New Air-Ride Inflatable Foilboard

New Air-Ride Inflatable Foilboard is the perfect travel buddy.

Travel Friendly: No need to transport your board on your roof top, or lug it through airports or pay massive baggage fees. The Air-ride is compact and folds down to a stealthy easy-to-transport size. Comes with SUP pump, that can double as your wing pump, and a carry bag/backpack. Just throw it in the trunk of your car or taxi and take it with you.  The freedom to take your board with you opens up more opportunities for travel-related riding,  and for those spontaneous sessions. With a compact board now you can keep your gear with you at all times, and get out whenever the opportunity presents itself. 

Air-tough: The Air-ride is tough double-layer material that will not ding or crack when you drop it or bang into a solid object. Should you ever get a leak it comes with a repair kit. But with normal care it will last for many years.  

Care for your ride: Like any sports gear, do not leave it in the sun. And do not store it outdoors. Preferable just rinse, dry, pack, and forget. Many riders with vans (like myself) and trucks will keep it semi-inflated, and add a top-up of air just before riding.  It is not recommended to keep the Air-ride fully inflated for long periods (days), but the occasional overnighter wont hurt it.

Performance: The key to the air-ride is the foil mounting system. Built from a super-tough multi-layer carbon-fiber. Light, stiff, and strong. The extended mount provides extra stiffness throughout the entire stance area and connects the rider’s input to the foil. Jumping is also an option as this board will never develop heel dents, or stress-fractures from hard landings, like hard boards can. The air-ride can take a lot of abuse. 

Fun: Above all the air-ride is a fun machine. The ease of pump-and-go riding takes the hassle out of your sessions, and leaves you more time to enjoy your ride. 

Specs: The 5’5″ 120L Air-ride comes with a full deck EVA pad for comfort and grip. Three footstraps (removable),  SUP pump, Back-pack carry sack, and repair kit.

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How to shim your wing with a hot glue gun – video

Hello and welcome to shimming your wing. This is a very important part of foil-boarding,  being able to shim your rear wing angle. Okay, so your fuselage here is the connection between the fuselage and the rear wing will give you the angle. Right now this is a zero angle of attack here um that comes as standard in fact it’s probably got maybe one degree of angle, but there’s many times you want to get to three degrees of angle, so we need to build something like a wedge-shaped shim. That’s going to be able to give us that angle that we want there’s a lot of ways to do that. So what you want to do is have something that’s waterproof and that you can work with that is  strong, stiff, not compressible, and you can make it into a shim.

To work with it, you can use a machine. I’ve got a Dremel, or a drill, or sandpaper, or whatever, to get it going. Okay, so just focus on my hands here. So we’re going to try a technique today of making something with a hot glue gun.  We haven’t done this before but we’re going to try that. I’ve got a multi-temperature hot glue gun here and put the multi-temperature glue-sticks here and we’ll just start heating that up. So the idea is to build up something there. I’ve got my heat resistant baking tin here and then I’ve prepared my fuselage with a little bit of tape because i want to be able to get that off,  and I don’t want to necessarily make this this permanent. I’ve poked through the tape, and I’ve made some screw holes.  I’m going to add my screws in because I want holes. These have a little bit of grease on them but i might put a little bit of tape on them as well, because we’re building it with glue, but we don’t want to glue everything together with it. So i’m basically using the glue to create a nice plastic substance. All right, now so I don’t get glue into the threads i’m just going to do a little bit of tape around the threads of these screws, this one is only going to be about you know three four mm thick here.

All my glues should be heating up nicely.

Okay, now sometimes you can have if you have a big job made with hot glue it can sometimes fall apart, so what I’ve got is a little bit of something extra. Here I’ve got some of this kite-fix mesh, that they do kite repairs with. It’s basically a nylon mesh. I’m going to just use that as a base to strengthen it, so i’m actually going to take these screws back out.

This has a sticky-back adhesive, a little bit of adhesive on there. I’m going to go bigger than I need. I’ve never done it like this way before, so let’s try that out

Okay, you can see here I’ve got my tape just so it won’t stick directly to fuselage. I’ll tape it there where I have this substrate. See how that mesh is all right. So the next task is to start laying down glue.

It took a whole stick just to fill that gun up. Just doing the center line first, i’m not deliberately getting any on the threads or anything like that. I also don’t want to create too much excess for myself to cut it off later.

Now I haven’t got anything for the top surface yet. I do know by eyeball approximately what kind of angle i’m going for.  So i’m guessing we’re starting to build that up.

Now this mesh is kind of floating up into the into the material and that’s fine but it means i’m gonna lower temperature so it solidifies faster.

