If you're serious about learning to foil, this course will be an invaluable investment in your time and energy but, most importantly, you'll have fun with the process.
Foiling is an amazing addition to our great sport and I am stoked to have the opportunity to take you along for the ride.
Foiling is an intermediate to advanced discipline of kiteboarding. The learning process requires experience and proficient kite flying skills. Foiling requires acute attention to body position and weight distribution. Learning these skills requires developing new muscle memory before they feel natural. For these reasons I highly recommend you can ride without crashing your kite, body drag, ride underpowered, relaunch easily before you begin the course.
- Théorie & Safety Assessment
- Body dragging with a foil
- Waterstart position
- "Touch and go"
Progression Foil Board
The perfect entry-level foil board with the same design fundamentals as our narrower Core foil board, making it extremely versatile, taking you from your first steps in foiling to advanced freeride.
The wider nose optimizes the stability when touching down or getting started, while the narrower tail allows the board to be edged into the wind more aggressively.
The refined bottom shape features bevel rails in the tail with a release edge merging to the convex nose bottom shape for soft touch downs on any angles.
Designed to take you from your first steps in foiling to advanced carving. The Airush Carving Foil set features our high stability, 1050 cm2 carving front wing, and 70cm Mast as standard.
The larger wing provides lift at lower speed while the intermediate mast length creates a very stable platform for the entry-level rider or advanced rider looking for more maneuver oriented riding.