The freerace foil. Designed for speed on a reach, broad downwind and with power reserves to drive back upwind. Ideal for fast, sporty recreational foiling, fast foil jibes and setting your personal best top speeds
The new Plus fuselage shifts the front wing forwards and reduces tail wing angle to make it more aligned with the front wing, creating what Starboard calls a High Efficiency Foil Geometry. With both wings flying through the water at more parallel angles, you release more speed, you get quicker acceleration and more control.
The 800 front wing is a high-aspect wing designed for all-round racing in medium to high wind conditions. The Tom Speer-designed profile is thin and relatively symmetrical, delivering speed with consistency. It has enough shape to provide constant lift and traction at various speeds. This is critical for negotiating low wind lulls, handling high wind gusts and making a wing you can trust all racing scenarios – overtaking, defending your line, recovering from small errors and foil jibing with confidence.
The 725 front wing is aimed as pure speed and slalom racing.
The 330 tail wing was chosen to add some extra power and make foil jibes easier through the mid-jibe sail and feet transitions.
The 255 -2° tail wing allows for lower angles than the standard 255. This helps to increase speed and wind range in stronger winds.
The tail wing also uses a saddle system. An angle spacer sits between the wing and the fuselage. Changing the angle spacers allows the rider to adjust tail wing angle to optimise performance based on wind speed and the desired flying configuration: more power or more control.