The Made in France Wing Foil Board
The ARIA 5’8” is one of the most exciting additions to our wing foil range.
A first. This new shape is opening the doors for wing foilers who want a rigid board at an affordable price.
Featuring durable, lightweight ACE-TEC technology, this board is built to last. This is the result of our 40 years of experience in windsurfing. Its shape has been thoroughly challenged and tested by our team in all conditions, in locations throughout Brittany, France.
The result? The Aria 5’8” is very stable, even when off the foil, allowing easy paddling and smooth lift off. Its compact shape (full nose outline and straight tail rocker) ensures the stability of the board without sacrificing its performance. The two channels on the deck add rigidity to the board while making it easy to grab. The rear foil placement and bottom chine provide easy lift-off and forgiveness during touchdowns.
The double-slotted box allows for more secure mounting of the foil, and the high quality brushed EVA pad provides unmatched grip in turns. The narrower foot-strap placement is ideal for controlling the foil during powerful maneuver.
It is the best wing foil board for progressing and discovering new soaring thrills.
- ACE-TEC TECHNOLOGY for lightweight and durability
- FULL NOSE OUTLINE AND STRAIGHT TAIL ROCKER providing stability while paddling and touchdowns
- BOTTOM CHINE for smooth lift-off and better glide
- REAR FOIL PLACEMENT AND VOLUME DISTRIBUTION for easy launching
- NARROWER FOOT STRAP PLACEMENT for wing foiling and more dynamic turning
- DOUBLE-SLOTTED FIN BOX TRACKS FOR PLATE MOUNT SYSTEM for secure mounting of foil
- BRUSHED EVA DECK PAD for traction and grip Kicktail pad Assist with turning
Foiling watersports can be very dangerous and impose physical demands on your body. Anyone thinking of learning to wingfoil must understand that this kind of sport can lead to physical injury, even death. Please read the safety advice and instructions carefully before using this product. Everyone using this product must recognize the risks inherent in foiling sports.