We’ve been using a lot of other things, other than this for shimming. We’ve been using duct tape, dried wood, we’ve tried cardboard, whatever you have on hand because usually it’s done at the last minute.

Okay this is gonna do for our first try here okay we’re gonna unplug this we’re gonna let this harden and come back, but that’s the idea there. Okay, so we’ve got a shim. Basically it’s going to be wedge-shaped. It’s thicker on the front, smaller on the back. We’re actually going for about a three-degree angle, and it’s going to have two screw holes through it. I just need to trim the side, so we’ll wait for that glue to solidify and then we’ll be able to show you the result.

New Glide Foil

Introducing our New foil for SUP-foiling and Wingsurfing. The Glide features a new larger wing set with maximum lift and improved glide. This is a higher aspect shape that allows easier pumping and longer gliding.  The Glide front wing has a high aspect ratio of 4 which is ideal for this style of riding. This model is available in two different constructions. 1)Standard: which features stiff extruded aircraft aluminum Mast, precision CNC aluminum mast-foot and fuselage, Carbon fiber  wings are standard. and 2)Carbon-Plus: Featuring an autoclaved Carbon Fiber Mast, Carbon base-plate, Carbon Fuselage, and Carbon sandwich Foilwings for a stiff and light foil.


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N10 Foil Wings

The N10 series of Foil Wings are now available. These are compatible with our Kite and Kite/Surf series Foils setups. The N10s have all-new shapes with thinner-faster profiles.


Flyfoil 4’0″ Crossover  Kitefoilboard

JCWX4G40 4thGen 4’0″

This is a totally new model. A wide yet compact 4-foot crossover foilboard/kiteboard. Perfect for travelers and all-round riders. This board up to a foot shorter than many beginner production foilboards, so it offers quite a bit more performance. The 40WX is a high performance crossover. The board features a full Quad-fin Setup. Including a set of 4x twin-tab fins compatible with all FCS systems. The fins are fully removable/optional. This board can go from Foiler to Quad-fin kiteboard with ease. Continue reading “Flyfoil 4’0″ Crossover  Kitefoilboard”

Wingsurf Boards

FLYFOIL WINGSURF BOARDS: Introducing our newest line of Wingsurfing Boards. The Wingsurf Foilboards are designed for Wingsurfing first, they are not repurposed SUP boards. Wingsurfing boards will experience more extreme loads than traditional “sup” foilboards, and they need to be stronger. Our boards are built for wingsurfing from the ground up, and every detail have been considered. 

Flyfoil Wingboards come as 100% dedicated, or in a XO cross-over model boards. The XO models are able to fly foiled, or unfoiled. Xover Boards incorporate FCS Style Quadfins for unfoiled riding. And can easily switch between Wing, Sup, Prone, Flight-Modes.

Construction: Our wingsurf boards are built tough with  Full-Carbon Lam/Foam-Sandwich exo-shell construction over our Hardcore™ (HDEPSPVC) core technology.

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Universal Adapter Plate for Foils

Many people curious about foiling may want to save money by converting an old board into a Foilboard. This is possible with the Universal Adapter Plate. This Peel&Stick plate rigidly adheres to almost any board, and makes it a viable foilboard. A little preparation, care, and some time, but the result is worthwhile. The Adapter Kit and shipping is under $200, which is by far the most affordable way to set up a foilboard. The advantage of this system is that you can remove it afterward if you need to. *Additional products/tools recommended/required to remove pad.

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Demo Center – Mui Ne Vietnam

We have just opened a new Flyfoil Kite demo center in Vietnam. Located on the world class Mui Ne Kite Beach. We are in partnership with our friends at the newly created Session Sports Kite School. This center is the exclusive ocean sports center located at the Saigon Mui Ne resort. With one of the longest beach frontages in Mui Ne. Talk to any of their instructors about Flyfoil Gear. They ride them and use them in their school. These guys are hard-core freestylers as well as avid foilers too. Test rides on the New Gear is available by appointment. Test Rides (without a rental or lesson) are usually limited to 30 minute rides, and please take care and ride responsibly, because “if you bust it you buy it”.

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New Mark III Stabilizer

Introducing the newest addition to the Flyfoil quiver. The New “Mark 3” Stabilizer is a Carbon 3K Wing. Nicknamed “the boomerang”, this stabilizer offers a higher aspect shape and upswept wing tips. The technical name for the shape is Inverted-anhedral. This rear wing is available as an add-on accessory, but may become one of our standard options soon. Supplies are strictly limited so drop us a line asap if you want one. 

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