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F-One Swing V3 Wing

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Short Description

For this SWING V3, F-One worked on its lightweight feel and balance to allow them to orient its program towards surfing and downwind. F-One mainly focused on three areas: the materials, the placement of these materials and the design to improve control and durability. 

Includes: Wing, leash, bag and pump adapter. 

Description

F-One Swing V3 Wing

    Redefine wing foil riding, surfing and freefly with the SWING V3. Thanks to its stability, lightness, maneuverability and control, F-One's legendary SWING is the ultimate wave-riding and downwinding wing. Boasting F-ONE’s new and revolutionary design as well as the latest technologies and materials, this wing delivers maximum performance in surf and open ocean swells. 

    •  Its compact design improves freefly abilities; your only focus becomes your foil and the wave or swell you are riding. 
    •  Its power allows you to use a smaller board, foil, or wing for a unique feeling of freedom. 
    •  Its maneuverability and stability help you nail all your maneuvers like the jibe or the tack. 
    •  It offers an easy and controlled ride, without any big accelerations. 
    •  HITEX, NANO and HT80 provide increased durability. 

     

    Materials

    The airframe of the SWING V3 is made of HITEX 158g and 178g. This brand-new high tenacity polyester exclusive to F-ONE offers great resistance to elongation and therefore greater durability and performances. 

    The central strut is thinner in diameter thanks to the HITEX 158g and its independent valve that allows for a better control of its pressure. Its longitudinal reinforcements also help control its shape and resistance. 

    The three central segments of the leading edge on each side of the strut are made of HITEX 178g, while the remaining segments are in 158g. Both materials are perfectly distributed to account for the different tensions, high pressures, and weight distribution in this area. 

    Since the beginning, F-One has also kept a thin leading edge diameter at the wingtips, bringing agility, comfort and glide, but also lightness and less inertia. 

    The SWING V3 features F-One's new NANO canopy. This innovative micro ripstop polyester in 55g is used on the entire canopy of the wing, except on the trailing edge. It benefits from a NANO coating and a Plasma treatment process that brings an increased rigidity, resistance to elongation and tears, and durability. 

    Finally, the trailing edge of the SWING V3 is made of F-One's new HT80, a woven double ripstop high tenacity polyester. This material will bring significantly increased tear resistance and strength to the area, especially in the waves when flagging the wing.

     

    Wing Design

    Through Sail Engineering, F-One conceived a completely new design; everything has been precisely thought-out to adapt the wing’s shape to the tensions and new materials. 

    Every panel on the SWING V3 is precisely laid to carry a specific load. The front of the wing combines horizontal panels separated by a vertical seam from the innovative radial center panels, which are mapped to accurately follow every load trajectory. The trailing edge is controlled by a vertical panel in 80g. Small radial cuts are also implemented on the wingtips and on the back of the strut to spread tensions. Aligning the fibre exactly along the load paths means that stretch can be controlled to a never-before-seen level on a wing. 

    With F-One's staggered seams, the fabric and its seams work better to keep a smooth and efficient profile and the flying shape of the wing never deforms under load. The control of the profile is ideal, especially in the high end where stability is superb to ride fully balanced on both arms and in total comfort. 

    The new trailing edge tensions and radial cuts have brought incredible performance and control. Located on the back of the strut, F-One's innovative Load Diffuser made of overlapping panels of hard Mylar and Dacron further helps maintaining the profile sleek and efficient, leading to the ultimate stability, performances, and longevity. 

    Every reinforcement on this wing has been reviewed to ensure durability and to save weight. 

     

    Handles 

    To further improve and optimize the rider’s control of the wing, F-One rigidified their handles while keeping the original, lighter construction that doesn’t include any hard parts that could damage your wing, ding your board, or hit yourself. F-One's grippy, ergonomic and comfortable handles allow for some flexibility so your wrist is always in line with your arm. 

    This also gave F-One the opportunity to design the strut just as they liked. The front of it goes down straight away on your front hand before going up into the wing’s profile near your back hand. This leads to a more natural position to sheet in. 

     

    Excel in the Waves

    The SWING V3 is virtually a brand-new wing and an improvement of the V2 in all areas. With optimized materials and design, this wing is super stable, light, comfortable and balanced, all while maintaining a certain smoothness in its traction. 

