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The wing foil equipment includes: the foil, the board and the wing. After observing the water, preparing your board, getting equipped, inflating your wing and attaching the leashes (board and wing), you can finally go in the water! But for that, you have to carry all this gear to the water in an efficient way to avoid letting the wing fly away or the board drift… Feel free to consult our complete guide to learn wing foil .
If your wing board has a handle, use it!
Foil out (ideally and depending on the location of the handle), grab the board on one side and your wing on the other. Let the wing fly downwind, holding it firmly to prevent it from hitting the foil and risking tearing!
Technique that can be used for long distances: carry the board on your shoulder. It is a matter of catching the board on the rails and placing it on the back of your shoulder with the foil on the front. The shoulder is thus wedged between the mast of the foil and the bottom of the board.
This way you can hold the wing in the other hand, where it will naturally go downwind, ideally towards the back.
If you prefer to wear the board and the wing one after the other, it’s doable! Start with the board and remember to secure your inflated kite by hanging it in a safe place.
For the board, you can use the techniques seen previously:
For the wing kite, remember to attach its leash directly to your arm. Then the wind will depend on how you hold it:
After you have brought all your equipment to the water, don’t forget to attach your board leash!