FOIL RACING SHAPE. OPTIMISED WEIGHT-TO-STRENGH RATIO AND PERFECT AERODYNAMICS!
OVERVIEW The FoilCompV2 is the ultimate foil racing machine. We do believe this is the lightest and strongest foil racing board on the market thanks to the innovative construction solutions invented by our mastermind Patrik Diethelm. As the FoilComp boards are built in our own factory we have a much better option for precision and quality control. It's only up to you now to take it onto the race course!
SHAPE This shape is the most extreme and fastest shape in our foil board range. This board is the weapon of choice for the advanced rider. Big cutouts allow the rider to experiement with agressive mast rake angles and still have a perfect low-end accelleration as the tail of the board will sink enough to create a positive angle of attack on the foil. The rounded nose gives you the best aerodynamics possible. The lowered mast track optimises the center of mass for both rig and rider. Please note that this board is not suitable for freeriding or foil beginners. This is pure all-out competition design to win modern foil races.
CONSTRUCTION The full deck Carbon Biax with the full Carbon UD bottom is our high performance construction combination to have the lightest and stiffest boards for maximum early planning, acceleration and control. It additionally allows for the stiffest foil-to-board connection possible resulting in more upwind angle, more control on the chop and less breakage.
PRO TIPS: PATRIK DIETHELM (Shaper)
"The differences between FoilComp, FoilRace and FoilRide are subtle but have a big effect on feel and performance. The FoilComp got these agressive cutouts and is wide in the tail so it can handle more rake on the foil and more powered foils in general. The FoilRace got smaller cutouts that make the passive accelleration easier. The FoilRide is the easiest to ride. A narrower tail gives you more foot offset which equals more control. It does not need any cutouts as freeriders don't use raked race foils and a board without cutouts feels more steady and stable in the phase of accelleration."