SK8 HM CARBON SERIES
The SK8 has been designed to surf.
Its overall shape provides a fine balance between glide and maneuverability, which allows the user to tear a wave apart and then pump back to the peak effortlessly.
It doesn’t just turn. It carves.
Maneuverability is nothing without power, speed and control. Lay into turns with ease and speed, push through the carve and see how the SK8 holds a steady line and delivers even more speed.
It is meant to stay in the pocket.
With specific wingtips design, the SK8 is able to hit white water without too many turbulences, allowing surf-style turns and breaching pretty much any part of the foil.
Carve, pump, fly.
Take the SK8 for a wing ride, and you’ll feel a fast, easy-to-go-upwind foil that you can surf all the way from the offshore swell until the impact zone.
Built using the Monobloc structure with pre-preg carbon, the foils are both very light and strong. This setup brings improved load transmission and better stiffness throughout the different parts for maximum control. The High Modulus Carbon fiber layup leads to even more rigidity and dependability that will propel you to incredible performances in each session. The TITAN connection allows to plug in either an aluminum or carbon mast.
The SK8 comes in six sizes, ranging from 550cm² to 1050cm². The 550, 650 and 750cm² are recommended with the Monobloc Tail XXXS Carving 160. The 850cm² will be at its best when paired with the Monobloc Tail XXXS Carving 180, and the 950cm² and 1050cm² with the Monobloc Tail XXS Carving 200.
With a thin profile and higher aspect ratio, the Monobloc Tail Carving range is the way to go if you need speed and maneuverability. These will provide a looser, more snappy feeling, as well as a faster pumping pace.
Mister Bennetts riding the SK8 550.
Mister Bennetts riding the SK8 650.
Mister Bennetts riding the SK8 1050.
Giolio wingfoiling w/ F-One SK8 1050.
Jack riding the SK8 750.
Martin riding the SK8 950.
MACkiteboarding SK8 950 review
Martin riding SK8 750.
Voyager downwinder SK8 950.