Rapide Wing Foil Board 5’5 / 5’11 / 6’6

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Rapide Wing Foil Board 5’5 / 5’11 / 6’6

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 1.179,00 1.289,00 inc VAT

Our most advanced board design that’s aimed at the rider wanting that bit more out of their riding. Designed as a progressive SUP FOIL board or with a WING, for lightweight to medium riders of intermediate to advanced ability. Volume distribution and surface area provides added stability on the water, improving paddling and ease of take off. Multiple reinforced foot straps plugs are provided for the progressive rider. 

 

 

INCLUDES

  • Board
  • Footstraps x 3
  • Foil mounting hardware
Length
Width
Thick
Buoyancy
Volume
Weight
5'5 / 165cm
68.5cm
10.8cm
<60kg
80l
6kg
5'11 / 180cm
73.6cm
11.4cm
<79kg
99l
7kg
6'6 / 198cm
77.5cm
12.7cm
<106kg
125l
7.5kg
Pro-level
Stability
Agility
Speed
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Description

Features chined, double-concave cushioning zone in front nose section, angulated box rails, flat tail with progressive rocker, which aids pumping and cushions landings. Designed in England. Comes complete with foil mounting hardware, 3 foot straps and hardware.

  • Repair any damages using epoxy based resin only

YOU ARE A INTERMEDIATE TO ADVANCED PADDLER
These Rapide boards suit riders between 55 -100kg and an excellent entry level platform. Board volume should be approx 20 litres greater than your body mass when learning. If you’re 80kg you need a board volume approximating 100 litres. Take into account your balance skills and pre-existing skill levels.

 

 

PRODUCT COMPOSITION and CONSTRUCTION
20kg/sqm EPS foam core 6oz carbon hull and 4+6oz carbon laminate deck construction with carbon reinforced dual 10” US box system and reinforced rails.

 

STOCK ADVICE
Avoid storing in direct high. When dry, store in dry, well ventilated place avoid humid heat sources.
Use a board bag to protect from abrasions and off water damage and when on roof rack of vehicle.

 

TESTS
Developed and tested by our design team in Holland and the UK. Components have been tested to ensure they meet nominal expectations of performance within reasonable expectations of form, function and budget.

If you’re getting your board out of storage after a long winter, it’s advised you take some time to do some basic maintenance checks at home.

  • Store out of direct sunlight
  • Repair any damage before use