- Short, Narrow but Stable
- Super Manoeuvrable
- Brings you closer to the Surf Foil Feeling
|Size||6’0’’ x 24.5"||6’6’’ x 25.5||7’0’’ x 26.5"||7’6’’ x 27.5"|
|Dimensions||183 x 62.5 cm||198 x 65 cm||213 x 67.5 cm||229 x 70 cm|
|Volume||80 L||92 L||105 L||120 L|
Our experience of riding foils on stand up paddle boards for the past two years has allowed us to design the best possible board to stand up foil.
Being able to control the take-off from a stand up position really makes things easier and this is why Stand up foiling is fantastic. It's not only an easier step at the begining and it also lets you charge steeper waves as you progress. The other key aspect is that on foil you're flying far and coming back paddling on a stand up is a lot more comfortable than on a surf board.
The challenge when designing a stand up foil board is to keep all the volume you need to paddle, keep the stability and take off ability while taking away all volume you don't need while flying.
The Rocket sup are the result of all our experience in various waves and wind conditions from the Méditerranan waves to perfect reef break.
Short and narrow but still very stable thanks to the parallel outline, the Rockets will let you take off from your usual stand up paddle position and be super maneuverable on the waves. Coming down under the 7'0 length is a fantastic step when foiling and brings you closer to the surf foil feeling.
To choose your size in this new discipline if you don't have experience is easy, just look at the volume of your actual board and not the size.
For example if you're using a 90 liter boards you should choose the 6'6 Rocket with its 92 liters.
The foil mast adds a lot of stability so you can use a board which is narrower than usual.
Featured on the whole F-ONE SUP range:
the innovative and multifunction handle developed by F-ONE.
The SMART HANDLE includes the following features :
1 - Decompression valve
2 - Multifunction tool compartment
3 - Recessed volume
4 - Screwdriver head
5 - Allen key
More comfortable with advanced ergonomics, it is completely recessed and makes it easier to carry the SUP. The new handle helps a lot to grab the boards easily when lying flat on the ground or on the water.
A groove has been added onto the thread of the valve so that you only have to unscrew by a few turns to let the air out. No need to unscrew it completely and therefore no risk to lose it.
The handle already includes the screw for the decompression valve (1).
A specific multifunction tool has been created and fits neatly into the handle (2).
The top part of the tool was designed to serve as a screwdriver to open or close the decompression valve.
To prevent from oversight and to make sure the decompression valve is always closed when the SUP is in the water, a reminder has been included: you cannot fit the tool back into its place nor can you carry the board if you haven’t closed the decompression valve.
Furthermore, the tool finds itself clipped on in this position. This was made to ensure the board can be transported without losing the tool. You therefore don’t have to look for the last place where you left the tool and can be sure that anyone grabbing your board will notice that the valve is not shut.
The twin track system with lateral spacing of 90mm is becoming an industry standard. This system is compatible with all foils featuring a top plate with 4 fastening bolts. The length of the tracks enables some room to adjust the position of the foil on the board to reach everyone’s prefered balance.
The tuttle box is a fin box standard of the windsurfing industry. With the angled front and back faces the tuttle head is firmly maintained inside the box. Its shallower depth makes it more suited for the smaller boards.