Even if you have some watersports experience, opting for large, slow, forgiving beginner wingfoil package will get you flying much faster compared to freestyle, responsive, fancy, carbon high tech, stuff advanced riders are riding.
Best gear is the one which fits your ability, size, and home spot conditions. Yes, some wings have more grunt, some foils have smoother takeoff and some boards provide more stability, but those are almost irrelevant compared to the time spent on the water. All other things equal, as a watersports novice, even if you would make all the wrong gear choices but be able to spend 10 hours per week learning, you would progress significantly faster compared to someone who purchased the perfect gear but can spend only 3 hours per week on the water.
So, to summarize, the best wingfoil beginner package is one that combines large, slow, and forgiving gear with plenty of time spent on the water. This type of gear will allow you to make the most of your time on the water by boosting your confidence through stability and ease of control.
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