Thinking of riding some waves of consequence? These three boards will get you out and into whatever size waves you’d like to challenge yourself with. Semi-gun and gun outlines/rockers taken from tried and true big wave surfboard designs have been applied to these stand up designs. Flat bottom going to “V” in the tail. These are the boards Keali’i Mamala uses in XXL waves and has been riding these PRODUCTION boards at Jaws, Mavericks and Nazare.
4+1 fin box set up.
Comes with quad fin set – Front 4 3/4″ Back 4″.
This board has the classic 60’s rocker which is a lower, straighter entry rocker that allows the nose to plane up rather than getting sucked down and pearling. A smooth rocker curve going into a pronounced tail kick which holds the tail down in the wave, coupled with the 50/50 rails which also holds the board in the face of the wave to allow sustained nose rides. The outline is a classic 60’s style parallel railed template with some hips in the tail for those smooth rolling turns and cutbacks. The board comes in a flat bottom nose for more speedy nose rides or a concave nose for “lifting” nose rides.
Single fin box set up.
Comes with John’s 11″ B&B fin.
Lift's new surf series designs encompass a two-piece construction, with interchangeable front and back wings for easy transport and multiple configurations. When assembled, they make the same hydrodynamic shape as our classic foil designs to reduce drag and turbulence. Complete kits come with 28" mast and choice of 34, 40 or 50 back wing.
Lift offers optimal carbon fiber wing designs with superior strength and performance in a variety of sizes. We’ve tested and fine-tuned every detail, including size, shape, and angles, to engineer wings that maximize control and stability and minimize unnecessary drag.
Lift signature single-piece foil wings provide increased strength and hydrodynamics while reducing weight and drag. They’re easy to assemble and come with a cover for simple breakdown and protection.
Lift spent years refining the design and construction of the masts, one of the foil’s most crucial components. The masts have excellent rigidity and strength to keep you stable. Lift uses the highest-quality carbon fiber, leading to minimal weight and excellent control. There’s a reason why all top sporting equipment is built from carbon, and there’s no better material for a hydrofoil.