F-ONE Rocket Air Surf
Sizes Available: 4’2″ x 20″, 51L, 5’0″ x 21″, 65L, 5’8″ x 22″, 75L
Sizes Tested: 5’8″ x 22″, 75L

F-ONE Says:

Having a lightweight construction, the ROCKET AIR SURF offers an easy take-off and a very stable flying experience. They are developed following the same sizes & outlines as the rigid boards, the foil position is the same for a perfect balance. Featuring three sizes from 4’2 up to 5’8, these boards offer a lot of volume in a very compact shape for an improved flying potential. They are equipped with a Tuttle box and a full deck pad. Built with a high quality dropstitch material, the ROCKET AIR boars are inflated in a few minutes. They can be stored into a small bag to be easily brought on your next adventure.

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Tkb Says:

When you set out to learn how to wingsurf, the size of the board you choose is in many ways significantly more important than the wing. The Rocket Air 5’8” is an inflatable foilSUP that is now being offered as a wingsurfing platform that provides extra float volume along with easy transport. You will need a foil mast that has a Tuttle adapter to make the connection to the board, bolting from the top of the board down through Tuttle box. The Rocket Air Surf does not come with footstrap inserts — it’s a strapless affair.

The Rocket Air 5’8” doesn’t have as much stability from side to side as the other Rocket Wing boards, but it does have sufficient volume for medium-plus sized riders to kneel on the board. If the board’s volume allows you to kneel, this makes getting up to your feet much easier. Beginners will often experience bruising and scuffing on their knees during their first learning days and we found that the inflatable board was actually much easier on your knees than the harder fiberglass boards, at least when it comes to learning.

Because of the shorter length of this inflatable SUP, the deck feels incredibly stiff when fully inflated. You won’t notice its inflatable construction riding back and forth, but you might feel the deck absorbs some of that pump energy when you pump the board with your legs, unlike a fiberglass board where every ounce of energy transfers to the wing below.

Overall, the Rocket Air will work well for the beginner and intermediate level wingsurfer that is cruising back and forth, and it will certainly make travel easier. More advanced riders will want a rigid fiberglass platform for pump and swell riding.

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