F-One FCT 1800 Gravity Foil
The F-One FCT 1800 Gravity Foil is designed to provide a solid lift with a smooth take-off and great carving ability. Right in the line of its best-selling carbon sibling, The FCT Gravity is the ideal foil to get started and progress in wing-foiling and surf-foiling.
- Smooth take-off
- Stability and lift
- Easy to turn
Specs:Area: 1760 cm²
Span: 90 cm
Aspect Ratio: 4.6
Weight: 1.65 kg (wing only)
Alu Fuselage: 74cm Surf/SUP/Wing
A Gravity foil is an intuitive foil to use. It generates lift at low (and even very low) speed but does it in a smooth way so you can keep your balance easily. The wings are designed to be easy to roll and turn, so they can perform in the surf.
The Gravity has its dimensions optimized to provide enough lift to get anyone flying. We made sure to keep the drag limited to maintain a thrilling feeling of glide. The span is generous making it a very stable foil and the refined shape details such as the arch curvature, the profile and the wing tips insure it remains highly maneuverable.
The wing is covered using a thin but strong protective layer to protect it from scratches and digs. It is built in fiberglass around an injected foam core and fits on a streamlined, aluminum fuselage. The two connect via a large, solid plate at the front of the fuselage ensuring a very solid and stiff bond between the wing and the fuselage. The fuselage can be connected to the standard F-ONE aluminum mast of the desired length. The setup and disassembly are also super easy and the whole is very travel friendly.
The Gravity comes with the IC6 300 stab. This stabilizer offers easy take-off and good directional stability for a secure feel which is perfect when riding. Built using the IC6 technology it is both strong and durable.
FCT Gravity foil package includes:
– Mast Top Plate
– 75cm Aluminum Mast
– 74cm Fusalage
– FCT Gravity 1800 Front wing
– IC6 300 Stabilizer
– All foil assembly hardware and 4 track inserts with M6 x 25mm screws
F-One FCT 1800 Gravity Foil Rider size:
Newer foilers will want larger foils for slower lifting speeds, lower top end speeds, and increased stability. While Intermediate to advanced foilers will choose their foil size for the conditions, they get earlier foil engagement and more glide out of larger foils so bigger foils are used for lighters winds and smaller waves.