Versatility Across a Range of Conditions
The CF1600 delivers balance, predictability and stability, translating to easy progress across a wide range of foil sports.
• Predictable lift and low stall speed for learning to fly.
• Easy turning without compromising stability when cruising.
• Ideal in lighter winds or smaller surf for lighter riders.
WING: Beginner riders 65-77kg (143-169lb) in light to moderate+ conditions, intermediate riders 78kg (171lb) and up in strong to strong+ conditions.
WAKE: Riders 78kg (171lb) and up.
SUP: Riders of all weights in small+ conditions.
DOWNWIND: Intermediate riders up to 89kg(196lb)
BEGINNERS: Pair with TC70 fuselage and CF300 stabiliser.
INTERMEDIATE AND ADVANCED: Pair with TC60 fuselage and HS232 or HA195 stabilisers.
AREA: 1600 sq/cm WINGSPAN: 856mm WEIGHT: 1250gr
Confidence-Inspiring Stability And Versatile Performance.
The CF V2’s all around user-friendliness appeals to both beginners seeking a foundation for progression and experienced riders pushing their boundaries. Low stall speeds combined with excellent pitch stability provide control and increased flying time across a variety of foiling sports.
Stability Is Confidence
A stable, predictable foil helps to make progression easier and safer. If you’re just beginning your foiling journey or are already an advanced rider, this range has a size tailored for you.
More Flight Time
Whether you’re trying your first gybes or perfecting your backflips, the CF V2’s exceptionally forgiving low speed handling keeps the foil flying easily while you focus on the manoeuvre.
Inspiring You To Push It
Designed to inspire confidence, this range of foils enables intermediate and advanced riders to explore new territory whether it’s under a wing, behind a boat, or on a wave face.
A Future-Proofed System
Sized from 950 to 2050sq/cm, the CFv2 range truly caters to the full spectrum of rider levels, weights and foiling sports. As your experience level and style evolve, the modular Armstrong A+ System offers component choices to match your progression.