Looking at the shape of the front wing, it’s very thick at the front, which is where the smooth lift originates from at low speed, and this combines with the very large 450 moustache shaped rear wing for more solid lift and overall stability. The 1650 feels rock steady between my front and back feet. The central section remains very flat between the tips, which helps provide a stable platform, while the down curved tips offer the necessary lateral grip for easy riding and carving without feeling too locked-in.
The 1650 is incredibly stable and what I still appreciate is the very low stall speed. You have to really be going very slowly for this wing to drop, which is remarkable when you also consider how comfortable it is in more tricky conditions with a very acceptable riding speed.