Pics: James Jagger, Nick Kingston. Stall speed of your wind foil wing – particularly the front wing – plays a big part in initial foiling gybe success. Mor specifically how slow you can go whilst keeping in flight. This article originally appeared in Windsurfing UK’s printed magazine but can now be found on windfoilzone.com.
Romain Jourdan of windfoilzone.com spent the summer getting to grips with Ezzy’s windfoil specific sail the Hydra. Featuring both Ezzy’s 5m and 7m version this is what Romain had to say. Words: Romain Jourdan Pics: Jean-Luc Boulland The Ezzy Hydra was launched at the end of 2018 and created a lot of noise in the windsurf community due […]
After many hours of frustration searching the web trying to find information about windfoiling Romain Jourdan decided to start Windfoilzone.com, a website dedicated to foil windsurfing and partner of Windsurfing UK Magazine. ‘I was sick of looking through forums and many websites with only titbits and small pieces of information about windfoiling. I understood that there may be a need […]
Pic: James Jagger If you’ve got to grips with the basics of windfoiling, most likely in moderately strong winds, then you’re probably looking to lift off in lighter airs. Read more about flying your foil in lower wind speeds by following the link below to the Windfoil Zone article – Windsurf foiling tips: getting up and flying in light airs […]