The neutron radio frequency (RF) spin flipper is one of the key components to implement neutron resonance spin echo (NRSE) for high resolution measurements of dynamics in materials. Various types of RF flippers have been built and implemented including adiabatic and non-adiabatic RF flippers. For a pulsed neutron source, adiabatic RF flipper is more favorable due to its wide operation bandwidth. However, the optimization criteria of an adiabatic RF flipper is still lacking. Also they are difficult to be operated in bootstrap mode, which can be use to minimize the phase aberration and increase the achievable resolution. In the report by Dadisman et al. (2019), an adiabatic RF flipper has been built for the first time with superconducting technologies, which allows bootstrap mode. In this article, the method of optimizing the device and the detailed design will be discussed for each component of the device.