S-Series 860mm Carbon Front Wing
The AXIS S-Series 860 Carbon front wing was designed with Performance Surf foiling in mind. As the larger size of the new Surf Performance Series wings, the 860 addresses the need of foil surfers for fast and loose turns on medium to small size waves.
Both the 860 and the S-Series Carbon 760 wing(the medium size 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 Series 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 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 860 can also be high performance SUP wing for bigger days or lighter riders. And if it gets really windy, the 860 can be the surfiest Wing Surfing wing you have ever used.
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
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
Suggested Fuselage lengths:
S-Series Short Fuselage (fast turning, with good balance of control)
S-Series Ultrashort Fuselage (super loose and fast turning - advanced level riders)
S-Series Crazyshort Fuselage (mental turns)
"Super responsive wing, feels like a go cart though turns but also very smooth in chop/whitewater & forgiving when close to breaching."
These guides are meant to serve as suggestions, riders adjust to their abilities. AXIS Foils assumes no responsibility for misuse of equipment outside of suggested guidelines.
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