Almost Here – The New 2020 Range of Freewings Coming Very Soon.
Introducting the Freewing WingBoom. The Wingboom is an almnium boom with a soft EVA foam grip. Wingbooms are adjustable length to suit various Freewing Sizes. Freewing Wingbooms are specifically designed for Wingsurfing, and they are designed for optimum utilization with Freewing Wings (although they may be used on several other wing brands). All Dragonfly Freewing Wings are built to receive the Boom upgrade. Special boom mounting points and reinforcements are already included as standard on all models and versions of Freewings. Wingbooms are built tough an can handle tough conditions. Continue reading “Freewing Boom”
The Freewing Wingsurfing Wing is now Available in Four sizes. 2.5m, 3m, 4m, 5m.Continue reading “Freewing Wingsurfing”
The development of the Freewing has been the result of a long process, of designing, prototyping, and testing. The Freewing had a long way to come before the latest version came into being.Continue reading “Wingsurfing Development”
Always use extreme caution when using this product:
Wing-surfing is an extreme sport so take care.
All watersports and wind sports have inherent risks.
Risks include serious injury, permanent disability, drowning, and death.
Do not use this product unless you accept all risks associated with its use. Continue reading “Freewing Caution Notice”
Introducing the Dragonfly Freewing™. The Freewing is a handheld wing for wing-surfers and wing-foilers. This new wing is at the vanguard of an exciting new sport of wingsurfing. These lightweight wings are free to move in any direction or desired orientation. The Freewing is opening up a new world of endless opportunities and unlimited possibilities.Continue reading “Dragonfly Freewing”
WingSurfing: Wingsurfing is a wind-powered watersport that uses a handheld symmetrical wing to power a surfboard or foilboard, It has similar traits to windsurfing, and kiting, and is almost a hybrid of both. Wing-skiing has been around for 15-20 years however recent improvements in Wing design, combined with the rise of foilboards, have propelled this new sport into the spotlight. Wingsurfing has really started to get noticed and is quickly attracting followers. Wingsurfing is less extreme than kiteboarding which adds to its general appeal.Continue reading “What is Wingsurfing?”
We are constantly testing our gear in different ways, pushing the limits, experimenting, and generally having fun. Here is a quick video of one of our Kite testing sessions using some short kite lines. In the video we use 8m and 10 lines.
We have just opened a new Dragonfly Kite demo center in Vietnam. Located on the
Wind conditions in Mui Ne are super consistent during the peak winter season, December to March and get somewhat lighter in the shoulder seasons. Lightwind kiters and foilers have a much longer season. Summer season has a reversal of wind direction. Water here is warm, no wetsuit is required, although wearing some sun protection while kiting is always a good idea.