Why We Like The Cyclone Wing C2
Dakine's Cyclone Wing C2 is an easy choice regardless of wind conditions. Its ultra-rigid design ensures a stable ride whether the wind's strong enough to ride without a wave or weak enough to need the tide's assistance. We also like that Dakine added windows for increased overhead visibility. The Cyclone Wing is super easy to inflate and deflate thanks to Dakine's Sprint valve.
- Versatile wing for wakefoiling in most conditions
- Rigid design allows a stable drift on waves and going downwind
- TPU windows increase visibility
- Widespan handles are micro-adjustable for the perfect grip
- Sprint inflate valve is easy to set up and take down
- Item #DAKZ7MX
- Nano tech ripstop, high-tenacity Dacron LE, KEVLAR® [window] TPU
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited 1 year
- 2.5m, 3.1m, 4m, 5m, 6.2m
5 based on 1 ratings
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September 20, 2022
Stoked on this Dakine Cyclone Wing!
- I've used it several times
- Size Bought:
- 6' 2"
These Dakine Cyclone Wings perform exceptionally well - par for the course with Dakine products. They are lightweight, efficient, and look good too. If you are new to wing-foiling and unsure of what size to go with for your first wing, I generally recommend getting a 4 meter if you are under 155 lbs, and a 5 meter if you are over 155 pounds and plan to primarily ride in moderate wind speeds (~20-28 mph). If you get two or more wings eventually, try to spread each additional size out by 2 meters from whatever size you start with. Doing this will maximize the wind conditions you can ride in. I started with a 5m, then added a 3.1m and 6.2m Cyclone to my quiver. I've been really impressed with these wings. Such a neat sport that brings those ocean vibes to any body of water with some wind!
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