About this Collection
The specialist small wave prone foil.
This unique design features a dihedral, or V–shape where the foil joins the mast. When the foil is rolled over in a turn, this has the effect of reducing lift generated from the opposite side of the foil, as it will be on a more vertical angle. This greatly assists tight carving and loose turning when Prone, SUP, Wing, Wind, Tow or Kite foiling.
The foil section is the same as the PNG (thinner, high camber), further maximising its small or slow wave prowess and ability to achieve the holy grail – pumping back out and straight onto the next wave.
SP is not only for small wave riding. These wings are tons of fun for winging (SP860), windsurfing, kiting or behind the boat. When super loose riding is what you are looking for, the SP wings make it all possible.
860, 760, 660
Other than prone, the AXIS SP 860 carbon wing is a fantastic wave and cruise style kite foiling wing for lighter days. You can ride is as slow as you want, turns on a dime, and you can still push it on those faster downwinders. A perfect one wing kite setup which excels in the lightest of the wind.
The SP 860 can also be high performance SUP wing for bigger days or lighter riders. And if it gets really windy, the SP 860 can be the surfiest Wing Surfing wing you have ever used.
- WINGSPAN: 860mm (34 inches)
- CHORD: 180mm (7.08 inches)
- ACTUAL AREA 1293 square cm / 200 square inches
- PROJECTED AREA: 1212 square cm / 188 square inches
- VOLUME: 1700 cubic cm / 104 cubic inches
Prone foiling medium / small waves. Kite Foiling freeride or waves in might or medium winds. SUP foiling on bigger days. Wing surfing on bigger days
The AXIS SP 760 Carbon front wing was designed with Surf Foiling in mind. As the medium size of the new Surf Series wings, the 760 allows you to handle more juice in bigger and steeper conditions, while maintain control and loose turning. The 760 will be your choice when the waves are sucky and steep or close together with lots of link ups. Full skatepark mode.
Both the SP 760 and SP 860 (the bigger wing of the series), sit very well in the pocket. They don't blast you too far out, like some other wings do. These are true surf wings with good pumpability.
You can throw the Surf Performance wings (660, 760, 860) around a lot more in the waves which we love so much. And due to their deep V design, they won't throw you too fast ahead of the wave. They are much easier to keep in the zone.
Other than prone, the AXIS SP 760 carbon wing is a fantastic wave and cruise style kite foiling wing. You can ride is as slow as you want, turns on a dime, and you can still push it on those faster downwinders. A perfect one wing kite setup.
- WINGSPAN: 760mm / 76cm (30 inches)
- CHORD: 190mm (0.787 inches)
- ACTUAL AREA: 1218 square cm / 189 square inches
- PROJECTED AREA: 1130 square cm / 175 square inches
- VOLUME: 1673 cubic cm / 102 cubic inches
Prone foiling bigger waves. Tow-in foiling. Kite Foiling freeride or waves
The AXIS SP 660 Carbon front wing was designed with Surf Foiling in mind. As the smaller size of the new Surf Series wings, the 660 addresses the need of experienced surf foilers to ride bigger waves, with loose side to side turning and higher speeds.
The SP 660 Carbon front wing turns fast and effortlessly. It gives the rider the closest possible feeling of a riding a surf board. It's balance neutral, w/out requiring more front foot pressure as you carve or surf waves at speed.
The SP 660 Carbon front wing can equally ride slow and fast w/out any change on performance.
- WINGSPAN: 660mm (26 inches)
- CHORD: 200mm (0.787 inches)
- ACTUAL AREA 1113 square cm / 173 square inches
- PROJECTED AREA: 1034 square cm / 160 square inches
- VOLUME: 1582 cubic cm / 97 cubic inches
Surf Foiling in Medium / Large wave. Tow Foiling in Medium / Large wave. KITE foiling / carving / wave riding
What screws to mount wing to the fuselage:
|SP Wing||Front screws||Middle screw||Rear screw|
|860mm x 180mm||M8 x 20mm||M8 x 20mm||M8 x 20mm|
|760mm x 190mm||M8 x 20mm||M8 x 20mm||M8 x 20mm|
|660mm x 200mm||M8 x 20mm||M8 x 20mm||M8 x 20mm|