The Flyer 280 is pretty unique on the foil/windsurf/SUP foil board market!! This board is perfect for anyone who wants to have a fast, efficient, flat water touring SUP... But is also interested in windsurfing, downwind SUP foiling, and wind foiling! One board does it all!
The 11'6" length and displacement hull is perfect for recreational flat water SUP- it tracks true and glides like crazy with every paddle stroke! If the wind comes up- no problem, just stick a sail on it and off you go- enjoy the effortless acceleration and glide in light winds!
Feeling adventurous? No problem- the Flyer 280 is also a full fledged foil board, and can be used for downwind SUP foiling, or wind foiling! The length adds quite a bit of stability to your ride, and you can enjoy the forgiving nature of easy touchdowns and effortless acceleration back up on to the foil!
Any serious waterman has serious tools to make sure that he never misses a session. The Flyer is the board to log even more water time than any of your friends. Open ocean or lake paddling, downind foiling, or wind foiling, the Flyer is the board that makes sessions possible. With a high-volume design for great stability coupled with a long piercing nose, this board is at home no matter the location sport or condition.
SIZE: 11'6", 280L
FLYER 280 WINDSURF FOILBOARD
ALL MOUNTING HARDWARE
LENGTH = 11'6"
WIDTH = 28"
THICKNESS = 6.8"
VOLUME = 280L
+ THE FLYER HAS A LONGER NOSE FOR EASY TOUCH-N-GO's
+ STABLE EASY UP HAULING
+ TOP ALL-AROUNDER FOR FREERIDING WITH A FOIL
+ BUILT USING EXTRA REINFORCED FOIL READY MEDIUM TUTTLE BOX
+ BUILT EXTRA TOUGH TO TAKE THE HIGH LOADS FOILS WILL DEMAND OF YOUR BOARD
The simplicity of a low wind, mountain lake cruise now becomes a meditative journey. Peace, cruising and then puff hunting on your foil. Fly across the water silently, then drop back to cruising. The feeling is surreal and so are the possibilities. The any waterman’s favorite tool. You can paddle it or sail it. Pair it with the Hoverglide FWIND Foil and commune with nature in the lightest of winds. The days of “not enough wind to have fun” are over.