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High Performance Wing Foil Foils

Wing foil foils

Find our 3 ranges of foils, for totally different programs

ELITE Carbon Foil | 14 mm

The ultimate performance carbon foil, which gives you unrivalled speed and responsiveness. The 14mm mast is the ultimate for riders looking for speed and the thrill of gliding!

SOLO Carbon Foil | 16 mm

The ultimate all-rounder carbon foil, which guarantees you a smooth glide, greater weight savings and the best versatility. The 16mm mast is the perfect companion for all levels, all disciplines and all terrains!

Spare parts for wing foils

The SROKA range of foils represents the definition of progression in the field, from your first flights to your first victories in competition, the SROKA range will accompany you throughout your journey, in wing, surf foil, dock start… From beginner to expert, you’ll find the right foil for you.

What makes our wing foil foils?

The difference between aluminum and carbon foils

At first glance, what jumps out when looking at our range of foils is the difference in colour. This difference is caused by different building materials.

  • The “green” foils are foils made of aluminium, a material that allows them to be both inexpensive and extremely rigid. Its weak point, the weight and thickness of the mast necessary to fill any type of template from a rigidity point of view.
  • The second, the “black” masts correspond to our
    range of carbon foils
    , a high-end material, especially in our case, the masts are made with a high modulus carbon giving them exceptional characteristics. The advantage of carbon is the weight/stiffness ratio allowing to make masts thinner and therefore with better penetration in the water.

Beyond the price difference, the differences can be counted from the point of view of performance as well as the philosophy of the product. Our elite range gives unique sensations and our aluminium range gives access to practice and our top quality foils at a lower cost.

Compatibility of our foils for your board

SROKA’s desire is to create a common base for aluminium foils as well as carbon foils in order to allow you a unique compatibility!

Since 2021, ALL of our front wings and stabilizers are compatible with all our mast and fuselage models. Choosing a SROKA foil means ensuring your progress without breaking the bank and without worrying about renewing the equipment!

SROKA foil ranges

SROKA has 3 general ranges, one of which is divided. Let’s see all this so that your v-choice or your evolutions are done without any problems and that you enjoy your equipment without any headaches.

The Classic range

These are our beginner foils. It consists of 3 front wing sizes: 2000 cm2, 1750 cm2 and 1500 cm2.

The Control range

The control range is our all-purpose range, it will allow you to carve, progress, enjoy the excellence of the SROKA range with a significant dose of accessibility in addition! It is defined by 2 wings: currently 1250 cm2, 950 cm2 and soon 820 and 680 cm2

The High Aspect range

The high aspect range allows, in large sizes, to have the feeling of an aircraft gliding with an incredible finesse of flight and in small sizes, speed will be part of the game.

The range is divided into three sub-categories

  1. The Wave (W) sub-range for surf foiling allows for better control and efficient pumping.
  2. The Lift sub-range (L) with a profile allowing more power and more forgiveness at low speeds and thus, an easier start in the light wind.
  3. The Speed (S) sub-range with fast profiles allowing access to top riders, spots for small front wings and has an unbridled glide and better sensations in the larger sizes.

SROKA ranges of foil stabilizers

We have chosen to limit our range of stabilizers to 4 models, thus allowing a simpler choice. To adapt to each profile, our stabilizers are equipped with shims allowing them to be adjusted and thus satisfy all your requests for sensations.


Is a carbon foil more efficient than an aluminium foil?

A carbon foil is more efficient than a foil if and only if it provides more rigidity, more nervousness and less thickness (in terms of rope and thickness) in order to reduce the drag of the mast. Indeed, a mast is an emerged part of the foil in the water. It generates drag. If your mast is as thick as an aluminum mast, it won’t be able to perform any better. At best, you’ll gain a little weight, but you won’t have any performance gain. On the other hand, you will have to pay more for your carbon foil without any gain in performance.

So if you want to buy a carbon foil to increase the performance of your foil. You need to be sure that the rope and thickness is minimal (For example on our carbon mast, we have reduced the thickness of our mast by 30% between the Alu and Carbon Elite versions. But this implies that the amount of carbon and the quality of the carbon fibers must be higher. This automatically implies a higher price. In other words, a carbon foil at the price of an aluminum foil will not be more efficient or even less efficient because it is certainly less rigid.

