a thick, elongated edge, it provides stability and control for confident progress. The full-carbon construction, made in France, provides added rigidity and reliability. The whole unit is lightweight – 3 kg for the complete foil – making it one of the lightest foils on the market, and simplifying your launch. The boards in the Fly range are TOMO shapes. Rectangular, they provide stability on the surface of the water, so you can stand or kneel comfortably. Made from PVC-glass sandwich construction, these boards are solid and durable over time. For beginners, we recommend using a board with 10 liters more volume than its weight to ensure buoyancy. The reputation of the D-Lite (ex-WILF) is well established. A versatile, easy-to-use and accessible wing, it can be used in all conditions and disciplines. It is therefore ideal for beginners.

The AFS Evolution pack – evolutionary, it will suit beginners as well as intermediates. Still in full-carbon construction, the Performer foil with a slimmer wing profile lets you push the package further. With a medium aspect ratio, these are still very easy and accessible wings. Available in three sizes (1450, 1650 and 1900) – depending on your size – you’ll also be able to upgrade to smaller wings from the same range. Still in full-carbon construction, this foil features an 85 cm mast and a performer fuselage, refined for extra glide. The whole assembly is mounted on the Performer RS 260 stabilizer – stab with span – to provide stability and control in flight. You can choose between the Fly and Fire ranges. The Fly range will be a versatile board that will also allow you to practice sup foil thanks to its TOMO shape. The Fire range is a 100% wingfoil board. The pack is sold with our renowned D-Lite wing.

The equipment on offer allows you to get a discount on the whole package and to help you choose your equipment, to have something ready to use and, above all, quality equipment.

What's included in a wing foil package?

All our foils are sold with cover and screws (to assemble the foil but also to connect your foil to your board). The board is sold bare. Ideally to protect it, we have covers available depending on the model of your board. The wing is sold in its carrying bag, with a free leash. All that’s left is to add a pump, which we also have on our e-commerce site as an item.

Can I take a family pack?

It’s perfectly possible. The choice of foil/board/wing then just depends on the different people wishing to use the pack. For this, don’t hesitate to contact us via chat for example (blue icon at the bottom of the screen) so that we can advise you as best we can.

Which wing?

Which size?

To make the best progress, we recommend using a 5 m2 kite for a weight between 70kg and 90kg. This is the most versatile size and will enable you to sail in a wide range of conditions. It will give you enough power to start in conditions of 10 to 20-25 knots, while remaining easy to handle thanks to its reasonable wingspan.

If you’re over 90kg, we’d recommend a 6 m2. More surface area means more power. We don’t recommend larger wings for beginners, as they will also be more cumbersome. This can slow down take-off and maneuvering.

For a pilot weighing less than 70kg, a 4 m2 wing may be just right for a wind range of 10 knots to 20-25 knots.

However, you’ll quickly realize that a single kite isn’t enough if you want to sail from 10 to 45 knots. That’s why it’s a good idea to add another size later on. We often recommend this ratio: 6 m2/4 m2 | 5 m2/3.4 m2 | 4 m2/2.8 m2

If you’re looking for very light winds, you can also use wings specifically developed for this purpose, as well as longer boards that provide more glide on the surface of the water. This means faster take-off speeds.

The AFS range?

We have 3 wing ranges:

  • WILF
  • DIAMOND
  • WILD

The WILF is an easy and accessible wing. It’s a model now recognized on the market as a versatile, lightweight wing. It’s the ideal wing for all types of pilots.

The Diamond is a high-performance wing. It’s the ideal wing for intermediate/expert riders. It’s one of our top 5 best-selling products.

The Wild is our 100% race wing. It’s a powerful wing for going faster and faster.

Which wing board?

There are a number of things to consider when making your choice.

Length

The longer the board, the more it will glide over the water. For beginners, we recommend a rather long board to get the most out of flight as quickly as possible. Conversely, a shorter board allows for more radical turns, more technical and physical handling, and instant response. Very small boards have a very low glide speed, but are ultra-responsive, offer high performance and are easily transportable if they have a reasonable volume and width. They are aimed at more experienced riders.

Outline

This is the outer curve of the wing board. Boards with a rectangular outline and wide tips are easier to balance, take off early and are more compact, requiring less technique – in our range these are the Fly Rouge and Fire. Boards with ovoid outlines and slimmer tips require an advanced level of balance and launchability, but offer optimum responsiveness and control.

Width

The width of a wing board determines its balance, lift and maneuverability. The wider the board, the more stable it is. In our range, these include Fly boards.

