“Winging” with a Foilboard

When winging, the rider holds a wing that acts similar to a sail. In most cases, these wings are are similar to an inflatable kite. Most wings take their shape and rigidity once fully they are fully inflated. Other models have a physical boom structure to increase its stiffness. The rider stands on a board and uses the wing to harness wind energy which in turn, powers them along. Compared to a windsurfing or sailing, the wing/sail is not attached to board but the rider holds the wing with his hands. That makes it an extremely free-flowing sport and is part of the reason so many people love it. Many people practice this with a stand up paddleboard or surfboard with enough buoyancy.

Wingfoiling we call it when the rider uses a board with foil attached to it.

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