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2021 Aztron foil range overview / Boards, foils and wings / SUPboarder video review

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Well, its been 2 years since Wings first hit the market and a few years before that for foils. But Aztron are one of the first big mass market brands to supply all you need to get on the water with these new sports - boards, foils and wings. Just like Aztron's SUPs and accessories they are available in shops all around the world and are coming out at very competitive prices too.

We heard Aztron were going to be getting involved with foils and wings last year but we didn’t quite realise that the range would consist of 4 foils, 2 wings and 2 boards! We had the 5m Wing in our SUPboarder Pro test earlier in November and were intrigued to see what their foils and boards were going to be like… especially for the price points!

 

For more information about the Aztron foiling range visit their website here

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Chuck Waite
Chuck Waite
1 year ago

In a comparison of beginner boards, how would you rate the Aztron Carbon vs. the competition at similar volume (Rocket Wing V2, Cabrinha X-Fly, Takuma Classic TK, Naish, etc.)? From a specs standpoint, it’s a little longer and narrower than the others, so I’m curious about its relative stability (for knee starts) and swing weight feel. Ideally it would be great to have something that could be fun for a couple seasons or beyond.

Chuck Waite
Chuck Waite
1 year ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Thanks Reuben. Lots to think about. I’m eyeing a pristine used Naish S25 for about the same price. Might be the way to go.

Goran
Goran
1 year ago

I have 85kg, I think to buy Inflatable foil board with 2000 foil, max winds in my country 12kt, what do you think, or maybe recommend size of foil for me, Im beginner

Maciek
Maciek
1 year ago

Hi! I am completely new to wing foiling, with over a 10 years experience in windsurfing, would you recommend those foils for a beginner or better to look for a good deal with fanatic’s aero high aspect 1750 (or takuma’s pro foil 1600)?

Maciek
Maciek
1 year ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Thank you so much for the prompt answer, I’ll be looking for a good deal Aztron then. A bit out of topic, but what board would you recommend to start with? Should I consider inflatable (which are much cheaper) or solid one? I like the compact size of the former but I’m not sure about stiffness and stability, which come with the latter.

Erik Sjosvard
Erik Sjosvard
11 months ago

Hi,

Thank you for a really informative review. I’ve watching several of your wing videos lately to help me choose the right beginner gear.

Currently I leaning towards the Naish S26 matador 5m2, with a fanatic skywing 5.8”- 110 l board with either the 1650cm2 or the 2000cm2 aztron foil. Which of these two would you recommend? And what about the complete setup? I weigh 75 kg, completely new to wing foil but I have kitesurfed for 10 years.

Cheers

Erik Sjosvard
Erik Sjosvard
11 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Thanks for the reply! What would you consider as light wind? As a beginner, where do you think the threshold in wind speed will be with the 1650?

Cool! Then I didn’t misinterpret all the buyers guide information you guys uploaded

Erik Sjosvard
Erik Sjosvard
11 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Thanks for the great tips. Just placed an order for the gear mentioned above but ended up with the 2000 foil.

Idea is to learn on a bigger foil (recommended by my local surf shop) and afterwards go down in foil size or ad the 1650 as well.

Thanks for everything and take care!

Erik

Beau Nixon
Editor
10 months ago
Reply to  Erik Sjosvard

Thanks for the update Erik! All the best learning to foil, and a bigger foil will be easier to get up and riding.

Mulder
Mulder
10 months ago

I’m looking for a big board to learn wingfoiling easily, without falling in the water all the time
Do you think that the aztron falcon air would be a good choice,? I already have a jp xwinger 5.5, and I’m struggling, I have a bad balance. I weigh 60kg
Regards

Anja
Anja
10 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Off the foil my foil is 1500 and I m a beginner

anja mulder
anja mulder
9 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

yes sorry

Dusan Vasiljevic
Dusan Vasiljevic
8 months ago

Hi! I’ve had around 15h practice so far. Managed to get on foil but still learning to control it. I’m looking to buy my gear and practice even more. I weigh 70kg and I use 115L board comfortably. Wing size of 5m is OK for me so far. I don’t know what to do with the foil. I’m split between the 1650 and 2000. I practiced on FOne Gravity 1800 and it requires a fair bit of speed to foil. Which foil would you suggest I get between the 1650 and 2000? I live in NZ and most of the… Read more »

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Dusan Vasiljevic
Dusan Vasiljevic
8 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Thank you for the reply! Do you know if the Aztron foils can be mounted on F1 Rocket Air (with 4 screws)?

Dusan Vasiljevic
Dusan Vasiljevic
8 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

The F1 is inflatable and doesn’t have the mounting rails, only 4 screws.

Valery Chuchaev
Valery Chuchaev
5 months ago

Very poor workmanship. The wing 5 m. is sewn with pleats and cannot open fully. The inflatable board 7.6 is badly glued. The seams started to come apart after 3 months of use. One of the two handles fell apart completely. The 2000 Foil had a front fender leak after three months. And at the carbon board falcon 6.6, the handle from below flowed. The manufacturer did not respond to the complaint. And the local seller said that it was from misuse. I strongly do not recommend buying Aztron equipment

Valery Chuchaev
Valery Chuchaev
5 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

I am from israel. Three months is too short a period of use and there are already so many problems. If this is an isolated case, all manufacturers have a defect in production. But most manufacturers have good warranty service and customer support. The Aztron representative in Israel does not want to provide warranty service, and when I wrote to Aztron, I did not receive a response. Therefore, I will have to go to court, which is long and not pleasant.

Valery Chuchaev
Valery Chuchaev
4 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Hi. I sent you photos and videos of the problems. Perhaps your distributor is good and solves all problems. And our distributor has not wanted to decide anything for two months now and answers that the manufacturer said that this is from improper use ???

Marouane N
Marouane N
4 months ago

Hi folks, I have received my Falcon Air 7.6. I am looking for the specifications of the T-Nuts that goes into the track system of this board. Any one has the dimensions?

Henry Umscheid
Henry Umscheid
2 months ago

I’m interested in the 1650 and 1800, I’m small though (110 lbs) I’m trying to learn to pump/dock start along with wake foil and wake surf small small waves with it, what would you suggest?

Mike de Bauer
Mike de Bauer
2 months ago

I’m want to start with wingfoiling and found that these Aztron products are nicely priced and was wondering as a beginner I could use the 6.6 carbon board?

I weigh 85 kg, no experience in foiling or other windsports. I do surf and SUP, I’m very convident on a 8.2 foot /100L surfboard and 10 foot SUP’s.

Mike de Bauer
Mike de Bauer
2 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Hi, I’m also looking at Decathlon’s Takuma board. They have one size I like: 6′.0 x 28.5″, 120L and weighs 10 kg for around 600 euro’s. I recon that’s still a better option than the Aztron 6.6?

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