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Foiling has become more and more popular in recent years and is enjoying ever-increasing popularity. Not only in the field of windsurfing and kitesurfing are the Foils on the rise, even as stand up paddle boards or surfboards they can now be driven. The big advantage of a hydrofoil is that it makes a surfboard less resistant than a traditional set-up. A lower resistance leads to better performance under comparable conditions. That's why you have a clear advantage even in moderate waves with a Foil. Most of the energy is consumed in overcoming the limit, that is, to the point where the board rises out of the water and begins to float. Once the Hydrofoil is in motion, the competition, consisting of longboarders and classic Malibu surfers, can confidently pack in terms of speed.
The hydrofoil surfboards do not differ significantly from Malibu or minimalibu boards. However, their compact shape with a relatively wide outline makes them clearly distinguishable from longboards and fish models. Some hydrofoil surfboards have a swallow tail, which allows faster acceleration to the limit. They are provided with a generous EVA deck for a non-slip stand, while their medium size with a long hull is crucial for preventing the board from buckling with little effort. Many hydrofoil boards are not pure windsurfing, kite boards or surfers, but crossover models that can be converted in seconds by mounting the appropriate accessories. The position of the hydrofoil can be changed as desired, depending on whether you are on the move with kite, sail, paddle or in the wave. In the production, the surfboard manufacturers work with materials such as epoxy and fiberglass, polycarbonate and rigid foam, also used in the production of classic wood surfboards, basal woods.
The great potential of hydrofoil surfboards is that they deliver a very good performance even in moderate waves. Although the Foil design is still relatively at the beginning of development, changes have already been made that take surfing to a new level and allow maneuvers that were previously impossible. For example, a skilled Foil surfer can rip several waves in a row, connecting them with a bottom-turn and energetic push. The paddling is superfluous - in the push movement, the board floats on the water, until you have latched into the next wave, the Foil Board picks up speed and you can cruise cruising down-the-line. On the pages of our online surf shop you will find a select selection of surfboards from the Hydrofoil range of Buster, Naish, NoveNove, NSP as well as Starboard, BIC and Earth and Light. In addition, we offer you any surfboard accessories of the top manufacturers. From different surfboard waxes to surfboard bags and leash, to repair kits and merchandise, our surf shop is just the place to live out your shopping spree.