    The SWING V3 has a reduced wingspan to make it easy to maneuver and surf; any change of direction is much smoother. You can concentrate on your trajectories, the waves, and controlling your foil without needing to check if the wingtips are touching the water. It holds perfectly in the air in a neutral position when turning in the waves and flies itself flawlessly, leaving you free to use the power of the wave with little resistance. Surfing or downwinding will undoubtedly bring sheer joy. 

    Its compactness coupled with the new, more powerful profile give it an excellent planing start with an easy pumping. This will allow every rider, regardless of their level, to use a smaller surface area for even more maneuverability. Its traction will also enable you to go for a smaller board for even more freedom in your surfing. 

    The SWING will easily pick up speed but with a good angle, before being easily forgotten about in freefly. It generates power immediately, and this instant power can turn out to be crucial when kicking out of a wave or waterstarting to safely get to the next set. Finally, this wing is also perfect for attempting and succeeding in all maneuvers such as jibes and turns, 360, etc. 

    Overall, wing foiling with a SWING V3 is exceptionally intuitive. Beginners and experienced riders alike will enjoy its gentle feel and ease-of-use. Thanks to its wide wind range, riding in both the high and low end has never been so fun, and drawing dreamy lines has never been so easy. 

    Available in: 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0, 5.5 m² 

     

    Features

    REACTOR VALVE
    The reactor inflation valve offers a high flow 
    connection that twist locks the pump hose to the kite for an easy and super-fast inflation and deflation at the push of a button. 
    It provides a high air flow rate between the struts and leading edge.

    SAIL ENGINEERING
    Sail engineering is the science of controlling design and its behavior while flying. These features have been created with one goal in mind: Mastering the kite's loads to maintain the desired shape for the longest time. 
    1 – Warp Tension Line
    Woven fabrics feature a longitudinal 0° yarn (Warp) and a transversal 90° yarn (Weft). Therefore, a fabric has great elongation resistance and strength capacities if you apply tension at 0° or 90° along the yarns. But it will deform and stretch when tension is applied at, let’s say, 45°.
    2 – Load Control Panneling
    When engineering the load control paneling, F-One made sure that fabrics panels are warp/weft oriented, meaning that the load path runs through the yarns. Fabric and seams are then in the best position to receive tensions and maintain the original kite shape.
    3 – Staggered Seams
    Most of the kite’s back lines tension is distributed through the trailing-edge panels and seams. As seams are significantly stiffer than the fabric they join, they tend to strain under loads and therefore deform the profile. The staggered seams break that line of tension by balancing the stiffness between seams and cloth, which helps distribute the load over a wider area and maintain the original shape even under high loads.
    4 – Fabric Weight Management
    F-One's sails feature four different cloth weights, from 52 up to 155gr/m². Sail engineering allows F-One's to control the shape and drive load tensions without using heavy fabrics or bulky designs, therefore F-One can reduce fabric’s weight and use. It results in a lighter, optimized kite.

    HT80
    The HT80 is a woven double ripstop high tenacity polyester that brings increased stability and allows a better control of the profile of the kite or wing. 
    This material guarantees great resistance to elongation and tears, as well as increased durability overtime. 

    NANO
    This micro ripstop polyester 55g is used on the canopies of the Swing V3, CWC V2, Breeze V4 and One V2. Wings and kites are often left in the wind to flop. They are also very often wet, salty, and sandy; all factors that weaken them. The canopy must therefore be very durable to keep its rigidity over time and to ensure the same performance level between the day of purchase and the end of its life. It benefits from a NANO coating and a Plasma treatment process that brings an increased rigidity, resistance to elongation and tears, and durability. Used by F-One's bluesign-certified factory, Plasma is an eco-friendly technology that uses less chemicals in the finishing process while guaranteeing the same performances and stability. 

     

    HITEX

    To meet the specific needs of the development of wings and kites, and to offer a high-performance and durable product without using inaccessible materials, F-One has developed HITEX, a new high tenacity polyester. Available in 158g, and exclusively for F-One in 178g, this new material is incredibly resistant to elongation and increases the durability of wings and kites. 

    HITEX is an innovative, high tenacity polyester fiber with an enhanced high-quality weaving and coating that increases the fabrics' resistance. The 178g is a new weight and perfectly matches the needs of the center strut and center of its leading edge. The lighter 158g is used in the leading edge tips. 

    Used throughout the inflatable structure of the wings and kites and designed to handle the high pressures when inflating, HITEX offers performance and resistance. Thanks to extensive Sail Engineering work, the R&D team has placed each weight of HITEX in different areas allowing absolute control of the shape session after session. 

