NAISH S26 HOVER SURF ASCEND 4'4" CARBON ULTRA SUP FOIL BOARD
- High Density PVC Foil Track System with (2) 10” US Boxes
- Concave Deck
- Beveled Rail Design
- Carbon Wood Vacuum Sandwich Construction
- Tail Kick
- CNC Cut EPS Core
- High Density Deck-to-Bottom Foil Track System with Carbon Reinforcement
- Full 3K Carbon Deck with Wood Sandwich in the Stance Area
- 3K Carbon and Glass Bottom Lamination
- Carbon Strip Bottom Stringer
The Hover Surf Ascend is for surfers who want a compact foilboard with just the right amount of volume. With their concave decks, these boards paddle comfortably, take off easily, and have minimal swing weight. Similar to the Hover/Wing Foils, the changes made to the Hover Surf Ascend include more overall rail curve in the outline, slightly narrower tails, increased nose rocker, and more pronounced bottom shaping and concave. The continuous bevel raises the rail line for more clearance in turns. This season’s Hover Ascends are performance boards that are super easy to ride even for novice surf foilers. Unique to the range is the 7”0’, with the look and feel of a classic mid-length surfboard that catches even the smallest waves with ease. This board makes getting to your feet and comfortably onto the foil massively easier due to its length.
The Carbon Ultra construction uses a multi-stage vacuum process with a 30 kg density EPS core, full 3K carbon wrap, wood veneer reinforcement in the stance area, as well as a full deck-to-bottom PVC foil track box reinforcement.
Hover SURF Ascend 4'4" Carbon Ultra = 180 lbs/81 kg
Length Ft 4'4" Length cm 132 cm Width inches/cm 19 1/2"/49.5 cm Thickness inche/cm 2 7/10"/6.9 cm Volume Lt 33 Lt Category
Fins --NO FINS INCLUDED-- Rider Weight
180 lbs/81 kg
The board selector below is a rough guide to help determine Hover Wing Foil board size based on rider weight and skill level. We consider a “beginner” a rider who has no previous board sport experience.
Keep in mind that additional factors, such as wind conditions, foil, and Wing-Surfer size will play an important role in the selection of the right board size.
Generally, we recommend erring on the side of a floatier board with a volume that matches rider weight (for example, an 80-kilo/176-pound rider will need at least an 80 L board or larger). Riding a “sinker” will work in locations with steady, strong winds, while floatier boards prove to be a safer choice as they allow the rider to get back to shore even if the wind drops under a foilable limit.
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