JP Hydrofoil ES Windsurf Board 2019
The new 2019 JP Hydrofoil epoxy sandwich foil windsurf board. These medium to strong wind hulls are based on Werner Gnigler’s experience of the two generations of all-round and light wind performance foil boards. According to their use in stronger winds, they are designed with control in mind. These sensitive Hydro Foils are great fun in stronger winds when used in combination with small sails.
JUST LIKE FLYING
ES = EPOXY SANDWICH Technology
Foil Box: reinforced box for foils with Deep Tuttle base
NEW: enlarged recess for bigger washers to spread the force
HYDRO FOIL 135 & 150
JP was one of the first leading windsurf brands to introduce specialized boards for foiling and now they extend the range to 4 shapes in various technologies. Here are the two big boards in the foil board range: the 135 and the 150.
The goal is to make flying over water easy, accessible, fast and fun for everyone. Especially these two big boards are optimised to get going already early and to carry big sails in order to extend the light wind range of use. The short and wide designs feature a lot of volume, a parallel outline and a wide tail to provide a stable glide: This combo lifts the boards out of the water early and keeps them balanced when up in the air. The tail cut-outs reduce drag before starting to fly or when touching down.
The steady nose rocker combined with a soft tuck line in the front make for a smooth and forgiving entry once the nose comes down on the water. This is essential, as many beginners tend to nosedive. The noses don’t dig into the water but will bounce back off the water and you will keep flying.
The flat deck shape and the ideally positioned footstraps make for an upright stance, the power of the foil can be controlled easily which guarantees an amazingly stable flight.
The proven all-rounder makes foiling easy and accessible for everyone. Racers benefit from the wide and efficient tail.
It covers a very wide wind range. Its nose stays low when flying, so the board is very easy to control. The 135 also works well with a normal fin and feels like a shorter and narrower version of a Super Lightwind and is almost as fast.
Designed according to the regulations of the PWA racing rules this JP racing machine provides a large, wide planing area for maximum leverage to the foil, supporting the use of bigger sails for early take-off and higher top speed, thus performing already in light wind and enabling extreme up- and downwind sailing. The new V-angled nose bevels clear the rail from touching the water when pushing down the windward rail when sailing upwind. You can easily keep the board tilted and load additional lift to the foil for more acceleration and speed. The additional inboard tail straps help to control your flight over chop on deep downwind courses.