Vendor Dakine

SKU: WHD21CF13

Dakine Charger 1300 Foil 70cm

Regular price $699.00 CAD
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Dakine's foil kit is light and fast. It is designed to get you charging. This foil is designed to get you out of the water and foiling no matter what your discipline of choice is. These high lift, medium aspect foils are well suited for foil surfing, kite foiling, and wing foiling. The pre-preg carbon wings feature an integrated fuselage for superior stiffness and control. The forward draft profile of the front wing delivers a stable and predictable lift. The kit comes with a 1300 front wing, 70cm mast, 346 fuselages, 220 rear wing, and all the required hardware. 1300 - [ Front Wing-1300 ] [ Mast-70cm ] [ Fuselage-346 ] [ Rear Wing-220] 1300- SA 1300cm², WS 780mm, AR 4.7, Vol 1.6L 220- SA 220cm², WS 370mm, AR 6.4 KEY FEATURES Moderate anhedral for a more efficient lift platform Full pre-preg carbon construction Integrated fuselage with tapered fit Superior torsional stiffness and minimum drag
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Dakine's foil kit is light and fast. It is designed to get you charging. This foil is designed to get you out of the water and foiling no matter what your discipline of choice is. These high lift, medium aspect foils are well suited for foil surfing, kite foiling, and wing foiling. The pre-preg carbon wings feature an integrated fuselage for superior stiffness and control. The forward draft profile of the front wing delivers a stable and predictable lift. The kit comes with a 1300 front wing, 70cm mast, 346 fuselages, 220 rear wing, and all the required hardware. 1300 - [ Front Wing-1300 ] [ Mast-70cm ] [ Fuselage-346 ] [ Rear Wing-220] 1300- SA 1300cm², WS 780mm, AR 4.7, Vol 1.6L 220- SA 220cm², WS 370mm, AR 6.4 KEY FEATURES Moderate anhedral for a more efficient lift platform Full pre-preg carbon construction Integrated fuselage with tapered fit Superior torsional stiffness and minimum drag
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