Airbolt Pro

Foil Single.

Boujmaa Guilloul by Paul Karaolides


Airbolt Pro

Foil Single

The Airbolt Pro range is the perfect solution for any bump & jump/wave/freestyle oriented windsurfer looking to increase their water time.

The Airbolt Pro marks a new direction in wind foiling, bringing the feeling of rail-to-rail wave sailing and high wind bump & jump to those ‘average’ days where the conditions at your local spot are marginal. Using our crossover knowledge and feedback from R&D with Surf foiling – we have created a board range that introduces a new sensation to Windsurf Foiling.

The Airbolt Pro’s key design feature comes from mast track: foil box placement, delivering the industry’s most direct feeling from the sail to the foil for increased control and maximum responsiveness. The mast track is placed further back then traditional boards and the foil boxes are placed further forward than standard windfoil boards – more like surf, SUP, and wing boards. This allows a swifter and more controlled change in direction and acceleration while carving on swells, wind-chop, or small waves – and the ability to ride much smaller sails and foils in the same wind range.

The larger sizes are easy to learn on while the smaller sizes provide the maneuverability and responsiveness you’d expect from your favorite wave or bump & jump board.

The length and width of the boards are designed to provide a stable and lively platform. Long enough that you can slog in light winds effortlessly, but short enough to reduce the swing weight when flying.

The bottom shape is crucial to any foil board, and every success from our surf foil line has been factored into the Airbolt. From the nose through the mid-section the Air Bolt is designed for maximum rebound when you inevitably touch down to the water. The back of the board incorporates a rocker line and planing surface similar to our race/freerace/freestyle program to ensure easy glide for early flight. Volume flow has been optimized gradually to the rear of the boards to increase stability in the lightest of breezes.

Footstrap and foil box positions offer a variety of options depending on the level and type of foiling you want.

Outboard/inboard foot strap options provide comfort for cruising or control for new-school foil freestyle maneuvers on the smaller models.

The boards feature both track and foil box attachment systems. The track allows you to precisely balance your foil/sail/stance for perfect pressure while the foil box accommodates a variety of different foils setups.

Pro Full Carbon Deck Construction.

Available in 105, 120, 155 liters.

105: Track Boxes (2x US box)
120, 155: Track Boxes (2x US box) & Deep Tuttle Box

Honey Yellow on Baby Blue.




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Nick, Canary islands  
Oct 17, 2021 

I've learned windfoiling on a rrd pocket rocket, with the rrd universal foil. Great fun, steep learning curve but already after a few months I was looking for something smaller, lighter and more reactive. I was even doubting if I would continue windfoiling or start wingfoiling like most of my friends are doing.
Then I had the chance to try the airbolt pro 105 with a carbon 790 Moses foil. What a game changer. I think this combination is 6kg lighter than my rrd board and foil. Not as wide and with the position of footstraps, mastrail and fin boxes close together it feels more like riding a waveboard. Another thing I love about the board that when not on the foil it sails like a windsurfboard and not like a barge, especially in the curves. Still big enough to pull up my sail (I'm 90kg)
After testing it a couple of times I bought it and I'm super STOKED! No swing foil intentions anymore.
Anybody interested in a pocket rocket?

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