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JP-Australia SUP Wing foil range 2021

JP-Australia have been involved in SUP foiling since 2019. Their first foil board back then, was the board that got us into many foil disciplines. This year sees JP-Australia's range of boards grow, which is great for all abilities and all foil riding styles.

This year JP-Australia has 5 foil SUP based boards in their range, which we are going to talk about in this video. The new X Foil and X Winger are the boards that many of you have been talking about and will be interested in. But by JP also keeping their original Foil board and newer Foil Slate in their range they’ve ensured all rider weights and abilities are catered for, allowing paddlers to get out in the surf more with their foils aswell as keep up their traditional SUP surfing.

JP-Australia sister brand Neil Pryde have also tweaked their Glide range of foils too, to offer more performance. We have been playing around with the Surf Glide 19 which did get us up during our light 12knts winging sessions.

For more information visit the JP-Australia website.

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2 years ago

This vid was for me too much advertorial.
Reason, there are simply no comparisons with other brands and very little cons on each product.

2th,you try to push too many products in 1 vid.
The Pryde foils are mentioned overall pretty short while I think they deserve more attention. I have tried the HP1500 and IMO it performs as good as foils costing double the money.

Rory Bell
Rory Bell
3 months ago

Belated question as these boards now well discounted – longer narrower boards now popular for winging as well as the option of sup foiling on them as well. I’m a beginner about 8 sessions in, often in sea with some chop and just beginning to get on foil for short time. My question is – would a 28 / 28.5” wide board eg X foil pro 6’6 be stable enough for me? I’m currently on a pretty enormous rocket air 7’2 x 34 which is quite hard to unstick… I have a bit of sup experience on a 33” wide… Read more »

Rory Bell
Rory Bell
3 months ago
Reply to  Reuben Ellis

Yes – I think so – sounds like I might do best to consolidate for a bit longer on the big board before adding difficulty..

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