2019 Naish Hover 95 SUP Foilboard

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2019 Naish Hover 95 SUP Foilboard

Includes: (2) FCS 3.5 Back Fins and (2) FCS 4.5 Front Fins

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What Naish has to say about the Hover 95

Suitable for riders up to 190 pounds, the Hover 95 SUP foilboard features a compact shape that boasts a huge sweet spot for a board of its length, making it ideal for lighter first-time foilers or advanced riders. These boards come with standard FCS fins and are equipped with the FCS II Eco Fin System for riders who prefer to use tool-less fins from FCS.
When you’re finished foiling, utilize the quad fin setup of this multi-purpose design in a SUP-surfing session. Blending the best design elements from its predecessor, the Raptor SUP, it offers great surfing performance in small-to-medium size surf.

Key Features

  • Grooved & Embossed EVA Deckpad = Lightweight + ultimate grip + better durability over time
  • Ledge Handle = Deep pocket for comfortable & secure grip
  • (2) 10" US Boxes = SUP-foiling
  • Quad Fin Setup = SUP-surfing



  • CNC EPS Core
  • Glass Layer
  • Full PVC Wrap (Deck & Rail)
  • Biax Glass
  • Carbon-reinforced
  • High Density Foam to Reinforce Foil Mount


  • Glass
  • Full PVC Wrap
  • Biax Glass

Foil Specifications

Length Width Thickness Volume Fins
7'0" / 213.4 cm 27.75" / 70.5 cm 4 1/16" / 10.3 cm 95 L FCS 4.5 + 3.5 Quad
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1 Review

  • 5
    2019 Naish Hover 95 SUP foilboard

    Posted by Holly on 26th Jun 2020

    This board is exactly what I needed to learn how to wing board. I got an Ozone Wasp as a way around the kiteboarding bans in my area. This board is the size of a surfboard with the flotation of a SUP, making it easy to stand right up and fly the wing the first time I took it out. I didn't even need the foil to get going in marginal wind and stay upwind. I'm stoked that I'll be able to get out in the surf this summer when kitesurfing is banned because of nesting shorebirds. And I'm hopeful it'll make it easy to learn how to foil since I can already get up and ride (not that I've tried it with the foil yet). So happy to have so many options with this board!

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