Volume

For wing beginners, it’s important to choose a positive bedding volume in relation to your weight. Ideally, we recommend a volume of +10 liters in relation to your weight. Intermediate riders can afford to take on a volume roughly equivalent to their weight. Finally, an experienced rider will be able to go for litrages below his weight. These are boards that will require more physical effort to get going.

Construction technology

Today, there are two main types of construction: inflatable (air) and rigid.

Rigid boards are often based on a sandwich construction. Like a sandwich, there’s a core, often a block of foam, with outer skins that can be PVC, fiberglass or carbon.

Although more cumbersome, we tend to recommend rigid boards for all levels, as they provide more direct sensations, glide better and therefore enable faster progress (compared to an inflatable board).

Don’t hesitate to ask about the thickness of the pad if it’s not indicated, because when you’re a beginner, for example, you spend a lot of time on your knees. A thicker pad provides greater comfort in this position.

The AFS range?

We have several types of boards depending on your level/practice. The Fly, available in 2 sizes (M – 95L and L – 103L), is the easiest and most accessible board in our range. It is perfect for getting started in wing foil safely. The Fly, its little sister, available in 4 sizes, is the board that allows you to practice wing foil/sup foil. It is forgiving and easy with smaller volumes for practitioners who can already make their first tacks. The Fire is a 100% wing foil board. It is the most versatile wing foil board in our range (freeride, freestyle, waves, etc.). The Whitebird is a multi-practice board (wing foil, sup foil, downwind, etc.). Its main advantage is its length, which allows for takeoff in very light winds. The Blackbird, its big sister, is the carbon model, made in France for sizes 6’2 and 6’4. The Blackbird also comes in sizes 7’6 and 8’0 but is aimed mainly at practitioners of downwind, sup foil downwind, and prone foil. The Pro is the board developed by and for our GWA riders. It is a versatile wing foil board, in full carbon and French construction. The Fire is directly inspired by this model. Finally, the Chipri Pro is a board developed by Chipri Courde, recognized in the world of surf foil. This board can also be used very well in wing hydrofoil.


Fly M

Fly L

Fly 5'2

Fly 5'4

Fly 5'8

Fly 6'0

Fly 4'8

Whitebird 6'6

Whitebird 6'8

Sk8

Pro 4'5

Pro 5

Pro 5'8

Blackbird 6'2

Blackbird 6'4

Blackbird 7'6

Blackbird 7'6

Blackbird 8'0

Blackbird 8'0

Blackbird 8'0

Chipri Pro 3'10

Chipri Pro 4'4

Chipri Pro 4'8
Price 999 USD 999 USD 1299 USD 1299 USD 1299 USD 1299 USD 999 USD 1699 USD 1699 USD 569 USD 1699 USD 1949 USD 1999 USD 2049 USD 2099 USD 2199 USD 2199 USD 2299 USD 2299 USD 2299 USD 1399 USD 1399 USD 1399 USD
Volume 100 L 115 L 65 L 75 L 90 L 103 L 39 L 100 L 115 L 16 L 52 L 70 L 100 L 90 L 110 L 110 L 120 L 115 L 125 L 140 L 30 L 35 L 40 L
Length 5'10 6'2 5'2 5'4 5'8 6'0 4'8 6'6 6'8 95cm 4'5 5 5'8 6'2 6'4 3'10 4'4 4'8
Width 28°(71cm) 27°(68'5cm) 23"1/2 24"1/2 25° 25"1/2 50cm 21° 23° 44cm 21"1/6 (53.4cm) 23” (58.5 cm) 25” (63.5 cm) 21"1/2 23"1/2 19° 21° 18° 20° 22° 19° 19° 19°
Construction PVC Sandwich
glass
PVC Sandwich
glass
PVC Sandwich
glass
PVC Sandwich
glass
PVC Sandwich
glass
PVC Sandwich
glass
PVC Sandwich
glass
PVC Sandwich
glass carbon
PVC Sandwich
glass carbon
PVC Sandwich
glass
Triaxial carbon Triaxial carbon Triaxial carbon PVC Sandwich
carbon
PVC Sandwich
carbon
PVC Sandwich
carbon
PVC Sandwich
carbon
PVC Sandwich
carbon
PVC Sandwich
carbon
PVC Sandwich
carbon
Triaxial Carbon Triaxial Carbon Triaxial Carbon
Weight 7kg 7.3kg 6.1kg 6.2kg 6.4kg 6.8kg 4.9kg 6kg 6.5kg 2.2kg 4.8kg 5.2kg 6kg 5.5kg 6.2kg TAB TAB TAB TAB TAB 3.1kg 3.8kg 4.2kg

Which foil range?

