learn to wing surf

LEARN TO WING SURF Lessons – Best Practices, Learning the Wind Clock, Sailing Up & Downwind and Tacking

WING SURFING 101

ANYONE can Wing Surf.

Converting your standard SUP with the Slingshot sUP WINDer allows you to ride upwind with a Wing. Wyatt Miller, Slingshot Brand Manager,  takes you through the easy steps of where to begin so you can start Wing Surfing TODAY.

Below are some basic tips on HOW TO WING SURF that will get you confidently on the water with your Slingshot SlingWing in hand and your sUP WINDer on your board! Perfect for getting people on the water to hone their wing surfing skills before making the next step to a foil board.

Here are the TOP 3 important tips and tricks to make you a successful WINGER quickly. 

1. How to Self Rescue

2. The Wind Clock

3. The Upwind Turn

 

 

SELF RESCUE

 

One of the most important protocols in any water sport is the method of self-rescue. Here is how to be safe and in control when you are wing surfing.  Watch this video to learn more. 

 

 

THE WIND CLOCK

 

An important lesson in any wind sport, including Wing Surfing, is knowing the direction of the wind and how to channel it to your advantage. Once you become proficient in knowing the wind direction you will quickly excel at Wing Surfing.

 

 

The upwind turn or "tack"

 

 

Learning to TACK or upwind turn is an important skill when learning to Wing Surf. Staying upwind will enable you to move on the water in both directions as well as return to where you started. Super important! Here are some easy to follow tips to staying upwind and learning to tack with your Slingshot SlingWing and sUP WINDer

 

 

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