Issue #13

At 268 pages full of foil adventure, tech, interviews, gear tests, inner knowledge and foil know-how, issue #13 becomes – once again – our biggest issue ever… and it's the ultimate read for those who foil.

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WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE // The rugged mystery of Patagonia awaits as we interview Olympic sailor turned environmentalist Yago Lange, whose exploration of the land's hidden corners by wing also feeds into his mission to educate himself and others on the blight of ocean-borne plastics….

AFTER THE STORM // Tom Soupart and friends rode out a destructive typhoon in the Philippines which ravaged the coasts with gusts of over 270km/h. However, once it had passed and with the clean up under way, he faced a moral dilemma…

4/10 // When a prolonged run of solid swell hit Eastern Australia, it was a chance for Jeremy Wilmotte to foil waves equivalent to those regularly enjoyed by his peers in the Hawaiian Islands. Not everyone was as respectful of its power as Jeremy was though…

DREAMLAND // North team rider Fabi Muhmenthaler and Olympic RSX champion Marina Alabau scored the dream ticket when they were invited to take part in a product shoot on the Sardinian coast. Somewhat frustratingly, several hundred jellyfish got the memo too…

THE LAND OF THE LEFTS // Isolated islands, windswept point breaks, and some of the longest left-handers on the planet… For Stefan Spiessberger and friends, Chile's dusty corners quickly became a wingfoiling Shangri-La.

KEEPING IT KERNOW // From Chile to chilly, or at least for a good part of the year. But this doesn't stop Tom Earl from singing in praise of his home county of Cornwall in the UK, even if it does get kinda nuts in the summertime…

THE DEATH AND REBIRTH OF THE WCFC // When the West Coast Foil Club suddenly fell quiet at such a halcyon time for the sport, a lot of people were left wondering why. But the importance of its legacy lives on, and now, happily, it's about to return, thanks to Freedom Foil Boards' Chris Sayer.


ISLAND STYLE
// Pietro Kiaulehn's home from home in Fuerteventura is a wild and rugged island that's regularly battered by Atlantic swell and wind. But it also has pretty limitless charm, as Pietro continues to discover…

RED FLAG DAY // Back home in Mauritius after an enforced one-and-a-half years away, Willow-River Tonkin was thirsty to get out into some decent swells with his new CORE gear. The stars aligned, the day arrived, and what seemed like a tame swell continued to grow. And grow…

FLORIDA GLASS // When Brian Finch, Logan Newman and Rob Carney welcomed Paul Cooper to the neighborhood for some Florida foil funtime, the conditions weren't initially playing ball. But then the wind switched, the waves cleaned up, and the BBQ was in abundance… It's safe to say Paul loved it.

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