Nalu 90

The smallest wing in our collection. Designed for both lightweight riders in all conditions and riding in large surf, the Nalu was a designed for less lift. When used for Kitefoiling, this low-aspect wing provides maximum control at high speed and smooth carving capabilities, offering the perfect lift and control in light and heavy winds.

Rider profile

  • Lightweight riders, under 140 pounds, this is a must in your quiver. It is also the ideal selection for riders wanting to push the limits in big waves.
  • Kitefoiling: any size rider, all conditions.

Uses:

  • Prone surfing: The surfers dream foil combination with the 24.5″, 28.5″ or 29.5″ masts.
  • Kiteboarding: Go to combination for kiteboarding with the 29.5″ mast.
  • SUP: Small riders 140lbs or less with the 24.5″, 28.5” or 29.5” masts.
  • Wake: Small riders 140lbs or less with the 24.5”, 28.5” or 29.5” masts.
  • Windsurf: Small riders or high winds with the 24.5”, 28.5” or 29.5” masts.

Kai 120

The original surf wing design that started the revolution, the Classic! The Kai 120 provides the highest performance for surfing and aggressive turning with total control and the right amount of lift.

Rider profile

  • The Kai is a must in your quiver in surf for medium weight riders. It is also a good selection for larger riders wanting to ride larger waves.
  • Uses:
    • Prone surfing: A surfers go to foil in combination with the 24.5”, 28.5” or 29.5” masts
    • Kiteboarding: All riders in light to medium winds with the 24.5”, 28.5” or 29.5” masts
    • SUP: A staple wing for SUP in the surf in combination with the 24.5”, 28.5” or 29.5” masts
    • Wake: Small / medium riders with the 24.5”, 28.5” or 29.5” masts.
    • Windsurf: All riders in high winds with the 24.5”, 28.5” or 29.5” masts

Iwa 170

Our most versatile crossover surf wing. The big brother to the Kai, designed to lift more while still maintaining the control and response that the Kai is so well known for in the surf . The Iwa has the broadest range of uses of all our wings.

Rider profile

  • The Iwa is a must in your quiver for surfing
  • Uses:
    • Prone surfing: Larger rider or super small surf conditions in combination with the 28.5” masts.
    • SUP: A staple wing in combination with the 24.5″, 28.5″ or 29.5″ masts.
    • Wake:
    • Windsurf:
    • Downwind: Experienced smaller riders with the 29.5” mast.

Maliko 200

Our primary downwind wing. Designed for endless glides on open ocean bumps. The larger surface area of the Maliko 200 makes it the primary choice of those riders looking to take downwinders to the next level. The stability of this design also makes it a great choice for the beginner that eventually wants to get in to downwinders. Harness the freedom of gliding down miles of open ocean swell without the need of a breaking wave! Surf, SUP, Downwind, Wake, Kite, Windsurf.

Maliko 280

The largest wing in the collection! The high lift and larger surface area of the Maliko 280 makes it best suited for slower speeds. It is the ideal choice for lighter wind conditions and larger riders looking to take on down wind foiling. Harness the freedom of gliding down miles of open ocean swell without the need of a breaking wave! The stability of this design also makes it a great choice for the heavier beginner. The M280 is the easiest foil to learn behind a boat or jet ski as it provides lift at very slow speeds for added confidence and safety. SUP, Downwind

Front Wing Construction:

  • 100% carbon pre-preg skins with epoxy polymer hybrid core, integral cone connection for maximum strength, all cured at 250° F in an autoclave at very high pressure.

Features Include:

  • Significant reinforcements: solid carbon at the wing tips, leading edge and trailing edge for robust durability when handling on the beach and installing the wings.
  • High strength / weight ratio which means the wings float!
  • Cone system attachment allows the rider to have a stable reliable connection between fuselage and wing.

Rear Wing Construction

  • 100% pre-preg carbon fiber laid up in a solid monolithic structure, cured to 250° F in an autoclave at very high pressure.
  • Cone system attachment allows the rider to have a stable reliable connection between fuselage and wing.