WING Surfers Magazine Issue 1/21Regular price 4,90 €
You can order the new WING Surfers issue (number 1/21) directly and easily here.
On 132 pages you will find high-quality information about wingsurfing and trends from the scene.
Interesting topics for the scene, as well as for newcomers and everyone else who is interested in this wonderful sport.
Editor-in-chief Dirk Herpel and publisher Arne Schuber have done their best to ensure that issue 1/21 gets off to a worthy start. These topics are waiting for you:
XXL test – 17 wings
If you don't find a suitable wing partner here, you will probably have to search for a long time. 17 wings, there have never been so many current wings in one test anywhere in the world!
Evolution—History of Foil Surfing
With snowboard boots in the waves, pretty crazy! And that was by far not all of the unusual ideas, with which Dave Kalama surprised during a nice conversation with rushing waves in the background from the early days of surf foiling.
Quotes - Wave Winging Party
With wing and foil in the wave? Definitely, because it doesn't matter whether it's the East or North Sea, Pacific, Atlantic or the wind wave on the lake on your doorstep - the whole thing harbors the highest risk of addiction.
Short Range – German wingfoil spots
Home, sweet home! With the Wing you don't have to travel far to have fun. Tegernsee and Altmühlsee in the south and Heiligenhafen in the north are three absolutely right things to do when it comes to wing foiling.
Flight School – Launch and First Wave
Waterman Robby Swift takes you out in the first waves.
Short Range 2 – Wing Fever in Kiel
Visiting Kiel, where everything related to wing foiling started, at least in northern Germany. By and with Klaas Voget.
Test: Boards and Foils - Sporty beginners
Easy takeoff, easy control and problem-free cornering, this is what a perfect entry-level board-foil combo looks like in the ideal case. A total of seven test candidates.
Gear Tuning – Mixing Impossible?
Fine-tuning the board and foil can make a session unforgettable or learning a new maneuver a lot easier. So you know what to look out for.
Also in the magazine: Frequent Flyer – the column by wing connoisseur Henning Nockel, starting signal for the GWA World Tour, crew member – SUP-Pro and enthusiastic new wingfoiler Casper Steinfath in an interview, product news, Wingen in Jaws.