This all-new 4'5" compression-molded board features a large planning surface and a thinner cross-section similar to a wakeboard. This gives way to easy board management and smooth deep water starts. The overall width of the board, flat tail rocker, chine rails, and wide shovel nose all help in the process of learning how the foil reacts while riding at a slower speed. The foil track mounting system gives 4" of travel to adjust the foil depending on rider weight and skill level. Four insert positions allow for foot straps to aid in the ease of the learning process. As it says in its name, the Launch is the perfect board to get you out of the water and into the air.
First time foiling? No problem, this kit was built with you and mind. A small 24" Alloy Mast to keep you comfortable while beginning your foil career. Injection-molded stabilizer wing to keep things easy and balanced and the perfect front wing for learning with the Flite 120 to allow you to "feel" the foil at low speeds before you start flying. Make it easy on yourself and your friends and learn to foil on the Launch Foil Set.
Liquid Force Launch Foil Board Features
- High Density Foam Core
- Compression Molded
- 4 Position Inserts
- Foot Straps Included
- Wide Nose
- Extra Tip Rocker
Liquid Force Launch 120 Foil Set Features
- 24" Alloy Mast
- Flite 120 Front Wing - Surface Area 1600 cm² | Wingspan 65 cm
- Flite Rear Stabilizer Wing - Surface Area 278 cm²
- 54 Bayonet Fuselage
Launch Foil Set
The Launch Foil Set from Liquid Force is a great choice for Beginner foilers looking to get into the sport. It's the most stable setup in the Liquid Force lineup, and it provides the confidence new riders are looking for when mastering the fundamentals of foiling.
Mast & Collar
24” Mast: In general, beginner masts are shorter, and they are built to perform at slower speeds.
Standard Collar: standard 4 bolt attachment collar to join your foil setup to the board.
Attachment: Foil Track allows you to mount your foil exactly where you want it. Further back to give beginners better balance and further forward to allow tighter aggressive turns.
Low Aspect Wing
Wing shape: This refers to the ratio between the wingspan and the chord (distance between the leading edge and trailing edge of the wing). Low aspect wings are generally easier to use for beginners, easier to control at lower speeds, create more lift at lower speeds and more predictable and forgiving to small changes in angles of attack.
Lift Speed & Ability
Lift Speed: The lift speed is the estimated speed the foil wing will begin to generate lift in the water.
Ability Level: This foil setup is recommended for Intermediate to Advanced riders.