At AFS, we have several foil ranges to suit your practice. We can divide them into three categories:

  • Entry Level
  • Intermediate
  • Experienced

For Entry Level pilots, we have the Flyer range with two front wings (1500/1800). These foils have been developed to make flying easy and accessible. They’ll enable you to make your first flights in complete serenity and simplicity.

For an intermediate level, you’ll find the Performer foil. It has been developed as a continuation of the Flyer range. These foils have thinner profiles, and are more playful without losing accessibility. You can reduce the surface area (750/950/1250/1450/1650/1900) and still get more glide.

For advanced riders, we have the Pure and Silk ranges (which are also suitable for intermediate riders). The difference between the 2 is mainly down to practicality. The Pure (700/900) is a highly versatile foil that can be used for all disciplines. In fact, it’s the foil used by our GWA riders. It’s a world event that demands great versatility (freestyle, slalom, waves). We also have the Pure HA (800/1100): these slim-ratio wings have been developed for even more glide. They are ideal for downwind riding. Finally, the Pure 560 is a 100% race foil.

The Silk was developed primarily for waveriding. However, it also performs very well at low/medium speeds as a wing foil.


Flyer 1500

Flyer 1800

Performer
750

Performer
950

Performer
1250

Performer
1450

Performer
1650

Performer
1900

Silk 650

Silk 850

Silk 1050

Pure 560

Pure 700

Pure 900

Pure HA 800
Fuselink

Pure HA 1100
Fuselink
Price 1199 € 1199 € 509 € 519 € 539 € 559 € 579 € 599 € 1279 € 1299 € 1319 € 3099 € 1149 € 1159 € 1249 € 1279 €
Surface 1500 cm2 1800 cm2 750 cm2 950 cm2 1250 cm2 1450 cm2 1650 cm2 1950 cm2 650 cm2 850 cm2 1050 cm2 560 cm2 700 cm2 900 cm2 800 cm2 1100 cm2
Span TBA 1050mm 750mm 840mm 950mm 970mm 990mm 1025mm 720mm 824mm 916mm 750mm 750mm 880mm 1000mm 1100mm
Aspect Ratio TBA 6.3 7.5 7.4 7.2 6.5 5.9 5.7 8 8 8 10 8 9 13 11
Aspect Ratio TBA 6.3 7.5 7.4 7.2 6.5 5.9 5.7 8 8 8 10 8 9 13 11
Cord Max TBA 205mm 118mm 134mm 165mm 187mm 207mm 225mm 115mm 134mm 150mm 94mm 120mm 130mm 100mm 125mm
Thickness TBA TBA 11.9mm 12.3mm 18mm 19.1mm 19.4mm 21mm 13.7mm 16mm 17.9mm Section T/C
10-12%
12mm 12mm 11.6mm 14.5mm
Weight TBA TBA 0.62kg 0.62kg 0.7kg 0.92kg 1.02kg 1.2kg TBA 0.96kg 1kg 1.75kg 1.8kg 1.8kg 1.85kg

What size foil wings?

The choice of front wing size for a foil will mainly depend on the wing profile of the range and your body size.

Wings with thick profiles, like our Flyer range, will automatically have more lift than wings with thinner profiles, like our Performer range. So, for the same surface area, the wings of one brand will not have the same lift as those of another.

To help you choose the right size, please consult our product data sheets directly, which will tell you the right surface for your size.

Which foil mast?

What material should you choose for your foil mast?

You have two choices for the material of your mast: carbon or aluminum.

Aluminum is ideal for beginners, as it is more economical. However, it requires more maintenance, is heavier and can be damaged more easily than carbon foils. It is widely used in wing foil schools. Progress in wingfoil is relatively rapid, and an aluminum mast for personal use can quickly become obsolete. Aluminum oxidizes faster than carbon. If you plan to ride in salt water, it’s best to opt for carbon.

Carbon poles offer better performance, giving riders a more responsive and precise feel. This translates directly into faster, more efficient progress.

What size mast should I choose for my foil?

For foiling beginners, masts between 65 cm and 75 cm are recommended for use on flat water. These masts are also suitable for experienced riders in shallow spots. Once you’ve mastered the flying stages, you can move on to longer masts.

80/85 cm masts offer greater comfort and maneuverability in flight, making maneuvering easier.

90 cm and 100 cm masts increase angle of attack. They are recommended for experienced wingfoilers, offering greater speed, precision and wing control.

