2018 Liquid Force Rocket Fish Foil Board
4'8" x 19" // Volume 15L // Comes with 3 straps and fins
Let's Chat: 2017 MACkite Foil Showdown
If 2016 was the year of the foil (according to the ancient kiteboarder zodiac calendar), then 2017 is the year of foil refinement. Hydrofoils are being ridden for more than simply racing, and are now accessible for most riders. For goodness sake, Kai Lenny is ridding them without a tow-in on waves. Here are our 2017 winners. Every product in our catalog is quite special, but the below foils really impressed us. Read more...
Let's Chat: What to Know About Hydrofoils
Well, we have been in the foil game for a long time now and have tested and analyzed each choice to make it easy for you. Here is an in-depth look at the designs and benefits of the current kiteboard hydrofoil market. Tucker weighs in on the foilboarding construction from the in-depth nuances to compatibility charts. Read more...
What Liquid Force has to say about the 2018 Rocket Fish
We think that adding a free riding hydrofoil board to your quiver should serve a couple purposes. The Rocket foil board is wonderful for first time glides on a foil all the way to advanced foil carving. The Rocket Foil board has higher surface area and a slight increased rocker line that assist in water “touch down” deflection, keeping the board from submerging and giving the rider plenty of time to master the art of riding a foil. While this board does have an adjustable track mounting system for the foil it also serves as a great board to ride without the foil. If you find yourself in an area to shallow, to much sea or lake weeds, don’t worry! The Rocket works great as a directional, all around fun board! Board comes complete with a directional fin system and enough straps for an inline setup or a staggered 3 strap setup.
LF's Happy Foilboard Specifications
Foilboard Characteristics Chart
Liquid Force Foilboarding Intro Videos
Video #1: Sensi Graves & Liquid Force Cover How-To Foilboard With The LF Foil Fish
If you're ready to take your kiteboarding experience to the next level, Liquid Force is willing to take you on a how-to journey of all of the ins and outs of foilboarding. Join sultry-voiced narrator Siskar and LF Team Rider Sensi Graves on a trek through this instructional video on the beginnings of foilboarding. Liquid Force's tutorial focuses on how to carry your foilboard, prepping your launch, how to launch, staying on your foil, and how to prepare for crashes. Read more...
Video #2: Sensi Graves, Siskar & Liquid Force Team Riders Introduce Foilboarding Basics With The LF Foil Fish
Have you checked out our blog post on Liquid Force's first video on how to foilboard, featuring LF's Foil Fish? If you have, and you're thinking, "Hmm..this is great, but I need to learn more about improving my footing to really make that foilboarding a sick ride." Well, rejoin Liquid Force's Siskar, Sensi Graves, and other LF team riders on a journey to advance your riding technique. Liquid Force's video will give you some tips for proper body positioning, how to use the stop and drop technique to change your direction, and how to toe-side turn. Read more...
Video #3: Join Liquid Force Team Riders and Siskar In Their Final Installment on How-To Foilboard With The Foil Fish
You've dominated the waters on your foilboard with the techniques given by the sultry-voiced Siskar and Sensi Graves in their first foilboarding instructional video. You've mastered commanding your board as seen in the second Liquid Force tutorial. Now you, the ever-vigilant-watcher-of-all-things-how-to, can check out Liquid Force's final installment of how to foilboard using the LF Foil Fish (it's sad, we know). This time they're kicking it up a notch with showing you heel-side turns, tacks, jibes, jumps, front rolls, back rolls, and more than you could possibly imagine could come from one video. Read more...
The all-new Slingshot Hover Glide NF2 foil is low-cost, entry-level option in the 2016 Slingshot Foil lineup. The Hover Glide is designed for all-around performance freeriding, from beginner to intermediate. The aluminum and composite construction keep the price point low and durability high. This stable, user-friendly foil features a 35.5" mast (stock), with multiple other sizes available for progression and shallow-water foiling.
This foil is able to be mounted to any of Slingshot's foil-specific board options, and can be broken down completely for transport. If you're looking to get into the foiling scene without completely emptying the wallet, the Hover Glide NF2 from Slingshot is the foil for you.
The Rocket Foil shares the mast and fuselage dimensions of the Happy Foil. A longer cord length, thinner profile mast, and a 78cm fuselage with multiple wing position placement. The easy to ride low aspect wings set this foil apart from the progression pack. The durable glass construction of the wings allows for easy entry up onto a foil and lower glide speeds, making this set perfect for the first timer to the advanced foil trick master.
The Happy Foil offers next level performance in a free riding / free race design. A longer cord length, thinner profile mast, 78 cm fuselage with multiple wing position placement, and a fluid carbon lamination medium aspect wing set will have you running with the fastest hydro crew at the beach while keeping foiling fun. If you feel the need for a tuned ride, the Happy foil wings come with variable rear wing shims to adjust the angle of attack for the perfectly balanced feel.
The Ghost Whisper is the newest edition to Slingshot’s rapidly expanding foil lineup. This sleek carbon foil is fine-tuned for all-conditions riding and aggressive freeride performance. As a testament to the commitment Slingshot has to developing the most comprehensive foil lineup in kiteboarding, the Ghost Whisper features a modular design and sturdy aluminum fuselage that allows riders to change wingsets to achieve dramatically different performance characteristics. Buying into the Ghost Whisper foil is an investment in an evolving program, not just a single product.
Discover quiet flying on your windsurfer. Tony Logosz designed this wing with emphasis on control, stability and early take-off. Once you get out of first gear in your learning process, the H2 wing will allow you to lean out and push like you’re riding on a fin and jibe like you are on rails. The H2 wing is built for all around foiling, killer turns and will be a long-term staple in your quiver.