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Sizes Available: 120×46, 130×47, 145x50cm
Sizes Tested: 145x50cm

F-One Says:

Through the use of compact outlines, we have developed a complete range of boards with minimum length for maximum fun. Beveled rails, double concave, specific foiling outline with wide point well forward, these boards have all the shape features that make them easy and forgiving on the water.

Built around a foam core with glass reinforcements and protective top / bottom sheet layers, the Pocket foilboards are as durable as you can get. The solid cap construction will preserve the edges of the board. The compact format makes the boards lighter and easier to handle and transport, this is a board you will never have to worry about!

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TKB Says:

The Pocket foilboard belongs to the class of foilboards that are molded with a twintip construction process which brings incredible durability to the directional foilboard shape. It’s worth noting that the Pocket also comes in a carbon version, but here we tested the regular fiberglass construction in the largest of the three sizes.

The Pocket integrates the classic foil formula with a double concave bottom featuring a subtle spine and rails that feature a little bit of chime and a template that stays narrow in the tail and puts the wide point forward in the nose with a substantial amount of scoop. The deck is flat and features ducked windsurfing style front foot strap inserts, three forward/aft and single center line of three inserts for the back foot.

The Pocket has a little bit of volume built into its core to give you some float during waterstarts and the 145cm’s template felt luxurious on foil-up with its wider nose displacing water until we were comfortably floating in the air. The beveled rail worked great for accidental touchdowns while heeled over and going upwind. We put the rail to the test, forcing it into chop and on turns, and it did a great job of bouncing off without catching or throwing us off of our foil. The ample rocker in the nose aids riders who are still hammering out pitch control and will help you recover from all but the most violent porpoise crashes.

The 145cm feels a bit long for an intermediate/advanced board, but it’s a forgiving launch pad for beginner/intermediate and bigger riders. The buoyancy you get from the slightly thicker core prevents the board from completely sinking during waterstarts and this helps with positioning your feet and getting lined up on your waterstart. The durability you get from the twintip style construction will allow you to spend more time on the water and less time attending to fiberglass repairs. F-One also makes a carbon version of the Pocket in slightly smaller template dimensions, so advanced riders may find a better fit in the Pocket Carbon line, but for those riders looking for an easy on ramp and quick progression playbook, the Pocket is an excellent choice.


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