2023 North Nova Wing
The North Nova foiling wing is an advanced wing that was designed to provide the ultimate in foiling performance. It is made from a combination of lightweight yet durable materials and features advanced aerodynamics for maximum lift and stability. The wing is designed to be used with a variety of foiling boards, and it offers superior performance in all conditions. It is highly versatile and can be used in a range of conditions from light wind to heavy wind. The wing is also designed to be easy to use and offers great control and maneuverability. The North Nova foiling wing is perfect for any foiling enthusiast looking for the best performance for their money.
North made some huge improvements to the Nova Foiling Wing to bring us a totally different wing for 2023. Significantly more stiff and powerful, you may feel that you can size down compared to the 2022 Nova Wing. The surfing ability of the 2023 Nova foiling is effortless compared to the last, the weight savings and new shape allow the wing to float longer when your apparent wind drops to zero.
Master of the upwind, glide through tacks, float through gybes, and lofty jumps with bonus hangtime. Whatever goal you’re chasing, the Nova will send you there faster.
- Maximum low-end power for instant up & go
- Swept outline with pulled-in tips
- Stiffer, more responsive airframe
- Cleaner canopy and TE tension
- Load-bearing panel layout
- Wider wind range
- Reduced overall weight
- Lighter feel with uplift for effortless transitions
- Tapered reflexed wingtips for top-end de-power
- Wide-angle window positioning
- Versatile and easy to use
- Excellent loft and hangtime
- Independent dual-inflation pressure for strut and LE
- New N-HTRS High-Performance Canopy Material
- Durable and lightweight Dacron LE/Strut material
- Intuitive rigid GripLock handles (optional Carbon handles sold separately)
- New silicon knuckle guard under depower handle
- New strategic STPU scuff protection
- New lighter-weight bladder material, reinforced in high-wear areas