Author Topic: "Wingsurfer" for Foil/SUP  (Read 17313 times)


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Re: "Wingsurfer" for Foil/SUP
« Reply #150 on: June 27, 2019, 05:55:01 PM »
Just saw this in their promotional email...Delivery starts August 1st so visit your local Slingshot Dealer to see it LIVE

Darn, another month...
8' Deadbeat Sunshine
8'10" Deadbeat WindowLicker
8' Slop Rocket
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7'4" Bad Dog Foil
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Re: "Wingsurfer" for Foil/SUP
« Reply #151 on: June 28, 2019, 07:13:36 AM »

From SB
"Long vid in german language.
They gave a Duotone and a Slingwing to absolute beginners to test and compare.
- Duotone easier for beginners, softer, easy to pump, easy to vary grip position
- Slingwing more stable in flight
- Duotone light (2,9 kg) and a little "fragile" materials ("like a kid rig")
- Slingwing heavy (3,8 k) but build with solid materials
- No substitute for light wind windsurf/kite foiling, needs at least 15 knots for easy flying
- shi...y to watch but fun to do "

I found it really helpful seeing how they get up in this video, here's the YouTube link:
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