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- Kiting since: 2000
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- Local Beach: Cumbuco, Brazil
Barra do Cauipe, Brazil
- Favorite Beaches: same
- Style: Airstyle
- Gear: Rebel 2015 18
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- Location: World (KF Admin)
We are happy to share our newest additions to the Naish lineup - our new Wing-Surfer, Hover Wing Foil Boards, and Foil Range 2021.
For more information on the new Naish line please visit www.naish.com
Meet the new Wing-Surfer. We've taken everything we've learned from this new, evolving sport and designed a wing with all of the features that you'll need to stay stoked session after session.
HOVER WING FOIL BOARD
A perfect match for our Wing-Surfer, and an equally great choice for SUPing and prone foiling, the Hover Wing Foil is the perfect versatile board for your quiver.
JET, JET HA, WIND/WING, AND KITE FOIL RANGE
Meet the new Naish foil range - the Jet, Jet HA, Wind/Wing, and Kite foils. Our modular system allows you to mix and match to create your perfect setup for your exact needs. With our expansive new range, you're sure to find the foil to match your style.
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Thanks for sharing. Here, you can also see all available colour codes:
The LE Black is a limited edition where Naish goes back to the skull that had been abandoned for other products. I like the black version with a little blue best.
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- Joined: Sat Mar 19, 2016 11:20 pm
- Kiting since: 2015
- Local Beach: Ngati Toa, Plimmerton, Titahi Bay, Waikanae, Petone, Seatoun, Lyall Bay, Eastbourne, Lake Wairarapa
- Favorite Beaches: Plimmerton
- Style: Wave, jump
- Gear: Late model Switch kites element and nitros,
DIY CAD ultra-concave wave twintips 1500 and 130mm with my own fin designs. Easy upwind, awesome carving. Switch Nitro 10m V7, Naish 5.3m Wing. Now focussing on Wingsurfing to rise to a new challenge. Building my own foils from my CAD design and 3D prints, built a CNC machine last year and now cutting designs with CNC as well as 3D printing.
Up to 3 DIY foil designs built and getting the hang of wingsurf foiling as we switch into 2021.
- Location: Porirua New Zealand
I think the most important thing to note is that the new S26 wings have more thickness and so they will now be more comparable to other wings for power to Sq M area. The S24 is a bit flat. And definitely a good little trick to make the Y handles removable, I'm a bit mystified why some manufacturers are still producing wings with short under handles though... The S26 has fewer handles which is good but I don't see why they couldn't combine 4 under handles into 2 under handles.
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