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Starting at €1,756
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Starting at €1,726
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Starting at €499
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Starting at 489 €.
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Starting at 469 €.
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Just like the airplane which uses overpressure and underpressure, the operation of the foil is based on the same principle. With speed, this force increases and drives the lift. In order to enjoy the sensations of foil surfing, it is essential to master the techniques of support to ensure good stability. Indeed, the foil is composed of several elements that need to be adapted to your level, namely the mast, the fuselage, the stabilizer and the front wing.
It is essential to choose your equipment according to your level but also your weight to practice surf foil. The front wing is one of the elements that guarantees the lift of the whole. Beginners will prefer a front wing with a large surface and a certain thickness. The surface will depend on the weight of the practice. Although this type of wing is limited in terms of speed (compared to a thin wing of the foil windsurf ) This kite allows you to have fun quickly and above all to be able to follow the wave. With a smaller and thinner wing, the speed of the whole will be faster. However, its use will be more technical. Attached perpendicular to the fuselage and the board, the size of the mast is also chosen according to your level. The ideal size to start surfing foil is to choose a short mast of about 70 cm. The latter will allow you to stay closer to the surface of the water and easily catch small waves.
There are different sizes of boards depending on the discipline and the level of the surfers. To ensure excellent stability when starting out, it is advisable to opt for a board with volume and which is long to facilitate gliding. This will allow you to keep a good stability and reduce the errors of support. You can opt for a less dense board depending on your progress.
Today there are two types of construction: aluminum and carbon. Carbon has several advantages over aluminum:
Certainly a more expensive foil at the beginning but more durable over time.
It is essential to start on small, soft waves. There’s no point in going for hollow at first :) It will come with time. To practice surfing foil, waves averaging 1 meter high can provide great sensations.
As for surfing, it is essential to start on the foil surfboard while lying down and paddle to catch a wave. When you feel the wave, you must rely on the speed generated by the slope to ensure the takeoff. There will be a few falls at the beginning, this is normal. Don’t try to ride along the wave like you would in surfing but really go straight. Put your supports forward at first so as not to make the surf foil take off too quickly. Once you are standing, press down on the back foot to take off.
Just like surfing, you can start to stand up when you feel the pressure of the water on your feet. For beginners, the start may require several sessions.
To progress in foil surfing, you can practice behind a boat with a rope and rudder (on the same principle as wakeboarding). You will be able to quickly find the right take-off techniques. Feel free to use a foil surfboard with a little more volume to stand on. After learning to fly, you can start to make turns. You will acquire the right reflexes after 3 to 5 sessions. Also think about going through a surf foil school to master the basics.