    Moving away from kite fabrics
    The efforts on a kite and on a wing are completely different.
    Here, F-One is talking about the structure of their products. Even if the canopy is the surface that receives the wind, the leading edge and the struts of a kite or a wing make up the main structure, and therefore guarantee their qualities in flight.

    Held by two central handles, its two sides tend to deform under wind pressure. This is why the leading edge of a 5m² kite is between 10-15cm in diameter, while the leading edge of a wing with the same surface is about twice as big.

    The larger the diameter of the leading edge, the larger the surface area of the fabric.

    The air pressure in a volume is applied to the cm², under the formula: pressure (Pa) = Force (N) / Surface (m²).

    With the same inflation, the material of the leading edge of a wing receives a much higher pressure than that of a kite.

    Moreover, in normal use, a wing is more often left flapping, dragged on abrasive surfaces, soaked in salt water, etc.

    The ideal fabric for a wing has increased pressure resistance, limited deformation, and outstanding durability.

    The High Tenacity Polyester: HITEX.
    After working with F-One's fabric manufacturer partners for a long time, F-One decided to use High Tenacity Polyester, a technical material offering a high resistance to elongation and superior durability.

    Because each part of a wing does not require the same resistance to deformation, F-One developed two weights: 178g for the center of the wing and 158g for the wingtips.
    The center of the wing must not deform in any way; it is the direct link between the user’s hands and the wind, and its rigidity guarantees stability of the wing while riding.

    It is however interesting to keep the wingtips less rigid. Indeed, a controlled deformation of the wingtips allows to pump more efficiently, to absorb strong wind gusts, and thus to offer an increased comfort throughout the ride.

    The use of this high tenacity fibre, in weights perfectly adapted to this sport and F-One's designs, has allowed them to reduce the diameter of the leading edge and to limit the use of additional reinforcements. This results in improved aerodynamics and reduced weight, offering better performances.

    The HITEX is coated with PLASMA, an innovation exclusive to F-One's supplier, which guarantees increased durability of the fabric. Coupled with high tenacity polyester fibres, it makes HITEX the most durable material on the market. F-One's wings stay in good shape much longer and thus retain their original design and performance over time. 

     

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    Description

    Short Description

    For this SWING V3, F-One worked on its lightweight feel and balance to allow them to orient its program towards surfing and downwind. F-One mainly focused on three areas: the materials, the placement of these materials and the design to improve control and durability. 

    Includes: Wing, leash, bag and pump adapter. 

    Description

    F-One Swing V3 Wing

      Redefine wing foil riding, surfing and freefly with the SWING V3. Thanks to its stability, lightness, maneuverability and control, F-One's legendary SWING is the ultimate wave-riding and downwinding wing. Boasting F-ONE’s new and revolutionary design as well as the latest technologies and materials, this wing delivers maximum performance in surf and open ocean swells. 

      •  Its compact design improves freefly abilities; your only focus becomes your foil and the wave or swell you are riding. 
      •  Its power allows you to use a smaller board, foil, or wing for a unique feeling of freedom. 
      •  Its maneuverability and stability help you nail all your maneuvers like the jibe or the tack. 
      •  It offers an easy and controlled ride, without any big accelerations. 
      •  HITEX, NANO and HT80 provide increased durability. 

       

      Materials

      The airframe of the SWING V3 is made of HITEX 158g and 178g. This brand-new high tenacity polyester exclusive to F-ONE offers great resistance to elongation and therefore greater durability and performances. 

      The central strut is thinner in diameter thanks to the HITEX 158g and its independent valve that allows for a better control of its pressure. Its longitudinal reinforcements also help control its shape and resistance. 

      The three central segments of the leading edge on each side of the strut are made of HITEX 178g, while the remaining segments are in 158g. Both materials are perfectly distributed to account for the different tensions, high pressures, and weight distribution in this area. 

      Since the beginning, F-One has also kept a thin leading edge diameter at the wingtips, bringing agility, comfort and glide, but also lightness and less inertia. 

      The SWING V3 features F-One's new NANO canopy. This innovative micro ripstop polyester in 55g is used on the entire canopy of the wing, except on the trailing edge. It benefits from a NANO coating and a Plasma treatment process that brings an increased rigidity, resistance to elongation and tears, and durability. 

      Finally, the trailing edge of the SWING V3 is made of F-One's new HT80, a woven double ripstop high tenacity polyester. This material will bring significantly increased tear resistance and strength to the area, especially in the waves when flagging the wing.

