After many prototypes, and many hours of testing various aspects of the foil by our top team riders Adam Bennetts and Dylan Wichmann, everything from the wingspan to the thickness of the foil was experimented with, until the best setup for speed, glide, and performance was chosen.
A span that is wide enough to create enough lift, but not too wide to make turning difficult. Just enough down-sweep on the tips to loosen the foil up, but not lose efficiency. Just enough thickness in the profile to generate lift, but not create too much drag.
If you love to rip on the wave and want to take your foiling to the next level, from high-speed carves to ping down the face and hitting hard G forces, the Vyper will be sure to bite.
If there is only one model you need to own, it’s the Vyper.
Available In 4 Sizes
Vyper 190 – 1225 cm2 – The largest in the range is aimed for the bigger riders at 85 kilos and up in medium conditions.
Vyper 170 – 1096cm2 – Probably going to be the favorite size if you already have your foiling legs and are looking to progress. Recommended for riders from 70kgs +
Vyper 150 – 967cm2 – For the smaller rider 60-70 kgs, or for the bigger guys who rip on big swell days.
Vyper 130 – 838cm2 – Suited for the younger riders or lightweights, but will be used by many riders of bigger weights for a tow-in foiling
Need help building your Vyper kit? Text us! 562-685-1884
What do you get when you mix a Hyper with a Vortex? Introducing the Vyper
Designed by Adam Bennetts & Clifford Coetzer in search of the ultimate all-around surf foil, the Vyper was born. A cross between the Vortex and the Hyper. We took the best attributes of each model. The carve and ease of turning of the Vortex, and the ease of pump and efficiency of the Hyper.
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