FlightFins Falon II – The Most Modular System Yet

Flight Fins is continuing to evolve their products. Now enters the FF Falon II which is a complete game-changer in the world of Onewheel. As a daily Onewheel rider who’s navigated the world of Onewheel accessories, the FF Falcon II System is essentially Flight Fins on steroids. Let me walk you through why the Falcon II System is the best evolved FlightFins product to date.

Inside the FF Falcon II System

Priced at a reasonable $259.00, the FF Falcon II System stands out in the crowded market of Onewheel accessories. Here’s what makes it a cut above the rest:

Modular Design for Every Style: Whether you’re carving streets or hitting trails, the ‘Wings’ and ‘Talons’ options cater to both outside and inside stances. This versatility has been a game-changer in adapting my ride to different terrains and styles.

Customization is Key: The ability to adjust distances and angles means I can tailor the system to my riding preferences. It’s like having a bespoke suit; everything just fits perfectly.

Flexibility for Comfort and Control: The FalconFin feature, compatible with both Wings and Talons, offers adjustable tension settings. This means I can switch from a snug fit for rough terrains to a looser setting for casual rides.

Comprehensive Package: The system comes with everything you need – brackets, plates, fins, spacers, and hardware. It’s a testament to the thoughtfulness put into this American-made product.

Why I’m Excited About the FF Falcon II System

Having tried various wedges and fins, the Falcon II System is going to allow for the most nuanced positioning of the FalonFin providing you for the most personal ride experience ever.

wtf rails on a trail

So my board has always been equipped with Fins which I prefer over Falons. I really like that Fins do not lock me in but they allow for me to help ‘nudge’ my board over roots, rocks and stumps along my trail rides.

However sometimes, I do wish I could pull these Fins out a bit. More than what a FlightFin extender could do. The reason is, the only real way to really engage an original Flightfin is that you have to be close to the hub and for that I have to move my foot a bit to engage it.

The modularity of The Falcon 2 system is what sells this accessory. You are no longer stuck having to place a Wing or Talon on the ends of the foot pad.


The FF Falcon II System is more than just an accessory; it’s a crucial upgrade to any rider that is looking to dial in their FlightFins a bit more than what you could previously. The Falon 2 is a combination of versatility, customization, and quality that makes it a standout product that I can wholeheartedly recommend. Whether you’re a veteran rider or just starting, the Falcon II System is an investment that will redefine your riding experience.

David Bank

David Bank - Onewheel Enthusiast and has been an avid Onewheel rider since 2020. With thousands of miles logged on various Onewheel models and builds, David has a deep understanding of the mechanics, safety protocols, and the joy of Onewheel riding. He has been featured in Onewheel community events and has contributed articles to leading Onewheel forums and PEV communities. David also runs a YouTube channel where he shares tips, reviews, and tutorials related to Onewheel.

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