Introducing the new X15 and the Team R
Two new foils designed for the highest performance
Looking for the ultimate performance?
Then the Team collection is for you. The first two models in this exclusive monobloc-only collection are Clement Colmas' signature R560 and R660: unleash unlimited speed, fly with pin-point precision.
The brief from Clement was simple. "Make me the fastest foil for slalom races and long-distance reaching races". So we got to work, took our fastest wings, optimised the fuselage lengths for the two sizes and fused it all into two solid, perfectly streamlined, monobloc foils: the Team R560 and the Team R660.
|N/A (Monobloc construction)
|Mast Option 1:
|95cm 90° MkII Solid Core Carbon C400
|Mast Option 2:
|95cm 90° MkII Solid Core Carbon C600
Our one-design foil proposal for Wing Foil Racing
With wings designed by the team of Martin Fischer, Charles Dhainaut and Mathieu Durand using a ground-breaking automated optimisation method, the X-15 is an astonishing foil with an incredible wind range.
Its MF 820 front wing delivers incredible efficency: take off in minimal winds, fly upwind and downwind at incredible angles, all with an impressive top speed that completes the package.
The MF 200 tail wing compliments the front wing's efficiency, while the 69cm Jumbo Evolution MkII fuselage was chosen to provide a stable and reliable platform for the X-15 concept.
This new Jumbo Evolution MkII fuselage with an integrated fin works well with the MF tail wing that is completely flat, giving the foil traction and stability.
With its incredible efficiency, the MF820 is also highly recommended for downwind foiling.
|Evo MkII 69 Jumbo
|95 MkII 90° Deep Tuttle Solid Core Carbon C400
|Other Front Wings Sizes Available:
|MF 720, MF560
|Other Tail Wing Sizes Available:
|Other Fuselage Sizes Available:
|Evo MkII 59 Jumbo, Evo MkII 79 Jumbo
Foil designers Tiesda You and Martin Fischer discuss the new X15 foil's front wing.
This wing was designed by Martin Fischer, Charles Dhainaut and Mathieu Durand using a new automatic-optimisation method that iterates around 7000 times to converge towards an optimal design for each section.