PREDATOR _FOIL STYLE

MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE. MAXIMUM STYLE.

The Predator is a dedicated windsurfing foil board. More aggressive than the Alien, it is designed to carve, jump and rotate on the foil.

Available in 3 sizes to suit a range of riders. Length is kept short on all sizes to reduce the lift required to keep it flying and also to increase maneuverability. Premium construction keeps the weight significantly below industry standard for real performance.

Designed to be ridden with both feet in the straps during moves, or with the back foot out on the rail when blasting. Inserts are only inboard for the back foot – this forces the rider to keep their weight directly over the foil when jumping or loading up the foil, and massively reduces leverage and the chance of breakages. As a true windsurf board, a deep-tuttle box is used for reliability, consistency, and ease of use. Excess inserts and finboxes have been eliminated, increasing simplicity and reducing weight.

Match the Predator with a FoilFreek for the ultimate combo. Larger Freek sizes also open up a world of carving and 360s’ in lighter winds for any size rider. Easily accessible to the intermediate foiler, the higher volume boards are also realistic for the motivated freestyler getting into foiling for the first time.

PREDATOR _FOIL STYLE

MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE. MAXIMUM STYLE.

The Predator is a dedicated windsurfing foil board. More aggressive than the Alien, it is designed to carve, jump and rotate on the foil.

Available in 3 sizes to suit a range of riders. Length is kept short on all sizes to reduce the lift required to keep it flying and also to increase maneuverability. Premium construction keeps the weight significantly below industry standard for real performance.

Designed to be ridden with both feet in the straps during moves, or with the back foot out on the rail when blasting. Inserts are only inboard for the back foot – this forces the rider to keep their weight directly over the foil when jumping or loading up the foil, and massively reduces leverage and the chance of breakages. As a true windsurf board, a deep-tuttle box is used for reliability, consistency, and ease of use. Excess inserts and finboxes have been eliminated, increasing simplicity and reducing weight.

Match the Predator with a FoilFreek for the ultimate combo. Larger Freek sizes also open up a world of carving and 360s’ in lighter winds for any size rider. Easily accessible to the intermediate foiler, the higher volume boards are also realistic for the motivated freestyler getting into foiling for the first time.

SPECS

SIZELENGTH(CM)WIDTH(CM)WEIGHT (KG) (+/- 5%)IDEAL SAILFIN BOXRIDER WEIGHT (KG)
95185646.3FoilFreek/ Freek 4.0 to 5.2Deep tuttle foil box<85
110190686.7FoilFreek/ Freek 4.4 to 6.3Deep tuttle foil box<95
125195727.1FoilFreek/ Freek 4.8 to 7.0Deep tuttle foil box<105

SAIL COMPATIBILITY

SAILRATINGPRO TIP
FoilFreek + + + + +
Freek + + + +
FoilGlide + + +Smaller sizes work better on Predator
Blade + +Use more mast extension to raise clew height/less downhaul
S-1 + +Use more mast extension to raise clew height/less downhaul
Gator +Smaller sizes work better on Predator
NCX -
Turbo -

PERFORMANCE GEOMETRY

CONTOURS

A single concave morphs into Vee through the tail, creating fast, low-drag rocker lines through the center of the board.  Early to plane, and super quick.

Put it on rail, and the 3D curves become quite different; the low rail through the single concave kicks up into the late Vee to create a surf-inspired rocker capable of big turns and mad hacks.

Ride it flat to go fast.  Get it on the rail to go vert.

For me, the ultimate combo is the Predator 95 with the FoilFreek 4.8. I’d set it up on a super light RDM Red mast, and Enigma 150 boom. For carving around and doing 360s’ the RedWing 1400 makes it pretty much effortless, and then if I want to try a few jumps I’d switch to the 1000 front wing for a bit more speed and smoother re-entries.

For me, the ultimate combo is the Predator 95 with the FoilFreek 4.8. I’d set it up on a super light RDM Red mast, and Enigma 150 boom. For carving around and doing 360s’ the RedWing 1400 makes it pretty much effortless, and then if I want to try a few jumps I’d switch to the 1000 front wing for a bit more speed and smoother re-entries.