The foil with the best ratio performance per accessibility.
the front Foil
The thick chord profile of the Flyer foil will allow works very well at low-speed flight. It generates lift very quickly and smoothly to keep control of your foil.
the front Foil
A slender, “High Aspect Ratio” foil. This type of profile optimises water flow, reduces drag and brings glide to your practice.
Combined with the thick chord, this configuration allows for a foil that combines performance with total accessibility.
Span 3’10Surface 1000 cm2 Aspect Ratio 7.1 the front Foil
Seen from the front, the Flyer has a neutral, flat camber to maximise the direction of lift giving the foil very high efficiency.
With the absence of camber, downward facing
winglets are present to increase the grip of the
foil and further its great behaviour.
Mast and fuselage
Built in our French factory in pre-preg carbon, bringing stiffness, strength and lightness with zero maintenance.
The ALPHA mast offers a 13.6 cm chord length to provide stability and support.
The healthy 16 mm chord profile, provides rigidity and direct transmission of feel between you and your foil. This rigidity and feel allows very good pumping performance.
The complete Flyer Foil set comes with a 71 cm fuselage.
It can be dismantled and the fuselage is and mast are 100% compatible with all the foils within our ranges. the back tail
Highly versatile, unsurprisingly, the Tracer stabiliser is the all-rounder of the range. It allows you to navigate in all conditions.
With its lift and stability, it offers perfect control to give you total confidence in any situation.
Lightweight and maintenance free
The full carbon construction brings stiffness and lightness to the foil. In the same way, you will not be bothered with marine aggressions such as corrosion that could weaken it.
Complete foil weight (front wing, mast, fuselage, stabilizer) on average – 3 kg.
Made in France.
Made of pre-preg carbon in
France, the Performer foil is
rigid and light.
With pre-preg fabrics, the carbon fiber is directly impregnated with epoxy resin during its manufacture. This guarantees a perfect ratio between epoxy and carbon, and represents the best quality process.
Laser-cut, then assembled in a stack, the carbon fibres are then positioned in a mould that is closed under high pressure and temperature, providing maximum strength and durability.