Check out this gallery of up-close photos of the F-One Swing, in its newly released color schema G-Coral/Mango; from the lens of Bryan Elkus. There are also 2 other new colors F-Slate/Blue Lagoon and H-Mango/Slate. F-One is known to pay very close attention to details, produce and test many, many prototypes before releasing a product […]
The F-ONE TRAX has a long heritage and is one of the most popular twin tips on the market. Long time F-One team rider Antoine Aurios explains why it’s the ultimate freeride and freestyle board with a unique feeling on the water, offering both speed and comfort with fantastic glide.
We believe it is frustrating to be cold when the weather is nice & warm. This technical wetshirt features an outside layer that prevents the wind-chill effect; and an nside honeycomb plush that keeps you warm without using a bulky neoprene top or a spring suit.
DONATE & WIN! F-One Team Rider Matt Maxwell has teamed up with Boost Africa, a charity in Cape Town, and his sponsors, F-One and Manera, to create a campaign to raise funds to feed people in Cape Town who have lost their income due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
F-ONE brings a revolution to the strapless freestyle world: the slim tech carbon custom.
2.3 KG! The lightest kite strapless board ever built
Finally, a technology able to resist to the most extreme tricks
Sticks to your feet throughout the whole jump
Huge comfort and control thanks to its exclusive slim profile
Immediately improves your riding skills
Jump higher and land immediately all the strapless tricks you have been training on for months! With its surreal lightweight and low profile, the board sticks to your feet, and you will keep naturally the board way longer during the tricks.
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Spring/Summer collection is out !
Make the most of next summer with our new 2020 collection!
Designed for the wandering spirits who express themselves with passion.
Pete Devries was born and raised in Tofino, Vancouver. While he often finds himself wearing boardshorts and surfing the most beautiful waves in the world, he is always happy to come home. The ultimate cold-wave surfer, you’ll find him in the water no matter whether it’s raining or snowing.
The Big One is a very specific board which offers the rider the ultimate early planing surface area with super grippy and reliable footing for light wind sessions. The Big One has really solid tracking with a rail that bites into the water on upwind tacks. Its significant bottom shape works with the fins to give you a really locked-in feel that keeps the Big One on track.
“Undoubtedly a collective achievement, it was also a great personal investment. And it’s a special feeling to see such a wide range of products sharing the same design approach and serving so many sports and styles with the experience of foiling as common ground. Our foils have never been so easy, intuitive and rewarding to use. I’m proud of what we’ve done here.”
This year the Bandit platform has been divided into two distinctive kite models based on sizes. What was simply the 2019 Bandit is now the Bandit 2020 and the Bandit-S models. The Bandit 2020 is now optimized to perform as a big air freestyle megaloop kite and the Bandit-S is designed to perform as surf kite. F-One had been valiantly attempting to optimize the Bandit for multiple disciplines, but having taken ‘one size fits all’ to the limit, the freestyle big air crowd now gets a dedicated launch platform in the sizes 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14 and 17m
The Gravity series of wings in the 1800 and 2200 sizes are ideal options for the new sport of wingsurfing. Both wings feature a carbon fiber fuselage that bolts together with Torx head bolts for easy assembly and mates with an aluminum mast. The construction brings together an excellent blend between stiffness for crisp performance and robust lifting wings with a nice medium weight. The Gravity 2200 is the big gun that offered the lowest foil-up speed and the most amount of lift. We’d recommend the 2200 for bigger riders that need extra help getting lift-off, and to riders that are challenged by lower wingsurfing wind conditions. If we had a low volume prone board and lighter wind conditions, the 2200 would be very helpful for getting a sinking board up onto plane and in the air. Average-sized riders may find that the 2200’s lift is excessive and might spend more energy trying to keep the wing in the water while trying to ride waves, yet bigger riders will enjoy every bit of that lift.