Wing foiling CWC

The new Light Wind Wing F-One

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Liquid Blue Cabarete is Mega proud to represent F-One in Dominican Republic. F-One keeps growing & improving their gear on a daily. Always testing and coming out with new gear! F-One brings another breakthrough design with the Strike CWC which offers high-performance in light wind conditions. The Strike CWC is more maneuverable and easier to flip around when on the water. Pumping is super easy and gets you planning in no time as the wing tips don’t touch the water when you bend your arms. This unique compactness allows a very comfortable ride with big wing sizes. Watch the Video Available in 3 different sizes: 6.0 – 7.0 – 8.0 Nearly two years after the release of our first Swing we have found the ultimate way to add surface to the wing without compromising lightness and performance. The new patented Compact Wing …

How To Protect Your Foil ft Charles Osterlund – Cabarete, Dominican Republic

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Hey guys ! Charles Osterlund here with Liquid Blue Cabarete in Cabarete, Dominican Republic. A lot of people have been asking how I protect my foil while travelling, transporting it, moving around and this is the answer. A lot of brands have been coming out with this foil cover/protector. Some people just cover the front wing, this is a full cover. As you can see in the video it covers everything and that is the perfect way to bring your foil anywhere you want. There is also a protector for your mast… Personally I don’t really think I need it since I don’t transport it that much. I hope this video has helped you and see you on the water! Thank you for watching and we hope you enjoyed our video! For any idea or questions you may have, comment …

Comparison between the 4.2/5/6 m Swing – Cabarete, Dominican Republic

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Hi everyone, Welcome back to our blog! Here is a little comparison between the biggest wings on the F-One range. There is about six wings in the line up, and the ones we are comparing today are the biggest ones. All seems the perfect fit for our conditions here in Cabarete and could be used all the way to 25 knots. It all depends with what gear you match it with and the conditions of your home spot. For more detailed infos, watch the video : ) Thank you for watching and we hope you enjoyed our video! For any idea or questions you may have, comment in the section below or email us at hello@lbcabarete.com! If you want to stay up to date with our content – subscribe to our YouTube and check us out on: Instagram: @lbcabarete Facebook: …