       

      Wing Design

      Through Sail Engineering, F-One conceived a completely new design; everything has been precisely thought-out to adapt the wing’s shape to the tensions and new materials. 

      Every panel on the SWING V3 is precisely laid to carry a specific load. The front of the wing combines horizontal panels separated by a vertical seam from the innovative radial center panels, which are mapped to accurately follow every load trajectory. The trailing edge is controlled by a vertical panel in 80g. Small radial cuts are also implemented on the wingtips and on the back of the strut to spread tensions. Aligning the fibre exactly along the load paths means that stretch can be controlled to a never-before-seen level on a wing. 

      With F-One's staggered seams, the fabric and its seams work better to keep a smooth and efficient profile and the flying shape of the wing never deforms under load. The control of the profile is ideal, especially in the high end where stability is superb to ride fully balanced on both arms and in total comfort. 

      The new trailing edge tensions and radial cuts have brought incredible performance and control. Located on the back of the strut, F-One's innovative Load Diffuser made of overlapping panels of hard Mylar and Dacron further helps maintaining the profile sleek and efficient, leading to the ultimate stability, performances, and longevity. 

      Every reinforcement on this wing has been reviewed to ensure durability and to save weight. 

       

      Handles 

      To further improve and optimize the rider’s control of the wing, F-One rigidified their handles while keeping the original, lighter construction that doesn’t include any hard parts that could damage your wing, ding your board, or hit yourself. F-One's grippy, ergonomic and comfortable handles allow for some flexibility so your wrist is always in line with your arm. 

      This also gave F-One the opportunity to design the strut just as they liked. The front of it goes down straight away on your front hand before going up into the wing’s profile near your back hand. This leads to a more natural position to sheet in. 

       

      Excel in the Waves

      The SWING V3 is virtually a brand-new wing and an improvement of the V2 in all areas. With optimized materials and design, this wing is super stable, light, comfortable and balanced, all while maintaining a certain smoothness in its traction. 

      The SWING V3 has a reduced wingspan to make it easy to maneuver and surf; any change of direction is much smoother. You can concentrate on your trajectories, the waves, and controlling your foil without needing to check if the wingtips are touching the water. It holds perfectly in the air in a neutral position when turning in the waves and flies itself flawlessly, leaving you free to use the power of the wave with little resistance. Surfing or downwinding will undoubtedly bring sheer joy. 

      Its compactness coupled with the new, more powerful profile give it an excellent planing start with an easy pumping. This will allow every rider, regardless of their level, to use a smaller surface area for even more maneuverability. Its traction will also enable you to go for a smaller board for even more freedom in your surfing. 

      The SWING will easily pick up speed but with a good angle, before being easily forgotten about in freefly. It generates power immediately, and this instant power can turn out to be crucial when kicking out of a wave or waterstarting to safely get to the next set. Finally, this wing is also perfect for attempting and succeeding in all maneuvers such as jibes and turns, 360, etc. 

      Overall, wing foiling with a SWING V3 is exceptionally intuitive. Beginners and experienced riders alike will enjoy its gentle feel and ease-of-use. Thanks to its wide wind range, riding in both the high and low end has never been so fun, and drawing dreamy lines has never been so easy. 

      Available in: 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0, 5.5 m² 

       

      Features

      REACTOR VALVE
      The reactor inflation valve offers a high flow 
      connection that twist locks the pump hose to the kite for an easy and super-fast inflation and deflation at the push of a button. 
      It provides a high air flow rate between the struts and leading edge.

      SAIL ENGINEERING
      Sail engineering is the science of controlling design and its behavior while flying. These features have been created with one goal in mind: Mastering the kite's loads to maintain the desired shape for the longest time. 
      1 – Warp Tension Line
      Woven fabrics feature a longitudinal 0° yarn (Warp) and a transversal 90° yarn (Weft). Therefore, a fabric has great elongation resistance and strength capacities if you apply tension at 0° or 90° along the yarns. But it will deform and stretch when tension is applied at, let’s say, 45°.
      2 – Load Control Panneling
      When engineering the load control paneling, F-One made sure that fabrics panels are warp/weft oriented, meaning that the load path runs through the yarns. Fabric and seams are then in the best position to receive tensions and maintain the original kite shape.
      3 – Staggered Seams
      Most of the kite’s back lines tension is distributed through the trailing-edge panels and seams. As seams are significantly stiffer than the fabric they join, they tend to strain under loads and therefore deform the profile. The staggered seams break that line of tension by balancing the stiffness between seams and cloth, which helps distribute the load over a wider area and maintain the original shape even under high loads.
      4 – Fabric Weight Management
      F-One's sails feature four different cloth weights, from 52 up to 155gr/m². Sail engineering allows F-One's to control the shape and drive load tensions without using heavy fabrics or bulky designs, therefore F-One can reduce fabric’s weight and use. It results in a lighter, optimized kite.

