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RF Foil AST

1,390.01 €
Pay in 3x free from 300€.
Code : AR01520
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RF FOIL AST

SLALOM & RACING FOIL

71 • 81 v2

// DESCRIPTION


The RF Foils have been developed for a single objective: to perform in all conditions while remaining surprisingly accessible.
 
Their unique shape combines a relatively flat deck plan and an optimized volume distribution to facilitate the take-off of the foil while gently absorbing any touches during loss of flight. The positioning of the foil box guarantees very fast take-off over a very short distance. Its unique shape allows to adapt any types of foils while making the flight more stable, comfortable but also more efficient.
 
The 81 has a thickened outline and more consistent rails. The complementary work on the shape of the deck makes it possible to sail higher with more comfort and to eliminate the braking effect in the event of contact with water.
With an extended range of 4 volumes, the RF Foils will adapt perfectly, depending on their size, to race-racing or slalom foil programs.

// SPECS


 
Volume
(Litres)
Length
(cm)
Width
(cm)
Weight
(Kg)
Fin box Sail size
Colors
(Pantone)
RF FOIL 71 125 Litres 198 cm 71 cm 9,0 Deep Tuttle Foil Box 4.0 – 7.5 m2
Blue = Pantone 634C
White
RF FOIL 81 V2 168 Litres  210 cm 81 cm 10,5 Deep Tuttle Foil Box 4.0 – 8.5 m2 Blue = Pantone 634C
White
 
CARACTERISTICS
EQUIPMENT PROVIDED
BUYER'S GUIDE
// KEY FEATURES
// RF 81 and RF 71 ideal for slalom foil and freerace. The RF 81 is particularly versatile and can also be used in race-racing.
// Foil box remote as far as possible combined to a volume distribution which boosts the departure to the planning in ultra-light conditions.
// New deck shape positioning the front foot higher than the rear foot: this promotes control, gives power but also makes jibing disconcertingly easy.
// Volume placed in front of the mast foot to promote the take-off.
// The RF 81 enters in the gauge FFV U21 (OFO 74,6cm).
// The RF 81 AST is labelled FFV for the U17.
// SHAPE
// Perform in all conditions while remaining surprisingly accessible.
// Unique shape combines a relatively flat deck plan with an optimized volume distribution to facilitate foil take-off.
// Gently absorbs any touchdowns during loss of flight.
// The positioning of the foil box guarantees a very fast take-off over a very short distance.
// The 81 has been reworked, with a thicker outline and larger rails. The complementary work on the deck shape makes it possible to sail higher with more comfort and to eliminate the braking effect when touching down.
// DDSA (Double Density Shock Absorber): Double thickness / double density
for increased comfort in chop and jump landings.
// 4 ultra light Exocet footstraps with integrated antitwist system.
// COMPARED TO THE FREEFOIL
Freefoils are boards dedicated to the freeride, focused on ease of use and the use of more moderate sized sails without cambers. Riders looking for high speed control or power to get up-wind will look to RF.

// ACTION