With wingfoiling, “bad conditions” are a thing of the past. In particular, for kitesurfing, often the conditions of the day or the characteristics of a spot can be deemed “unkiteable”, i.e. too gusty or too light, too sketchy due to obstacles in the water or on the beach, or if the area to self-launch is to small and there’s nobody to help you. Well, get into wingfoiling and “bad conditions” will turn into some of the most fun days you’ve ever had on the water!
Unless you want to specialize in only one aspect of wingfoiling like proper wave riding in large waves, or extreme freestyle moves, wingfoiling equipment in general, is extremely versatile. You only need one board, one or two wings and you’re set to cover pretty much all conditions and disciplines: Flatwater cruising, jumping, wave riding, downwinders….