• User-friendly foil you can learn on but won’t outgrow
• Agile & playful foil that planes early & has a medium top-end speed
• Durable aluminum, composite construction
• Segmented design for easy set-up & breakdown
• Foil in shallower water w/ four different mast lengths to choose from
• Affordable replacement parts if needed
Hover Glide: The Hover Glide is an all-around freeride foil with a versatile performance profile and aluminum and composite construction, making this the most well-rounded and robust foil on the market. The Hover Glide is also the exclusive foil for Slingshots progressive multi-mast Foiling Flight School program. Masts of varying lengths can be purchased individually or as a package and paired with the Hover Glide for user-friendly foil progression. With the Hover Glide, you gain access to the highly-effective Foiling Flight School program.
Package includes: Complete foil and assembly hardware, protective bag, mast and pedestal.
Mast height: 35.5"
Combined total weight: 5.2kg (11.46 lbs.)
He developed the Hover Glide for all-around performance freeriding, using aluminum mast and fuselage and composite components that make this the most affordable and robust foil of its class and caliber on the market. The Hover Glide features a 35.5-inch mast and a classic front-J gullwing shape with swept wings, mild winglets off the front and arching rear wings. The result is an incredibly stable foil with a medium top-end speed and a solid all-around feel. It can be mounted on any of Slingshot’s foil-specific boards and features separate fuselage and wing components that can be broken-down into three parts for easy storage/transport and replaced if needed.
Foiling Flight School program: The Hover Glide is the exclusive foil for Slingshot's multi-mast Flight School program designed specifically for user-friendly foiling progression. The program allows newcomers to start with a shorter, more manageable mast and progress in length as their skills progress. This is a guaranteed system that will take much of the pain, frustration and intimidation out of learning to foil.