Our foils are divided into two groups: Wind foils and Wave foils.
Wind foils are designed for windsurfing
Wave foils are designed for windsurfing and riding waves
There are two mounting systems: Deep Tuttle and Top Plate.
Wind foils use the Deep Tuttle system because all windsurfing foil boards use this system.
Wave foils are available with both systems. Deep Tuttle works for paddle boards and windsurf boards fitted with the Deep Tuttle foil box. The Top Plate system works with boards fitted with dual tracks that the top plate bolts itself on to. Most surfboards and some paddleboards use the Top Plate system.
Mast lengths: the supplied masts for Wave foils are 65cm (25"). The supplied masts for Wind foils are between 75cm and 110cm. Various mast lengths are available as aftermarket options: 55cm, 65cm, 75cm, 85cm, 95cm and 110cm.
Once you've chosen your foil group and board-mounting system, scroll down to find the exact model that matches your style and skill.
The neat thing about Starboard's modular foil platform is that starting from your first foil, it's nice to later upgrade or expand by adding various wings, fuselages and masts to your growing collection*. So pick your first foil and join us on the flying, foiling adventure."
Tiesda You // Chief Foil Designer
*Wave, Wave Pro, Ocean Surf and SuperCruiser wings use a sleeve fitting for the front wing and a rocker fitting for the tail wing. Freeride, Slalom GT, GT-R and Race wings use a saddle system. Those will not be interchangeable. See our Technology section for more details.