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All rigid wing foil boards

Are you looking for a rigid board for Wing Foil that will give you great ease of progression with an excellent  build quality? You’ve come to the right place! At SROKA Company, we are proud to offer a wide range of hard boards that offer exceptional performance and unmatched product quality. We support you from beginner to expert level.

Our boards are designed with the best materials to ensure optimal rigidity and long-term durability. Our boards are constructed in Fiberglass Sandwich, or Full Carbon Sandwich depending on the model. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced rider, our boards are designed to meet your needs and provide you with a unique flying experience.

We offer a variety of templates to suit all levels and practices. Whether you’re looking for a board for wingfoil in flat water or wingsurfing in the waves, we’ve got you covered. 

We also have beginner-friendly  boards with more volume and length that will allow you to start very early with maximum stability.

At SROKA Company, we are passionate about wingfoil and pride ourselves on offering top quality products to our customers. We are confident that our hard boards offer the best performance and quality on the market at a reasonable price.

In addition to our boards, we also offer a full range of foils, ranging from aluminium foils to high-end carbon foils for wingfoil, as well as kites, covers or leashes for boards and impact vests. 

We are your one-stop shop for everything you need to enhance your foiling experience.

If you’re looking for hard Wing Foil boards that offer exceptional performance and unmatched product quality, look no further than SROKA Company. We are here to help you find the perfect board to meet your needs and provide you with a unique flying experience.


What size board should I choose to start with?

Wing beginners need to have a positive volume balance to float easily and have stability. To calculate the volume needed, you need to add your weight to that of the board and make sure that the result is less than the volume of the board. If you are not sure of your footing or if you are not very sporty, it is recommended to take a little more volume and width. To be comfortable, we advise you to gain a volume of about your weight ++20 to +30. For example, if you weigh 80 kg, you can take a board that weighs about 107 L.

A 65 kg jig will start on a 94 L board.

A 90 kg jig will start on a 120 L board

As a reminder, a volume is characterized by 3 dimensions length X width X thickness.

So don’t think only in terms of volume but also in terms of length and width of the board.

The length of the board will give you glide to accelerate easily. So don’t neglect the board length.

If you have an intermediate level and want maximum responsiveness, you can sublitrate the board by a few liters compared to your level. To calculate the volume needed, subtract 10 liters from your weight. For example, for a size of 80 kg, you can take the 4’8 Sky Rider (67 L) or the 5’2 Sky Rider (77 L).

However, it’s important not to focus solely on volume when choosing a board. It is also essential to check all dimensions. For example, a 5’2″ board with a width of 26.5″ will provide great stability compared to a 5’2″ board with a width of 24″ and equivalent volume. If the width is reduced, the thickness needs to be increased, which can reduce stability. Therefore, it is important to consider all dimensions when choosing a board.

If you’re a wingfoil expert, we recommend taking a look at the Elite Superfly range. This range of boards is designed for experienced riders and offers a lower volume to get you into water start mode early. The volume is recently centered in the center of the board, allowing you to start earlier with less volume. Try this range and you’ll be blown away by the results. With 80 kg and the 4’6 in 38l you can set sail from 15 knots of wind.

We build planks so that it is as durable as possible over time. We have reinforced all the impact areas and important areas to have the minimum of problems. To do this, we have two types of construction.

The sky rider version in a fiberglass sandwich version with carbon reinforcement

The Elite range is built in full carbon sandwich with 3 layers of carbon on the rails. The objective of this range is to bring you a light but very stiff and solid construction allowing you to jump, surffoil, wingfoiler with a product that is as responsive and solid as possible.

Depending on your level and size, the size of the foil differs.

At SROKA we produce 2 types of foil. Carbon foils from the Elite or Solo range. They are constructed of Full Carbon High Modulus M40 J. For more For more information, go to this link: Elite Carbon Mast and Aluminum Foils which are very efficient and stiff but will be more affordable in terms of price.

To start, you don’t need carbon foils, aluminum masts and fuselages are perfectly adapted.

As a general rule: a beginner will use large foils between 1500 and 2000 cm2. Then, depending on your level, you can reduce the size of the front and rear fin to increase the glide, go faster and be more responsive on the water.

The SROKA range ranges from foils in 2000 cm2 to 670 cm2.

If you don’t have straps, position your foil in the middle of your US rails and shift your feet on the board if necessary. Generally, the back foot is close to the mast and the front foot is shoulder-width apart. If you add straps, you’ll need to adjust your stance. We advise you to start by putting only the front straps on to secure yourself properly and adjust your foil if necessary in the US rails. If you’re balanced on both feet, that’s great. If you have too much pressure on the front leg, move your foil back. If you have too much pressure on the back leg, move your foil forward. When you’re properly adjusted, add the rear footstraps.

Absolutely, you can improve the performance of your foil by decreasing the size of the rear fin, stabilizer, mast or fuselage. You don’t need to change everything. At first, you can simply change the front fin and your foil will be completely transformed in terms of performance.

You can use a foot leash or belt leash to stay in contact with your board when you fall into the water. The leash is your lifeline, so don’t forget that.

We recommend that you do not use footstraps when you are new to wingfoil. By staying free and moving your footing on the board, you will have more ease and ease. Once you’ve mastered the different maneuvers, you can add footstraps for a multiplied sensation.