The best way to exploit the potential of the HA range is to get the tail wing shimmed up. Because the wingspan is so large you need to unlock the maneuverability potential by loosening up the tail. Shimming it will achieve this.
Using the 232 on the HA925 and above, we suggest at least a 0.5 shim and for super loose - a 1 + 0.5 degree shim. Just move the mast forward to correct the foot pressure.
Using the Flying V with the HA925 or above we suggest no shim for regular riders and for the loose feeling a 0.5 or next level a 1 degree!
Through meticulous attention to detail, we’ve given the HA range a truly premium layup. A high-density foam core is wrapped with intermediate and high modulus carbon fiber to keep things light and provide incredible flex response.
To craft the best foil possible, we looked to those with unparalleled foiling knowledge. Sailing gurus and America’s Cup legends Pete Burling and Jimmy Spithill were integral in helping to develop the HA range, transmitting a piece of their history into your session.
WHEN SERIOUS CONDITIONS COME CALLING, THERE’S ONLY THE HIGH ASPECT SERIES
The HA series redefines speed and flow within the High Aspect range. It’s tailored to perfection for tow-in days, high wind winging, and all around kiting. Experienced lightweight riders can tap into their remarkable prone surfing performance.
All Out Speed
In our quest to create an inspiring range of High Aspect foils, we honed a design that emphasizes top end speed. From this performance DNA, they offers excellent stability so you can send it even when fully lit.