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Imagine flying like a bird over water. We don’t surf the wave anymore, but the swell! No need to wait for perfect conditions for surfing, all board sports with a wing foil board open up an infinite number of spots and sessions. No need to wait for the storm to get sensations. Indeed, from 7 or 8 knots of wind, you will be able to sail in
, Windfoil or Kitefoil and feel the expression of total freedom.

The foil is similar to an airplane flying underwater, which generates a hydrodynamic lifting force that lifts the rider on its support. Indeed, like an airplane that solicits the suction force of air molecules, the fin uses the suction of water molecules. The density is higher than that of air, which increases the upward suction effect even more with speed. The fins are parallel to the board, while the mast is perpendicular, which allows you to act on your Foil by simply pressing your feet on the board. The support can be a foil board, a kitesurfing twin tip, a Stand Up Paddle, a surfboard or a Wind Surf or Wind Foil board. Thanks to this, it is possible to fly over the swell, to move from one wave to another, partially or totally out of the water. In order to have all the keys in hand to make your session a success, we invite you to discover how this tool works in our
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The hydrofoil was originally on navigation boats, and Éric Tabarly, a French sailor, was the precursor of the concept! The concept then briefly appeared in surf-towing, before developing considerably on the Hawaiian and French coasts in the 2000s with Kite Foil, notably thanks to Laird Hamilton, Paolo Rista and Dave Kamala. Foil has revolutionized all board sports, and there is no doubt that this practice will be the trend for decades to come.

It has the undeniable advantage of offering the possibility of multiplying the number of waves surfed during a session! Even in unsurfable conditions, you will be able to sail and surf. It is now suitable for all disciplines, from offshore racing to board sports:
Kite Foil
Surf Foil
SUP Foil
Wind Foil
Wake Foil
or Wing Foil, the latest addition to the world of surfing.

Inspired by nature, we fly, surf and row with our products developed on the Breton coast. Designed for you: quality products, at affordable prices, and that last over time.

SROKA Company is a Breton brand developed by Bruno Sroka, 3 times kitesurfing world champion and the first man to have crossed Cape Horn in a kite. Born from the desire to share its passion while developing quality and durable products over time, SROKA Company manufactures board equipment such as Kitesurfing and WindFoil, KiteFoil, SurfFoil, SUPfoil, WingFoil, and Inflatable Stand-Up-Paddle. Our approach: to make board sports accessible, by offering the best products at the best price. That’s why each of them is extensively tested and approved by our team on the Breton coast.

Join the family of board sports enthusiasts. Welcome to Sroka.


Wingfoil, or wingsurfing, is the latest board sports. We use a foil board (inflatable or hard) with a very light inflatable wing and a foil to fly over the water and surf. The practice is at the crossroads of kitesurfing, surfing and windsurfing. Very accessible, its modern form appeared around 2019 and is growing exponentially.

Wing foil is a discipline that combines the sensations of surfing, kitesurfing and windsurfing, while offering specific advantages. Here are some of the benefits of wing foiling:

  • Simple and light equipment : wing foil is practiced with a foil board and an inflatable kite that you hold at arm’s length. The gear is easy to transport, inflate and store. It takes up little space and remains lightweight.
  • Freedom and versatility on the water : the wing foil allows you to sail on all types of water, whether at sea, in lakes or rivers. It is possible to neutralize the kite in an instant and go from a wing foil practice to a surf foil practice, which is for us the best feeling.
  • An accessible and fun practice : wing foil is a discipline that is aimed at all levels, from beginner to advanced. All you need is a minimum of balance and coordination to get started.
  • A workout for the whole body : Wing foil engages all the muscles of the body, including the abdominals, backs, arms and legs. It helps strengthen muscles, endurance and flexibility.

As you can see, wing foil is a board sport that has many advantages. If you want to learn or improve your skills in wing foiling, do not hesitate to check out our range of products Wing Foil, designed with quality materials and adapted to your needs, or to consult Our Blog, where you will find tutorials for Start Wing Foil, buying guides, spot recommendations, or all our news.

Even if the average speeds are lower than in kitesurfing and windsurfing, with the right equipment it becomes quite possible to exceed 20 or even 25 knots in wingfoil. For example, the maximum speed of our front wing starting at 1750 was measured at nearly 20 knots. Our performance models like the 670 (coming soon) or the 950 High Aspect are much faster.

First of all, you need a minimum of speed to go upwind in a wing foil. Once you’re on a steady cruising pace, tilt your shoulders back slightly and angle your board with a gentle heel rest. Step back and edge the wing at the same time so that it is facing you. Keep your eyes on course. The back foot may be a little further back than in a beam position in the wind.

Be careful not to over-edge the wing or press too the back foot: you lose power and speed or you end up facing the wind.

Having a long mast (90cm) helps to go upwind, because you can take more angle with the foil.

