Slingshot Infinity Carbon Wing-76cm (H11)

by Slingshot • SKU 840362131741
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Product Information


Tech Specs:

  • Weight 4.25LBS
  • Carbon Composite Construction
  • Reverse compatible with all Slingshot Foils
  • Includes Mast cap and hardware to use while foiling in B fuselage position
  • Included in the 2019 FSurf complete foil package
  • Designed for all around foil surfing and long glides
Foil Speed:8-22 Knots
Surface Area:1534cm²
Aspect Ratio:3.7

2019 Hover Glide Foil Parts

2019 Hover Glide Foil Parts

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
James Jenkins
Super Fun Versatile Wing

Ever since Slingshot released their new infinity 76 wing package I have been riding it and it has brought my foiling to another level. I have used it for prone paddling-in foiling, wakefoiling behind the boat, tow-foiling behind a ski in waves 8-10ft+, and flatwater dock starts/pumping around etc. Additionally, the option to ride the wing in Position A or Position B gives you a wide range to find the perfect positioning for you with the right amount of lift, etc. I prefer riding mine in position A with the mast pushed pretty forward on the board. Once I became comfortable on the 71 cm mast, I put my infinity 76 on Slingshot’s 90 cm mast. I originally did this for tow foiling bigger waves to have a little bit more wiggle room and height on the foil. However, once I got used to the tall mast, I have used it for prone foiling and have really enjoyed it. You can take off on more critical waves and pump more effortlessly when you’re higher in the air. The only 2 downsides that I have towards the infinity 76 are A) the amount of hardware and different size wrenches needed to assemble (it comes with all the tools you need but its still a lot) and B) the weight of the foil setup itself compared to other brands that I have tried and all-carbon setups that I have tried. Ultimately, I have ridden a bunch of waves on my infinity 76 in North Carolina, Nicaragua, Virgin Islands, and I am now taking my high roller and infinity 76 setup to Fiji to foil all the waves there and I am stoked!

Austin Leder
Great entry level foil

This foil is very good for a beginner surf foiler it glides on nothing and provides a lot of power through the pumps. The only downfall is the top end speed this foil doesn’t really transition into kiting it’s definitely surf and wake surf specific.

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