JET MA SEMI-COMPLETE
Foil Surfing/Wake Foiling/Wing-Surfing
The all-new MA Foil design marries the proven DNA of the successful Naish HA series with a medium aspect ratio (’MA’) planform. The reduced span results in faster, more responsive turning while the global geometry delivers the perfect balance of early takeoff, roll stability, and pitch control at speed. The truncated wingtip concept provides the maximum possible glide for the reduced span, making maneuvers effortless while significantly reducing drag for higher top speeds — the bluntness of the tip is also an important safety feature. The result is a foil that is both easy to ride and yet offers top performance for riders pushing the limits with jumping and maneuvers.
- Jet MA Front Wing
- Stabilizer HA
- 64 cm Fuselage
- 5x 20 mm M6/4x 30 mm M6 + T Nuts
- EVA Wing Covers
- Carry Case
- 100% Pre-preg 3K High Gloss Carbon Fiber Front Wing and Stabilizer
- CNC Precision Cut Lightweight Aluminum Fuselage with Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel M6 Helicoils for the Front Wing and Stabilizer Connection
- Stainless Steel M6 Torx T30 Hardware for all Screwed Connections
Naish Wing-Surfer Matador LT S26
The Matador LT takes the Wingsurfer Matador and makes it even leaner and meaner. With the same basic outline, shape, and overall structure of the Matador, the Matador LT remains a powerful and stable wing. But sometimes less is more. For an even lighter overall weight, the Matador LT comes with a window-free canopy and with no removable Y-Handles. Strut shape and diameter have been modified to provide even tighter canopy tension and an additional boost in overall power. Where the Matador has five individual strut handles, two in the front and three in the back, the LT has only three – wide ergonomic grab handles. If you want all the power and stability, but with the minimum swing weight possible for flagging on bumps, swells, and waves, the Matador LT does more with less!
- Windowless Version
- Deep locked in draft for instant power
- Neoprene ”knuckle guard” under center grab handles
- Packs up small
- 3 Wide Ergonomic Handles
- Optimized dihedral for luffing and flagging
- Inflated Structure – no hard surfaces or hardware
- Drawstring bag with pump storage feature
HOVER WING FOIL CARBON ULTRA
Our last generation of Hover Wing Foil boards instantly set the standard in design, construction, and weight for the category. This new range of boards is perfectly suited for wing surfing, or to be used as a SUP foil board, SUP downwind foil board, or prone foil surf. Changes include a more overall rail curve in the outline, slightly narrower tail, increased nose rocker, and more pronounced bottom shaping and concave. Multiple foot strap insert positions, including wider stance options, give riders the opportunity to choose between a windsurfing style, double front strap setup, or a single surf style setup. The 60 L, 50 L, and 40 L boards are well suited for surf foiling. The rocker is perfectly balanced so the board flies smoothly parallel to the water surface. Track boxes have been moved further back to better match with the multitude of different foils that riders may pair with the boards. The increased tail kick behind foil boxes combined with the beveled rail guarantees easy take-offs and sufficient clearance in turns.
The carbon ultra layup, which now includes extra rail cap reinforcements and Kevlar patches in high-stress areas, gives these boards the lightweight edge, minimizing swing weight and enhancing overall performance.
The board selector below is a rough guide to help determine Hover Wing Foil board size based on rider weight and skill level. We consider a “beginner” a rider who has no previous board sport experience.
Keep in mind that additional factors, such as wind conditions, foil, and Wing-Surfer size will play an important role in the selection of the right board size.
Generally, we recommend erring on the side of a floatier board with a volume that matches rider weight (for example, an 80-kilo/176-pound rider will need at least an 80 L board or larger). Riding a “sinker” will work in locations with steady, strong winds, while floatier boards prove to be a safer choice as they allow the rider to get back to shore even if the wind drops under a foilable limit.