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New Neil Pryde wings video

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Created by Piros > 9 months ago, 1 Jun 2019
Camarillo
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11 Jan 2020 2:26PM
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underwater said..
Do you reckon the XL will be useful for wing foiling on less windy days? we get a lot of days here in the 8-12 knot range.



Yes, very useful, my Axis S1020 ,which is the same size, gets me flying in very light winds.
I just need a 12 knots gust and once flying I glide and pump to stay up in 8-10 knots, even going upwind.
This with an F-One Swing 5.0 , I weigh 85 kg/185 lbs.
You do have to learn to pump though, with your wing and board simultaneously.

Clamsmasha
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11 Jan 2020 4:48PM
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Camarillo said..

underwater said..
Do you reckon the XL will be useful for wing foiling on less windy days? we get a lot of days here in the 8-12 knot range.




Yes, very useful, my Axis S1020 ,which is the same size, gets me flying in very light winds.
I just need a 12 knots gust and once flying I glide and pump to stay up in 8-10 knots, even going upwind.
This with an F-One Swing 5.0 , I weigh 85 kg/185 lbs.
You do have to learn to pump though, with your wing and board simultaneously.


Hey Camarillo,

How is the S wing holding up? They are a thing of beauty, just curious about lifespan..

Camarillo
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11 Jan 2020 9:19PM
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Clamsmasha said..

Camarillo said..


underwater said..
Do you reckon the XL will be useful for wing foiling on less windy days? we get a lot of days here in the 8-12 knot range.





Yes, very useful, my Axis S1020 ,which is the same size, gets me flying in very light winds.
I just need a 12 knots gust and once flying I glide and pump to stay up in 8-10 knots, even going upwind.
This with an F-One Swing 5.0 , I weigh 85 kg/185 lbs.
You do have to learn to pump though, with your wing and board simultaneously.



Hey Camarillo,

How is the S wing holding up? They are a thing of beauty, just curious about lifespan..


We are using them almost every day now the last 6 weeks, in light wind but also in downwinders with wind gusting up to 40 knots and when the waves are to big we go to a lake and they are holding up just fine, no signs of wear yet...
We have 4 sizes : 2.8 3.5 4.2 and 5.0 so not all off them get used every day...
Our windsurfgear is collecting dust!!

underwater
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12 Jan 2020 8:18PM
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Thanks Camarillo, thats exactly what i was hoping to learn.

MLB007
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23 Jan 2020 3:38PM
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Camarillo said..

underwater said..
Do you reckon the XL will be useful for wing foiling on less windy days? we get a lot of days here in the 8-12 knot range.




Yes, very useful, my Axis S1020 ,which is the same size, gets me flying in very light winds.
I just need a 12 knots gust and once flying I glide and pump to stay up in 8-10 knots, even going upwind.
This with an F-One Swing 5.0 , I weigh 85 kg/185 lbs.
You do have to learn to pump though, with your wing and board simultaneously.


Well sounds like I need an XL then as we are 5-10 knots all summer and I'm 90kg

MLB007
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23 Mar 2020 10:37PM
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Any word on these???? Frustrating that they still aren't available yet with spring coming hard.

flkiter
66 posts
23 Mar 2020 11:33PM
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I stopped holding my breath on getting an XL wing but if this part works then it'll be a game changer for np foil owners
www.instagram.com/p/B-E66YFjJsk/?igshid=1dlohoych2746

MLB007
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25 Mar 2020 10:49AM
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I stopped holding my breath on getting an XL wing but if this part works then it'll be a game changer for np foil owners
www.instagram.com/p/B-E66YFjJsk/?igshid=1dlohoych2746


That'd be nice. What's that wing cost?

exiled
297 posts
25 Mar 2020 11:04AM
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I emailed NP about the availability of the Med Slim awhile back and they said that the wings were about three weeks out before the factory in China was shut down due to COVID-19. So even if the factories spooled back up today it would still be another three weeks.

flkiter
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25 Mar 2020 12:02PM
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www.surffx.com.au/product/axis-surf-foil-wings/
I like the 1000 for winging and the 1010 for sup and prone
For super small surf, big guys and beginners the 1020 is great and awesome for learning to wing



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