Set up

Take the wing out of the bag and unroll it with the leading edge pointed into the wind.  Unfold both the leading and trailing edges so the wing is lying flat on the ground.

Insert the two white glass fiber mini battens at the trailing edge got elongate the long main battens next to the strut.


Insert the black carbon fiber batten on the inside of the canopy between the rib and the leading edge.


Attach the waist leash with a larks head loop to the leash attachment point on the wing.


Check the screws of the boom, tighten if needed.


Make sure the valve is 'closed': the yellow pin is up. If the valve is open (yellow pin is down) push the pin while turning it a quarter rotation to come up.


Follow this procedure:

Inflate the strut first, but do not pressurize it yet.

Make sure the bladder sits correctly touching the frame material at all places, especially at both ends in the corners.


Inflate the leading edge, again make sure the bladder sits correctly, then pump to full pressure (7-8 psi). Be careful not to over-inflate.

Then inflate the strut to 7-8 psi as well. At this point the wing is ready for use.



Pack down

At the end of your session, you can choose to do a complete tear down and pack up, or a simple pack down so the wing is faster to set up for the next session.


Complete tear down and pack up

Just follow the reverse procedure of setting up.

To open the valve push the yellow pin, when turning it a quarter rotation while it is being pushed it will stay down and remain open.


Simple pack down

Deflate the strut almost all the way. Deflate the leading edge completely. Roll each tip towards the center. Unzip the bag extensions, and insert the wing into the bag.


Maintenance and care

Store the wing dry and out of the sun.  There is no need to rinse salt water off the wing every time.  Avoid rolling it up with sand on the canopy as this will abrade the mono film, diminishing its transparency over time.

Should a small tear in the monofilm occur, clean the area around the tear on both sides using a cloth and some alcohol. Then tape the tear together e.g. using clear packing tape.

Should a large tear occur, you can still use the above technique to get back out onto the water, and then take the wing to a professional repair shop at a later time for a panel replacement.





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