Unlocking the Freedom of Flight: Introducing the Waydoo EVO Hydrofoil Wings


Every adventure starts by customizing your board to your liking with the perfect combination of mast, wings, battery, and propulsion unit.

Embark on a journey of exploration and exhilaration with the Waydoo EVO series hydrofoil wings. Designed to elevate your eFoil experience to new heights, each wing offers unique features and capabilities to suit your riding style and preferences. Let's delve into the details of the Voyager G1500, Gliding G1500, and Voyager G1100 front wings, exploring their advantages and considerations for riders seeking the ultimate hydrofoil adventure.

VOYAGER G1500 1500 81.6*26.6*2.2CM Low  Stability
GLIDING G1500 1500 93.6*19.2*27.54CM Medium Stability
VOYAGER G1100 1100 69.6*19.5*2.2CM High Agility


Choosing the Right Wing for Your Adventure

Whether you prioritize stability, agility, or effortless glide, the Waydoo EVO series offers a hydrofoil wing to suit your needs. Consider factors such as wing area, dimensions, and material options when selecting the right wing for your eFoil adventures. With the Voyager G1500, Gliding G1500, and Voyager G1100 wings, you'll unlock the freedom of flight and experience the thrill of hydrofoil riding like never before.


Voyager G1500 Front Wing


  • Versatile Performance: The Voyager G1500 front wing excels in a wide range of conditions, offering stability and control for riders of all skill levels. With an area of 1500CM and dimensions of 81.6*26.6*2.2CM, this wing provides ample lift and stability, allowing for smooth and effortless gliding over the water.
  • Material Options: Available in both glass fiber and carbon fiber, riders can choose the material that best suits their preferences and performance goals. Carbon fiber offers lightweight agility and enhanced responsiveness, while glass fiber provides durability and affordability.


Gliding G1500 Front Wing


  • Effortless Glide: The Gliding G1500 front wing is designed for riders who crave a smooth and effortless glide across the water. With an area of 1500CM and dimensions of 93.6*19.2*27.54CM, this wing maximizes lift and stability, allowing for long, graceful rides and gentle turns.
  • Material Options: Like the Voyager G1500, the Gliding G1500 wing is available in glass fiber and carbon fiber options, offering riders the flexibility to choose the material that best suits their needs and preferences.


  • Dimensions: The larger size of the Gliding G1500 wing may impact maneuverability compared to smaller wings. Riders seeking dynamic performance and agility may prefer a smaller wing size for increased responsiveness.


Voyager G1100 Front Wing


  • Agile Performance: The Voyager G1100 front wing offers agile performance and maneuverability, making it an excellent choice for riders seeking dynamic turns and responsive handling. With an area of 1100CM and dimensions of 69.6*19.5*2.2CM, this wing provides a balance of lift and agility for riders of varying skill levels.
  • Material Options: Available in both glass fiber and carbon fiber, riders can choose the material that best aligns with their performance preferences and riding style.


  • Area: The smaller area of the Voyager G1100 wing may provide less lift compared to larger wings, particularly in rough or choppy water conditions. Riders should consider their weight and riding preferences when selecting the appropriate wing size.


 Carbon Fiber


  • Lightweight: Carbon fiber is renowned for its exceptional strength-to-weight ratio, making it significantly lighter than glass fiber. This lightweight nature enhances agility and responsiveness, allowing for more dynamic maneuvers and precise control on the water.
  • Stiffness: Carbon fiber is incredibly stiff, providing enhanced rigidity and responsiveness in hydrofoil wings. This stiffness translates to improved performance and efficiency, allowing riders to achieve higher speeds and sharper turns with less effort.
  • Durability: Despite its lightweight nature, carbon fiber is exceptionally durable and resistant to deformation. It can withstand high levels of stress and impact without compromising its structural integrity, ensuring longevity and reliability in challenging riding conditions.


  • Cost: Carbon fiber is a premium material with a higher production cost compared to glass fiber. As a result, products made from carbon fiber tend to be more expensive.
  • Brittleness: While carbon fiber is incredibly strong, it can be more brittle than glass fiber. In situations of extreme stress or impact, carbon fiber may be prone to fracturing or splintering, although this is relatively rare under normal riding conditions.


Glass Fiber


  • Affordability: Glass fiber is a cost-effective alternative to carbon fiber, making it more accessible to a wider range of riders. Products made from glass fiber are typically more affordable while still offering satisfactory performance and durability.
  • Impact Resistance: Glass fiber is less brittle than carbon fiber and exhibits better impact resistance. It can absorb energy from impacts more effectively, reducing the likelihood of fracturing or splintering during rough riding conditions.
  • Vibration Damping: Glass fiber has natural vibration damping properties, which can help reduce fatigue and discomfort during extended rides. This feature contributes to a smoother and more comfortable riding experience overall.


  • Weight: Glass fiber is denser and heavier than carbon fiber, resulting in slightly increased weight in hydrofoil wings and other products. While this may not be a significant drawback for some riders, it can affect agility and maneuverability to a certain extent.
  • Flexibility: Glass fiber is less stiff than carbon fiber, which may result in slightly reduced responsiveness and performance. Riders may experience a softer or less precise feel compared to carbon fiber wings, particularly during high-speed maneuvers.


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