Yes, it is quite possible to start with a carbon foil. Are you going to exploit 100% of the foil in Carbon? Probably not, so if you’re just starting out, you won’t progress faster with a carbon foil than an aluminum foil.

To start with, you will need a foil with a large surface area in front of it, so you will not be able to exploit the speed potential of a very thin carbon mast.

To start wing foiling, you will need a foil that flies at low speed and allows you to leave very early. We recommend that you take a foil around 1750 cm2 for a size of 80 KG.Au over 90 kg, we recommend a foil in 2000 cm2 and if your weight is less than 70 kg, you can start with a 1500 cm2 foil

The size of the mast to start with is around 80 cm

The size of the fuselage should be large enough to provide more stability.

The size of the stabilizer should be large to provide stability at low speeds and allow you to leave very early.

For Carver, the wingspan of the front wings had to be reduced. The greater the aspect ratio, the less your foil will turn. So you need to reduce the wingspan and increase the chord of your front wing. Other parameters also increase manoeuvrability, such as the length of the fuselage. The smaller the fuselage, the easier it will be for your foil to rotate. However, you will lose longitudinal stability.

In the same way, a smaller stabilizer will allow you to turn better.

The Control range will be perfect for carving.

To go fast, whatever the discipline, you have to reduce the drag of the foil in all these aspects.

  • Reduced mast drag. It is therefore necessary for a mast that is thin (around 14 mm or less, with a minimum of rope less than 11cm and rigid)
  • Reduction in front fin area
  • Reduction in the surface area of the stabilizers.

Without these different optimized parameters, you won’t be able to go fast (beyond 27 knots)

But that’s not all, you have to learn to go fast. It’s not intuitive, you have to improve, adjust and know your foil well to be close to the limits of your foil. The equipment will not be enough to go fast. It will also allow you to evaluate your speed and therefore use a GPS to compare when setting different settings.

The HA range will be adapted to go fast.

When downwinding, maximum speed is not the priority. We are more looking for glide and to get a lot of flight time. Therefore, it will be necessary to favor kites with a high aspect ratio to maximize the use of the power of the waves. A decrease in drag with the use of a thin and stiff carbon foil such as the SROKA Carbon Elite 14 mm will be an important advantage to stay in the air for a long time. The front wing can be between 1350 cm2 and 950 cm2 for an average rider. The higher your level, the more you can reduce the size of the front fin. The same goes for the size of the stabilizer.

The HA range will be suitable for downwind

The foil is totally scalable if the interlocking of the front and rear wings remains the same regardless of the carbon or aluminum model and whatever the surface of the fins.

At SROKA, from beginner to perf, you will be able to evolve your foil to continue to progress according to your level. This is not the case with all brands, where you will need to change the fin interlocking system.

Yes and no. Some brands do not guarantee adaptability to different models. At SROKA, we make it a point of honor to allow you to be compatible between the aluminum foil and the carbon foil. Evolve with complete peace of mind according to your progress.

If you stay on the aluminium foil range, you will be able to evolve from the 2000 cm2 to the 560 cm2. The same goes for the carbon version and in the same way you can switch from the aluminium foil to the carbon foil while keeping the same fins.

The carbon foil offers several advantages over aluminum foils. First of all, the carbon foil can be stiffer than aluminum (if and only the mast uses high modulus fibers (better quality), which improves the responsiveness, control and maneuverability of the board. In addition, with a carbon mast you will save a little weight. Finally, carbon is more durable than aluminum, which means it will last longer and require less maintenance. Aluminium, on the other hand, is recyclable.

In summary, the carbon foil is an ideal choice for riders looking for optimal performance. It offers incomparable rigidity, responsiveness and durability compared to aluminum foils. If you’re looking to enhance your riding experience, carbon foil is a great choice.

Maintaining your foil is crucial to ensure its durability and performance. Here are some tips for maintaining your foil:

  1. Rinse your foil with fresh water after each use: This helps remove salt and debris that may accumulate on your foil.
  2. Disassemble your foil regularly: It is important to disassemble your foil regularly to clean the different parts and avoid corrosion. You can use a protective gel to prevent galvanic corrosion.
  3. Dry your foil t