Black: 2.9m, 3.5m, 4.2m, 5m, 6 m
Titanium: 4'10", 5'1", 5'5, 5'9", 6'4"
Board with EVA Deckpad, GORE™ Vent, DropBox Screw Pack (4x M8x30mm, 4x T-Nuts)
Let the Seek wing-foil board take you places you’ve never been. Upwind, downwind, ocean roller or lake. Wherever you fly, whatever adventure you take. Engineered for performance. Early take-offs. Effortless touchdown recovery. The Seek provides you with an intuitive and direct connection to your hydrofoil, becoming an extension of you – the rider. It has an ultra-lightweight yet durable hybrid carbon construction that is stiff, responsive and maneuverable and it’s precisely-balanced distribution of volume means that no matter whether you’re in displacement mode, skimming or foiling, your stance remains in the same position - no shuffling required. Because every movement counts. Try it. Land it. Or pump it. Floater, sinker or somewhere in between – there’s a board size and volume for every start need. And no matter what, you won’t look like a kook carrying your setup to the water. The recessed carry handle will keep your Seek, Sonar and dignity safe.
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The sharp release edge on the tail allows for an earlier take-off, while the cutaways and the way the tail tapers reduces the volume in the tail, helping to bring the board’s centre of buoyancy forward, right underneath your stance.
The nose spine and double-concave in the underside of the nose, combined with the steep bevelled rails, helps with touchdown recovery. The V-shape in the bottom contour of the board breaks the water surface on touch down, so the board dives in gently and releases quickly, without sticking. The V also helps to funnel air under the board, which helps it to release faster.
Lighter weight construction for stiffness, manoeuvrability and glide. The stiffer the board, the better it will pump and the more responsive it feels. A light yet durable board with greater impact resistance and rigidity.
The shorter the board, the more effective it is for pumping, the less swing weight, and the more aerodynamic and manoeuvrable it is when riding up on the foil. The reverse shear of the deck and downward curve in the nose allows for greater control over the board, even when fully submerged on water starts. The extra nose volume was added on top so the boards could be cut short without losing stability and allows you to ride a board 6” shorter. The volume in the nose also stops you nose-diving when you’re paddling into a wave and helps keep the water off the concave deck.