Armstrong offers three foil ranges: CF, HS and HA. Each delivers a combination of accessibility, versatility and overall performance that caters to riders at all skill levels and foil sports. As a rule of thumb, foils with smaller surface areas are typically suited to lighter riders while heavier riders are best off on larger foils.


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Building on the legacy of our first HA (high aspect) foils initially released in 2021, the new HA range offers an unprecedented combination of rippability, easy pumping and endless glide that expands the potential of intermediate to expert surf, downwind and wing foilers. Seven sizes - 580, 680, 780, 880, 980, 1080, 1180cm2 - deliver a full quiver of options. The new HA range is the essence of foiling.

The HA range is Armstrong's highest performance offering and requires the most rider experience, typically those who already have confidence riding the HS foils. These foils are fast, reactive and have exceptional glide performance.

MA takes everything Armstrong has learned from the HS, HA and CFV2 ranges and delivers a truly next-gen combination of glide, low stall speed, intuitive carving and instantaneous breach recovery. These foils offer the best of all worlds to experienced riders in every foil sport.

The HS range offers more speed, glide and reactivity than the CF range. These attributes make it well suited to intermediate through advanced riders as they progress.

The carving freeride v2 wings are designed to get you up and flying on the foil easily. Extremely stable yet rips turns rail to rail like a dream. If you want carvability and ultimate stability, then look no further.

The new Armstrong Pump Foil (APF) range redefines pump foiling potential with its ultra-low stall speeds, incredible stability and high efficiency to take you further with less effort than ever.

Armstrong Downwind Performance foil range is bred for the raw energy of deep water offshore swell. Amplify your downwind experience.

The stabiliser affects pitch, roll and yaw in flight. Larger stabilisers make learning easier, while smaller sizes offer experienced riders a faster and more reactive foiling experience.