The leash is an essential accessory for wing foil safety. You must have a wing leash and a board leash. The wing leash should be elastic so that your arm doesn’t hurt when you let go of the wing. It should be long enough to maneuver freely but shouldn’t be dragging in your face either. It’s best to avoid leashes like those used in surfing, as they can come back in your face when pumping. For the board leash, anything is possible as long as the accessory is solid (at least 6mm thick). If straight leashes work, prefer coiled leashes (or telephones) that don’t drag in the water, or even hip leashes for ultimate comfort and safety.

Yes, you can surf in a wing foil. In fact, it’s the best in the business. It is possible to sail back up to the peak without getting tired on the foil, then jib to catch a wave like in surfing. We then put the wing in a neutral position by holding it by the handle on the leading edge, and all that’s left to do is enjoy pure surfing sensations!

To start in waves, we look for waves that don’t break. The longer, the better. The ideal wave size to start wing foil surfing is between 40 and 80cm approximately, then you can increase as much as the equipment and level follow!

You can do wing in all possible spots as long as they are safe. You don’t want to start with an onshore wind and an unfavourable current. Watch out for crowded spots. It’s best to find out beforehand. Otherwise, the spots are countless.

In the south, we have La Grande Motte, La Ciotat, Pointe Rouge, Hyères… Then the Basque Country for those who love surfing. The lakes of the East are not to be outdone with Annecy, Lake Geneva, Monteynard… The entire Atlantic coast is also full of spots, from La Baule to Belgium via Brittany, which offers both surfing and flats. For example, we have Carnac, the harbour of Brest, the Crozon peninsula…

Outside France, the Canary Islands are a very fashionable destination with conditions always at the rendezvous and for all tastes. Check out the guides to the best wing foil spots here:

To discover all the new articles about the best wing foil spots, check out our blog and use the “destinations and spot” button to narrow down your search.

At SROKA we offer you ready-to-use complete packages
from 1499 euros
, including a wing kite, an inflatable wingfoil board, a foil and all the necessary accessories. Our products are designed with the best materials and construction on the market, to guarantee you optimal performance and maximum durability.

We also have other more expensive packs , suitable for more experienced riders or thrill seekers. You can discover our full range of wingfoil equipment on our website or contact us for more information.

There are many brands of wing on the market. You will say to me: they all look the same? From the outside, you will have a lot of difficulty to see the different ones. However, between the wingspan, the hollow of the wing, the fall tensions, the lightness, the solidity, the nervousness, the ability to accelerate, the ease of dumping… There are many differences that are visible from the outside but that will be felt enormously when sailing.

To sum up, there are two trends in the use of materials. On the leading edge of the wing, we use either Dacron to see good performance characteristics while maintaining a price accessible. Either we use alulla or dynema on the leading edge of the wing to gain raider and therefore pumping efficiency. We chose to use the Dynéma for the entire inflatable structure, which allows us to increase the pressures and maintain a lower tube size than the Dacron.

In the same way, the canopy uses different materials. There are differences in spinnaker quality. The thicker the spinnaker, the stiffer it will be and the more durable it will be over time. But it will be heavier. So you have to play on a famous mix between weight, rigidity, and durability.

In terms of performance. The profile is the first point that will determine the wingfoil performance. Some wings leave very early but quickly saturate with speed. Others are more geared towards going fast.

Our goal was to create a versatile wing that would allow you to combine a relatively early start but provide a nice feeling of speed. The V4 will be perfect for anyone looking for a good 4×4 wing. The V4 Elite will be designed for those who want to go for more performance by having a faster, thinner wing with less drag.

First of all, you have to be aware that these are different sports. There are bridges between these different sports that allow for faster learning, but the sensations are different. That said, Wing Foil is the evolution of all these sports. He takes the best of each sport and makes a new one. It reaps the benefits of each. It’s easy to set up, it doesn’t require a lot of space or hardware. What’s more, everything fits in a car, so it makes it easier to organize practice. AND with the right equipment you can sail from 6 knots of wind up to 40 knots. In a nutshell, Wing foil Brings very similar sensations, but with a simple and easy practice.

Kitesurfing requires more room to take off, this will force you to move to a spot with more room. Windsurfing will also bring beautiful But it will require more time to organize, it takes up more space, it’s heavier…..

The Wing foil is the simple machine par excellence that allows you to have fun, to take a lot of pleasure with the minimum of constraint.

Learning the Foil Wing is remarkably quick and easy. Individuals with experience in quitting and/or windsurfing, can master this discipline easily and very quickly. Starting out in wing foil is very easy and will allow you to have a lot of fun very quickly, even in the learning phase.

Of course, learning will depend on your past and your ability to learn easily and quickly, but also in the conditions in which you will start. Ideally, you should look for a relatively flat body of water, with a wind of around 15-20 knots.

Learning with an instructor can speed things up and allow you to progress faster and thus evolve quickly.

Once you have mastered navigation, learning the jibe in Wing will allow you to change in direction flight. This Jibe is much easier when Kitesurfing or Windsurfing, for example.

Learning the Foil Wing is probably the easiest of all board sports. And trust me, the popularity of the Foil Wing has only just begun!

If you need more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.