Armstrong MA Range | Expanded Sizes

Armstrong add to their Mid Aspect range with three new sizes…

We’re stoked to bring you our latest MA foil sizes 1750, 1475 and 625! Building on the 1225, 1000 and 800, these new sizes expand the range’s performance on either end of the spectrum. The 1750 and 1475 cater to larger riders winging in light conditions or smaller surf, along with anyone getting their downwind game on. Our 625 brings a combination of speed and manoevrability that’s ideal for tow surfing, freestyle winging or prone surfing for lighter riders. Whichever size you choose, these new MA foils build on our ongoing dedication to bring you the best equipment we can to help drive your progression. See you on the water!

Explore the range in detail along with rider recommendations here.

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