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Neilpryde Fly II

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The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier.

The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier.

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D.M.
Very powerful wing

I'm not an advanced rider and this is my first wing with handles. The handles are very comfortable, the "pistol grip" of the front makes it extremely easy to grab to start and move the front hand around and flag the wing with the front handle. I might pad the front corner of the handle to avoid knocks on the board. SUP valve inflation is the most reliable firm non-leaky connection. It is higher aspect than my old wing, have to get used to the longer wingspan. There is a lot of power and range, good for getting up yet no backwinding at higher wind.

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D.K.
NeilPryde Fly2 Pro 5.5

I recently purchased this wing and I am totaly blown away by its built quality, performance and ease of use. This wing feels very light on the hands while on land or on the water and it very agile and manuverable with a good amount of power. For tack and jibes it feels like the wing “knows what to do” and flips easily into the new direction easily. Thanks to the well placed hard handles the wing feels very balance and easy to control. All in, this is a top wing that help you improve you riding and you will be progressing quickly thought all the jibes and tacks.

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The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier.

The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier. The 2024 FLY II represents an evolutionary leap from the original model that features new materials, even more advanced 3D flying shapes, and a host of enhancements aimed at improving performance and enhancing the user experience. Continuing with the unique high lift coefficient concept, it features an even stiffer airframe and a new twist profile, greatly enhancing handling and control in high wind conditions. The canopy tension distribution, originally derived from windsurfing sail design, has been fine-tuned to improve upwind speed and handling through upwind maneuvers. The dihedral front profile has been reshaped for increased stability when sheeted in, particularly beneficial for harness-equipped riders. Additional Leading Edge (LE) segments at the wingtips not only reduce drag but also provide added stiffness, enabling the wing to point higher. The vented strut has been updated with an additional stiffener at the Leading Edge (LE) in the center, enhancing stability in the area ahead of the fill panel, making the wing much more forgiving during tacks. The FLY II is now constructed entirely from Teijin LE dacron, greatly enhancing its shape durability. The trailing edge panels forward of the frame are made from Challenge Code 95 for exceptional stiffness and long lasting shape control. The back windows now feature a dyneema X-ply for the optimum balance between visibility, light weight and structural integrity, while the front windows are clear PVC. The windows have been redesigned and repositioned to improve visibility. The wide range of size options between 4.0 and 6.0 are unique to the Fly II. We have simplified the sizing between 1.8 to 3.5 compared to the previous model to make the selection process much easier.
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D.M.
Very powerful wing

I'm not an advanced rider and this is my first wing with handles. The handles are very comfortable, the "pistol grip" of the front makes it extremely easy to grab to start and move the front hand around and flag the wing with the front handle. I might pad the front corner of the handle to avoid knocks on the board. SUP valve inflation is the most reliable firm non-leaky connection. It is higher aspect than my old wing, have to get used to the longer wingspan. There is a lot of power and range, good for getting up yet no backwinding at higher wind.

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D.K.
NeilPryde Fly2 Pro 5.5

I recently purchased this wing and I am totaly blown away by its built quality, performance and ease of use. This wing feels very light on the hands while on land or on the water and it very agile and manuverable with a good amount of power. For tack and jibes it feels like the wing “knows what to do” and flips easily into the new direction easily. Thanks to the well placed hard handles the wing feels very balance and easy to control. All in, this is a top wing that help you improve you riding and you will be progressing quickly thought all the jibes and tacks.