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Wing foil at the best price

Find below our wings for wing foiling as well as the adapted pump and backpack (bag included in the price of our Sroka V3 wing wing).

Wingfoil is a small revolution in board sports. With its wing, independent of the board, you will be able to move on snow, skateboard or water. Paired with a foil, you’ll be able to fly over the swell and surf swell trains. Wingfoil and the combination of several disciplines. The foil is similar to an “underwater” aircraft, generating hydrodynamic lift, allowing the rider to take off. The wing is the main engine of the wingfoil. So choosing a good wing is fundamental to make the most of all the conditions.

Not all wings are created equal. Some are very powerful, generate a lot of power but don’t accelerate. others are too soft, or with a very soft fall. In short, the wing wing is an engineering gem designed to harness the force of the wind and propel the rider above the water thanks to the foil under the board.

Designing a good kite is very complicated because unlike a foil where you can easily control the dimensions and profiles. A wing is made by assembling different materials with different flexibility, different rigidities that lead to tension in certain places or a modification of the profiles and therefore performance. So unfortunately, designing a really good wing requires time and a lot of prototyping.

There are different materials to build a wing.

  1. The leading edge: you can use dacron, dyneema, alula, hookipa and many other materials. What determines the choice of one option over another is rigidity, price and ease of implementation. At SROKA, we have opted for two different materials: dacron for the V4 range and dyneema for the V4 Elite range. In this last range, we will focus on glide of flight and rigidity, which the dyneema can do easily.
  2. The canopy or spinnaker. In the same way, there are different qualities of spinnaker possible. This quality is proportional to the stiffness, weight of the material and its elasticity. In short, the lighter you are, the more flexible and elastic you are. So we lose pumping efficiency and service life. Our Elite range uses reinforced spinnakers and on the standard range we use spinnakers common to all brands which guarantee a good quality/price ratio.

The wing wings inflate to a specific pressure, ensuring optimal rigidity as well as a stable airfoil profile. This pressure depends on the materials used on the leading edge and the center batten. Equipped with rigid grips, these wings allow the rider to have maximum control of the sail and control the power more easily.


There is no age limit to start wingfoiling. Wingfoil does not require force like in windsurfing for example, wingfoil is a sport that is done with flexibility and finesse. It doesn’t require great physical conditions to start wingfoiling. This practice is accessible to all ages, levels and sizes. You don’t need a lot of marine experience either. And what’s more, the whole family can get into it. From 7 to 77 years old, everyone can practice. Progression is quick and easy. In 3-4 hours of practice, you will start to feel your first flights.

There is no season for wingfoil, wingfoil is practiced all year round depending on your local weather conditions. Wingfoil does not require strong winds, from 7-8 knots you can have fun and glide easily. Plus, the wingfoil is easily transportable, so it’s the perfect holiday companion.

Wingfoil does not require any special skills to learn. Indeed, even if it is preferable to have a minimum of marine experience in order to be more peaceful at the beginning of the progression. A person without any marine experience will be able to fully learn wingfoil with ease.

The maximum speed reached in wingfoil is 37.9 knots over 1 second, or 70.17 km/h perched 1 meter above the water. To go at this speed, the rider used a kitefoil foil from the Olympics.

The size of the kite depends on the rider’s weight and wind conditions as well as their technical level. In other words, if a 55kg rider sails in 4m2, the 85kg rider sails with a 6m2 in the same conditions. It is recommended to opt for a quiver of at least 2 sails, to cover the largest possible range of use. The most commonly used quivers are 5 and 3.4 or 3.4 and 4.5 or 6 m and 4’5m depending on the size, weather conditions and preferences of each person. It is important to choose a quality wing, although at first glance all wings may seem similar but this is not the case.

Developing a good wing requires a lot of work. The SROKA wing V4 is the result of a constant search for excellence on the part of the Sroka team throughout the year. Customer feedback on the 3 previous versions and hundreds of prototypes makes it one of the most versatile sails on the market.

The maintenance of the wing is fundamental to keep your sail over time. Indeed, it is recommended to rinse your sail with fresh water after each session and to dry it in order to limit the wear and tear of it. If you can’t dry it completely, don’t rinse your kite. Also, do not store sails wet or full of sand.

Attach your wing properly when left on the beach to prevent it from flapping or flying off a foil and tearing.