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  • Intermediate/Advanced Riders
  • Rigid Carbon Fibre Handles
  • Redesigned for Handling & Speed
Prix régulier£565.00
Taxes incluses.
  • Free UK shipping
  • 60-day returns

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Embrace the evolution of wing foiling with our newest innovation, the FTERO HAWK Foil Wing. This advanced model is the pinnacle of our commitment to enhancing your wing foiling experience with high-performance features and unparalleled quality.

This new addition to our lineup not only surpasses its predecessor, the FTERO DOME V2, in performance but also redefines the standards of high-end affordable wing foiling gear.

Why the HAWK stands out:

Dihedral Design

The HAWK features an optimised dihedral angle and a straight central strut for fast, dynamic responsiveness and unparalleled stability, ensuring an exhilarating yet controlled ride.

Structural Integrity

Reinforced construction and a 9PSI pressure rating contribute to the HAWK's rigidity, enabling efficient wind energy harnessing and direct power transfer.

Ergonomic Carbon-Fibre Handles

Equipped with EVA foam, these handles provide comfort and grip, ensuring controlled rides and immediate power transfer with essential stability.

Lightweight and Robust Design

The HAWK's elimination of window panels reduces weight and failure points, ensuring durability with a consistent elastic modulus across the canopy.

Optimised Stitching and Paneling

Enhanced design for optimal load distribution, fortifying the wing against high-speed foiling stresses.

Enhanced Trailing Edge and Batons

These features minimise fluttering for a smooth, stable flight.

Upgraded Dual Valve System

Inherits DOME V2's quick inflate/deflate feature, with enhanced robustness and ease of use.

Premium Storage Bag

A spacious, high-quality bag is included, offering extra space for a pump and ensuring protection and portability of your gear.


The FTERO HAWK is more than just a foil wing; it's a testament to our unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of wing foiling.

With its combination of speed, stability, and structural excellence, the HAWK is poised to elevate your foiling to new heights. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or an aspiring enthusiast, the FTERO HAWK is your ticket to an unparalleled wing foiling experience. 

  • Performance-Tweaked Dihedral: Flattened angle for faster, dynamic response. Central strut acts as a stabilizing rudder.
  • Reinforced Build: Enhanced materials and stitching for up to 9PSI pressure, ensuring rigidity and direct power transfer.
  • Rigid Carbon Fiber Handles: With EVA foam for comfort, offering controlled rides and stable structural support.
  • Streamlined Construction: No window panels for a lighter wing, fewer failure points, and uniform canopy elasticity.
  • Improved Stitching & Paneling: Optimal load distribution for high-speed foiling durability.
  • Trailing Edge & Batons: Minimizes flutter, enhancing flight stability.
  • Enhanced Dual Valve System: Quick inflate/deflate, robust for longevity.
  • Premium Storage Bag: Larger, high-quality bag for easy transport and pump storage.
  • FTERO HAWK Foil Wing
  • FTERO Hand leash
  • FTERO Backpack

FTERO Hand Pump NOT Included


At FTERO, we stand behind our products and want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase. That's why we offer a 60-day return policy. If you're not happy with your product for any reason, you can return it to us within 60 days of the original purchase date for a full refund.

To be eligible for a return, your item must be in the same condition that you received it, with all original packaging and accessories included. Simply contact our customer service team to initiate the return process, and we'll provide you with instructions on how to send your product back to us.

We want you to feel confident in your purchase, and our 60-day return policy is just one way we ensure that you have a positive shopping experience with us.


Wing foiling, also known as wing surfing or winging, is an exhilarating water sport that draws inspiration from kitesurfing, windsurfing, and surfing.

The rider stands on a hydrofoil board while holding onto a handheld wing, which captures the wind to generate both lift and propulsion, enabling the rider to glide smoothly over the water.

The unique combination of the hydrofoil and wing allows for a versatile experience, making wing foiling an exciting fusion of existing water sports.

With the right conditions and equipment, wing foiling offers a captivating blend of aerial and sailing dynamics.

The appropriate wing size largely depends on your weight and the wind conditions.

Typically, a 4m² wing is ideal for riders under 70kg, while a 5m² wing is recommended for those over that weight, making a suitable starting point for most.

Larger wings are preferred in lighter wind conditions as they catch more wind, whereas smaller wings are better suited for heavier wind conditions, offering ample surface area to gain speed while remaining manageable.

It's crucial to choose the right size as a wing that's too large can pose a safety hazard for both the rider and others around.

Please reach out to our team via chat if you want to ensure you pick the right size!

Wing foiling can be easier to pick up compared to windsurfing or kitesurfing, particularly with the right guidance and equipment.

The level of difficulty largely depends on one's previous experience with water sports, the learning environment, and the quality of instruction received.

It's advisable for beginners to take some lessons, especially in wing handling, to navigate the initial learning curve smoothly.

With consistent practice and a supportive community, mastering wing foiling becomes an achievable goal.

Emerging from the fusion of windsurfing and foiling, wing foiling has carved its niche in water sports.

The journey began with S. Newman Darby's invention of windsurfing in the early 1960s, where he introduced the sailboard, the precursor to today's windsurf board.

However, it's the advent of modern foils that has propelled wing foiling into the spotlight, evolving it into an exhilarating sport that captures the essence of both windsurfing and foiling.

Unlike the nascent wingsurfing attempts in Maui during the mid-80s, today's wing foiling benefits from advanced tube kites and foils, igniting a new wave of enthusiasm among water sports enthusiasts and positioning wing foiling as the latest sensation in aquatic adventure.

The ideal wind range for beginners in wing foiling is between 15 and 20 knots (28 and 38kph), which provides a balanced condition for learning to generate enough speed to take flight while maintaining control of the board.

In lighter winds below 15 knots, generating the required speed can be challenging, whereas, in winds exceeding 20 knots, maintaining control becomes increasingly difficult, especially for those new to the sport.

It's advisable for beginners to start in the mentioned wind range, gradually progressing to a broader range of conditions as their skill level advances.

With the right equipment and instruction, wing foiling can be enjoyable in a variety of wind conditions.


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