SMIK Wing Foiling

Clean | Balanced | Powerful | Efficient | Effortless

T9600 from Technoforce / Teijn Japan

Dimension Polyant from Germany with ultrasonic-welded PU valves


4.0m² / 5.0m²



At SMIK, we've been taking our time in developing our wings, to make sure that we're not putting anything sub-par onto the market.


We're pretty much there and really happy with how they feel now.

  • Powerful yet efficient foil shape for superior lift and forward drive for getting up onto the foil easily

  • Stable/balanced power whilst in flight

  • Tight leech providing excellent lift and control


  • Ridiculously stable in neutral mode when surfing a wave

  • Solid struts that don't flex when overpowered

  • Quality comfortable handles with minimal twist

  • No windows or battens means less care required when packing and storing. Windows won't fog or crack. Battens won't snap. Super clean shape with little to no flutter making battens unnecessary.

Having tested the competitors' wings, we're confident to have the best performing, least hassle, most durable wing available for flat water and surf usage.


Cross-Over Wing & SUP Foil

To start wingsurfing, a relatively longer board is ideal for getting you going. Our Slab boards being perfect for that.


Obviously depending on your weight but for most riders, the Slab 6'6" x 29" and 106 L should get you up and going with plenty of stability even for the heavier rider. 

The versatility to have a board you can wing foil and SUP foil is indeed a bonus.

Dedicated Wing

As your skillset improves, you'll be wanting to move down to a shorter board. Not as versatile as the cross-over foil Slabs, wing-specific boards are a fair bit shorter at around 5'3" x 26" and 93L which still provides enough volume to stand on to get up and going, but are a little harder to lift and start flying. 

But once you get up and going, the shorter lengths with less swing weight are a joy to fly and surf.

As our own skillset evolves to be able to waterstart, these sizes will eventually have to be made smaller yet again.