2017 Hydrofoil Board Selection Guide Review and Comparison

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We ride and review as many hydrofoil boards as we can to make a selection guide to help you choose the perfect hydrofoil board for your riding style. We can’t review everything so if we missed one you’re interested in hit us up in a comment and we’ll reply as soon as we can with an answer.

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Taramea CLAUDE says:

Do not forget the lightest one ! here http://www.horue.fr

John M says:

Hi guys, big fan of these info videos etc. BIG question, I really like the slingshot foils for flight school purposes etc, BUT i cant afforad to justify buying another board also. I have an airush sector 60 v3 (it has tuttle boxes and a thruster tuttle postion in the back. Would this work for a foil with a tuttle mount? OR i see slighshot are in the process of bringing a tuttle based windsurf foil out. Could this work? I also have a deep tuttle boxed Naish venturi raceboard. could either board work? ANY info appreciated as you guys are truely the experts. Thanks guys 🙂

iKitesurf.com says:

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Lee Wasilenko says:

Are all of the mounting specs standardized across brands? For example I’m wondering if I can mount an LP mast with a 4 Hole Plate – 90mm x 165mm on a Liquid Force Happy Foil board?

Neil Marcellini says:

Nice vid! You guys should review some actual race boards, ex. F-one, ozone.

Sean S says:

when you say : It dosent have a ton of flotation ( the dwarf ) do you mean it sinks ?

mwdnasa says:

If you are still learning transitions (touch down) is there any point in getting the hot rod? Or better alien air? How quickly does that board become too big when you progress I wonder? I am 95kg.

Vincent Brennan says:

When will you review the 2017 Slingshot Alien Air – improvements over the 2016.

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