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The possibility of riding and having fun in much lighter winds than many other windsports is very exciting. We’ve been looking at how to spend even more time on the water, without compromising a wing in ease of use when it comes to handling or performance. That’s why we’re introducing the SuperNatural Short Span Design.

SuperNatural SSD has a shorter wingspan by increasing the strut length, and added side struts, which allow for a more boxed shape in the wingtips. This shape is also perfect for lightwind performance! For added ease of use, we increased the dihedral (arc) angle to keep the wingtips from touching the water. Combined with our new rigid handles, these large wings are super easy to handle, and absolute beasts in light wind performance.

That’s not everything! We all know that light winds can easily pick up, so we made sure to tune the canopy and profile so that it stays very controllable in higher windspeeds, so you don’t have to worry about switching wings, and can keep on riding and focus on what you love doing.


6.0m | 7.2m | 8.2m


Moving out of Hawaii to Southern California made me realize we had a gap in our range. I really wanted to get out more but the winds were too light, so I got to work and designed a wing with a huge amount of power, that still handles incredibly well. It’s become a true session saver and with all the positive feedback we’ve been getting, I’m truly proud of this entirely new product in our range.

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Evolutive dihedral

Arc angle

Each size SuperNatural and SuperNatural SSD has a specifically tuned dihedral for an optimum projected wingspan. An increased dihedral also helps keeping the wingtips out of the water and improves ease of use on larger sizes.


Wind range estimated for a 75kg (165lbs) rider on an 88L board with a 1280 foil.

Size 6.0m 7.2m 8.2m
Windrange (kts) 9-22 8-20 6-15
Aspect ratio 2,15 2,125 2,1
Projected Wingspan (m) 3,5 3,75 3,95
Chord (m) 2,1 2,33 2,55
Arc angle (deg) 17 17,75 18