Naish foils have been largely popular as of late due to the antics of Kai Lenny, a jaw-dropping waterman who has world class skill in the kiteboarding, surfing, SUP, and windsurfing sports. His contributions to the sport are numerous and until just recently it has been done on Naish foils and boards. Naish modular Thrust hydrofoils are designed for kiteboarding, surfing, SUP, and windsurfing, but have also become a popular choice for wake foilers. Naish offers one of the largest varieties of foilboards with an option to fit almost any situation.
Tucker interviews Naish designer Nils Rosenblad
So Naish has been in the game for a long time. When did Naish start making gear? When did you join their design team?
Robby has been making his own boards since forever - thinking late 80s - under the Naish name, but Naish as a standalone brand really started in the mid 90s with their windsurfing sails. I've been with them since 2005.