ALL NAISH FOIL PARTS ARE INTERCHANGEABLE YEAR-TO-YEAR*
2019 THRUST FOIL COMPLETE CHART
2019 THRUST FRONT WING CHART
Who is it for?
The foiler who wants one board for everything and the wake-surfer that wants the ultimate wake surf and wake foil board combo.
What’s it do?
Everything! Wake surf, wake foil, foil surf, foil kite, kitesurf
Why is it unique?
No other board matches the Hover Wake’s range of use even on the second or third wake when foiling.
All new ultra compact shapes for 2020.
Whether you are wake foiling, wake surfing, foil surfing, foil kiting or kitesurfing, if there’s a wave the Hover Wake 4’6” and 5’0” can ride it.
Designed initially with wake surfing and foiling in mind, the Hover Wakesurf has the ideal outline, volume and rocker for performance wake surfing. Adding another dimension to the behind-the-boat experience attaching any of the Naish Jet foil sets to the two 10” US-Box track system allows users to rise above the waters surface and wake foil and opens the possibility of riding the second and third wakes. Wake foiling also eliminates the need for glassy waters, making choppy afternoons butter smooth.
Built with a strong, yet light, double bamboo sandwich with multiple footstrap inserts and provided thruster fin set, the Hover Wakesurf also opens the door to riding possibilities beyond the boat. Experienced foil surfers will appreciate its nimble handling. Kiteboarders have also latched on to the Hover Wakesurf as a do it all board for strapped/strapless kitesurfing and foil kiting.
At first sight it’s clear the Hover Wakesurf has the potential for massive amounts of fun on the water no matter what the situation.
Optional Add on:
Convenient foil adjustment
Snappy + control + release off the top
The ability to carve a nice turn in the pocket, ideal for small waves and boat wakes
Absolute precision shaping
More options for foiling and kiting
Delta shaped front wings coupled with down-turned wingtips deliver the perfect balance between early lift, efficient glide and outstanding turning ability. A slightly flat section along the bottom of the wing adds stability in straight flight while down-turned wingtips heighten control in turns for easy carving and redirection without losing lift. The back wing helps to stabilize the front wing while providing extra power when pumping through flat sections. Adding to the high lift, efficient design, this wing model offers a larger window before stalling, making them easier to ride and control when compared to other wings on the market.
Three front wing sizes widens the range of rider weights and surfing conditions covered. The new XL adds riders above the 210 pound mark to the foiling club while bringing the threshold for surf size own even further. The XL set is also a great option for downwind conditions. And many pairing options allow riders to perfectly tune their setup to their needs, with a M back wing pairing well with the M or L front wing and the L back wing reserved for the XL front wing.
Those SUPers or surfers that dabble in other sports will find a solid multi-sport solution in this setup as well. Performing well in low wind and lower speeds, this ultra-stable setup is good for beginner-to-intermediate kite foiling and other low speed foiling.