The Airwave rear wings are much smaller than our front wings so their weight is less of an issue. Regardless, all Airwave Rear wings are made from carbon as the connection point with the fuselage needs to withstand a lot of stress.
The wider your rear wing, the more roll stability your setup will exhibit. Winglets or anhedral/dihedral shapes will aid in directional stability, fighting yaw. But those variations will affect the roll stability less than downright width.
The more chord your rear wing features (leading edge to trailing edge), the more pitch stability you will have. Interestingly, fewer wingspan and narrower chords will create a more responsive foiling setup. make for a faster reaction in their roll and pitch directions.
The allrounder – flat with mild winglets, a fast and loose rear wing that works well with all NSP Front wings.
This is NSP's go-to back wing. With plenty of positive rider feedback, it makes pumping a breeze. It comes standard with the Airwave FW 1325 foil package and the Airwave FW 1700 foil package.
The RW 330 rear wing weighs 0.2kg and is suitable for surf, wingfoiling, windsurfing, kitesurfing, and wakefoiling.
This is our most stable rear wing, designed for directional stability, this wing compliments our FW 1250 and FW 1400 wings.
Handling fast direction changes with ease and totally at home at higher speeds, this is the best option for freeride windsurfing, wingfoiling, kitefoiling, advanced surf, and sup foilers.
The RW 340 M wing weighs 0.2kg and is suitable for surf, wingfoiling, windsurfing, kitesurfing and wakefoiling.
The high-aspect stabilizer for efficient sustained flight and downwind high-performance. Less drag, less pumping, and a longer ride. Freeride windsurf foilers should use this wing in combination with the 85 Fuselage and its standard-issue two-degree shim.
The RW 245 downwind weighs 0.16kg and is best suited for downwinding and windsurf foiling.
This pre-preg carbon rear-wing is held in place with two screws. With a reduced surface, your surfing setup comes alive, enabling you to maneuver faster than before.
Its chord and width ratio of the RW 240 is designed to increase responsiveness in roll and pitch, allowing you to carve and pump your way through the swell, double- and triple-dipping from one ride to the next.
The RW 240 Radical surf wing weighs 0.23kg and should be used for foil surfing.
This pre-preg carbon rear-wing is held in place with two screws. Intended for windsurfing and kitesurfing specifically, the RW 228 is designed for sustained flight and an emphasis on directional stability.
This is achieved by using articulated winglets and a more neutral profile. Freeride windsurf foilers should use this wing in combination with the 85 Fuselage and its standard-issue two-degree shim.
The RW 228 Windsurf Wing weighs 0.23kg and is designed for directional stability that will help your windsurf foiling.