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I decided to give SUP foiling a go recently after quite a few failed attempts at surf or prone foiling. The F-one Rocket Air 7'11 and F-one Phantom 1780 were the weapons of choice and I couldn't have picked better gear to learn on. The board has plenty of volume and width and it is more forgiving in case you land on it (or it lands on you!). All of the same advantages that makes this board great to learn to wingfoil on. But what's great is that it also works for SUP foil (and wind foil, wingsurf and windsurf)! I haven't done...

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What to do when there's no wind or waves and you have a foiling itch that needs to be scratched? Build a dock start ladder platform! That's exactly what we did after being inspired by the Dock Start Facebook group. It's built using a 4 way folding aluminium ladder, 3 decking planks (held together with some cross bracing underneath) and 2 bungee cords (to hold the decking to the ladder to stop it floating away). It works well but it's not the easiest way to learn to dock start that's for sure. The downsides are that you start in relatively shallow...

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Day 3 teaching your kids how to wingsurf... this time foiling behind a boat to give them the feel of the best part of the sport - riding the foil!

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Check out this walk through video of the Rocket Air 7’11 board. In stock now, contact us if you have any more questions!

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I had an excellent day wing foiling at Fraserburgh a couple of weeks ago. The sun was shining and summer had arrived. It was blowing 25 knots when I arrived so I rigged up the 4.2m2 F-one strike and tested out the HPS 880 foil from Axis for the first time. The 880 felt lively underfoot with a very nice top speed. It has noticeably less glide compared to the 980 so its more suited to blasting around and doing tricks than wave riding in the small chop that I had on this day. At one point I raced a friend...

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