MANTA 6’0″:Standup paddle foil board
While primarily a Standup paddle foil board, the Manta is also a lot of fun on shorter downwind runs. However, this board is designed to catch waves and swells that are not ideal for traditional surfing. In Hawaii, we have trade winds that can make for messy wave conditions, but you don’t have to miss a day on the water with the Manta foil board. This board pops up sweetly onto its foil, glides smoothly in little swell, and carves up a storm. Call the Manta your ‘daily driver.’ This board is stable and has enough length, volume, and glide to lift you onto the foil in the big blue, yet, it has a low enough swing weight that you can also drop-in, kick out, and pump your board back out to the lineup for another ride.
The Manta is designed to catch waves and swell, not ideal for surfing. This board sweetly pops up onto its foil, glides smoothly in a little swell, and carves up a storm. The board has enough length volume and glide to get up on waves but enough swing weight that allows you to drop-in, kick out and pump in the lineup. You can call the Manta “your daily driver.”
Beginner to advance foilers depending on paddlers size
You don’t have to miss a day on the water with the Manta. This Standup paddle foil board pops up sweetly onto its foil, glides in a little swell, and carves.