What does HR, HM, UHM mean?

Carbon fiber is characterized by its Young’s modulus, which in simple terms corresponds to its resistance to deformation (rigidity). The higher the Young’s modulus, the stiffer and more expensive the fiber. Today, carbon fibers can be classified in terms of stiffness in the following order:

  • Normal carbon (often referred to as this type of carbon when not specified)
  • Carbon HR (High Resilient)
  • Carbon HM (High Modulus)
  • Carbone UHM (Ultra High Modulus)

A mast is also characterized by its thickness and width (called chord). So, for the same thickness, height and width, a HR carbon mast will be less rigid than a UHM carbon mast.

At the same time, reducing a mast’s thickness and chord will bring more glide. A high-performance mast will seek out these extremes. If you don’t modify the fibers, you lose rigidity. That’s why we work with HM and UHM carbon fibers.

Today, for example, in our range, an HR Carbon, HM Carbon or UHM Carbon mast has the same overall rigidity. However, they have different chords and thicknesses.

Which mast from AFS depending on my practice?

Straps or no straps in wingfoil?

Strapless: freedom

Strapless practice evokes absolute freedom of movement. There are no foot straps, the deck is clear and it’s easier to move around and make transitions.

We often advise beginners to start with strapless in order to find the right position.

Strap: an asset for passing maneuvers

What’s interesting about foot straps is that once you’ve mastered them, you can position them ideally to make sure you’re always in the best place. Foot straps not only enable you to start jumping, but also to pump more dynamically.

F.A.Q.

Foil And Co is the parent company of AFS. Its main mission is to relocate the production of our board sports equipment to France. Today, the company has 42 employees and is based in Brittany. We develop, produce and market under AFS. We also have 2 other brands, AHD and SEALION.

AFS was born within the AHD entity in 2009, with the launch of the first windsurf foil combo (board plus production foil). The historic model is the AFS-1, a foil dedicated to light wind freeride practice, with small sail surfaces (5.5m² in 10 knots of wind). Its field of use was later extended to SUP foils, with the Sealion range of boards, making it the first Stand Up Paddle-compatible foil on the market (2011). 2017 saw the launch of the AFS-2, a new-generation foil developed and manufactured in France. With it, AFS takes off and becomes a fully-fledged entity dedicated to foils. AFS’s vocation is to offer a more high-performance foiling experience, while retaining top-notch accessibility and stability to provide all riders with a safe ride thanks to full carbon construction. Thanks to our know-how and high standards, we are the leading foil manufacturer in France. At AFS, our customers feel they are listened to and supported in their choice.

AFS Advanced is a branch of AFS working on the development of an innovative experience. It’s a concentration of AFS know-how taken to the extreme. Being one step ahead and opening up new horizons in the world of foiling: that’s the role of AFS Advanced. It’s our way of concentrating our know-how and expertise to produce the most advanced designs. It’s the essence and the future of AFS. The essence of our know-how, pushed to the limits of its performance.

Our head office is located in Brittany, more precisely in Pencran, Finistère. We are located Espace Joseph Rolland – 29800 PENCRAN

All AFS foils are manufactured at our company in Pencran, France. All AFS Advanced boards are also made here. Some of our boards are made in Tunisia at Terminatech, as are our covers. Finally, although we haven’t yet managed to make the leap, our wings are now made in China, although all R&D is carried out in-house.

Depending on your size/practice, you’ll find different information on the sheets presenting our ranges directly. If you have the slightest doubt, our team of enthusiasts is at your disposal via the website chat (blue logo) at the bottom of your screen.

All materials shown are in stock. Delivery takes place within 48 hours of the order being placed.

All our products are packed in reinforced cardboard boxes. We ship all over the world, sometimes between distribution, private individuals, boats and planes… All our products are protected with various types of foam.

Don’t hesitate to contact us after 48 hours from the order date if you haven’t heard from us :). To do so, you can write to us directly on our chat page, where a team is at your disposal.

If the delivery has been accepted, simply create a ticket on https://afs-foiling.com/contact. If you have not yet received the order, feel free to unpack the parcel in front of the carrier. In the event of the slightest impact, you can refuse the parcel – no financial charge will be applied. We have insurance for this. A new parcel will then be returned to you.

You can contact our dealer network or our ambassadors. We also organize AFS Days, where you can test all AFS equipment.

You can contact us directly via the website chat where a team of passionate practitioners is on hand to answer your questions. This is the blue icon at the bottom of your screen.

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