      HT80
      The HT80 is a woven double ripstop high tenacity polyester that brings increased stability and allows a better control of the profile of the kite or wing. 
      This material guarantees great resistance to elongation and tears, as well as increased durability overtime. 

      NANO
      This micro ripstop polyester 55g is used on the canopies of the Swing V3, CWC V2, Breeze V4 and One V2. Wings and kites are often left in the wind to flop. They are also very often wet, salty, and sandy; all factors that weaken them. The canopy must therefore be very durable to keep its rigidity over time and to ensure the same performance level between the day of purchase and the end of its life. It benefits from a NANO coating and a Plasma treatment process that brings an increased rigidity, resistance to elongation and tears, and durability. Used by F-One's bluesign-certified factory, Plasma is an eco-friendly technology that uses less chemicals in the finishing process while guaranteeing the same performances and stability. 

       

      HITEX

      To meet the specific needs of the development of wings and kites, and to offer a high-performance and durable product without using inaccessible materials, F-One has developed HITEX, a new high tenacity polyester. Available in 158g, and exclusively for F-One in 178g, this new material is incredibly resistant to elongation and increases the durability of wings and kites. 

      HITEX is an innovative, high tenacity polyester fiber with an enhanced high-quality weaving and coating that increases the fabrics' resistance. The 178g is a new weight and perfectly matches the needs of the center strut and center of its leading edge. The lighter 158g is used in the leading edge tips. 

      Used throughout the inflatable structure of the wings and kites and designed to handle the high pressures when inflating, HITEX offers performance and resistance. Thanks to extensive Sail Engineering work, the R&D team has placed each weight of HITEX in different areas allowing absolute control of the shape session after session. 

      Moving away from kite fabrics
      The efforts on a kite and on a wing are completely different.
      Here, F-One is talking about the structure of their products. Even if the canopy is the surface that receives the wind, the leading edge and the struts of a kite or a wing make up the main structure, and therefore guarantee their qualities in flight.

      Held by two central handles, its two sides tend to deform under wind pressure. This is why the leading edge of a 5m² kite is between 10-15cm in diameter, while the leading edge of a wing with the same surface is about twice as big.

      The larger the diameter of the leading edge, the larger the surface area of the fabric.

      The air pressure in a volume is applied to the cm², under the formula: pressure (Pa) = Force (N) / Surface (m²).

      With the same inflation, the material of the leading edge of a wing receives a much higher pressure than that of a kite.

      Moreover, in normal use, a wing is more often left flapping, dragged on abrasive surfaces, soaked in salt water, etc.

      The ideal fabric for a wing has increased pressure resistance, limited deformation, and outstanding durability.

      The High Tenacity Polyester: HITEX.
      After working with F-One's fabric manufacturer partners for a long time, F-One decided to use High Tenacity Polyester, a technical material offering a high resistance to elongation and superior durability.

      Because each part of a wing does not require the same resistance to deformation, F-One developed two weights: 178g for the center of the wing and 158g for the wingtips.
      The center of the wing must not deform in any way; it is the direct link between the user’s hands and the wind, and its rigidity guarantees stability of the wing while riding.

      It is however interesting to keep the wingtips less rigid. Indeed, a controlled deformation of the wingtips allows to pump more efficiently, to absorb strong wind gusts, and thus to offer an increased comfort throughout the ride.

      The use of this high tenacity fibre, in weights perfectly adapted to this sport and F-One's designs, has allowed them to reduce the diameter of the leading edge and to limit the use of additional reinforcements. This results in improved aerodynamics and reduced weight, offering better performances.

      The HITEX is coated with PLASMA, an innovation exclusive to F-One's supplier, which guarantees increased durability of the fabric. Coupled with high tenacity polyester fibres, it makes HITEX the most durable material on the market. F-One's wings stay in good shape much longer and thus retain their original design and performance over time. 

       

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