Lift Foils equips each of its hydrofoils with a unique marbled carbon fiber frame, which makes it both light and very durable. EFoils by Lift Foils are the lightest in the market because no one else uses the specialized material that we do. The only other people to make use of this material are racecar manufacturers.
We can forge this material using refined steel tools, which are heated to a significant degree. The result is a board that is both very durable and very light. It also helps that these frames look very nice.
Of course, looking nice comes second to performance, and we have been able to create an incredible hydrofoil that outperforms everything else in the market. The motor it features is silent yet fast, allowing you to switch seamlessly between the different speeds using the Bluetooth remote.
Our efoils also feature a very good Lithium-ion battery that is not just long-lasting but also charges very quickly. With just a 2 hour charge, you can easily ride it for 100 minutes. And if you feel like there is something that doesn’t fit your fancy, you can easily change it to your liking and customize the board entirely.
Lift Foils has become a mainstream name in the global hydrofoil market, but it didn’t always start this way. Lift Foils started as a small shop in Puerto Rico in 2010 when we created the first model for a hydrofoil. Co-founder for the firm Nick Leason created the initial model, with the original plan for a surfboard that could glide on any body of water.
He was inspired through smartphones and another tech at the time. Leason was an avid surfer, so he was creating something just right for surfers. And since his initial model, we have been striving to make those perfect hydrofoils.
We don’t cut corners or look for ways to save time. We are relentless in our pursuit of excellence. And with multiple demo locations around the world now, we are inching closer to the perfect hydrofoil.
Sant’Agostino is one of the best beaches to visit for beginner to intermediate foilers, especially during the summer. It has very rare waves during the summer and is generally much more forgiving.
Banzai is more of a place for more advanced foilers, as there are plenty of waves here and even more people. You can find some corners with smaller waves and even fewer people, but the real joy of foiling here is the waves.
Artiflieria is a great place for beginners who are just getting used to their efoils. The smaller waves ensure that even intermediate foilers can have plenty of fun.
Don’t commit to buying a hydrofoil without trying it first. Head to one of our nearest demo locations, and we will be willing to help you find your perfect efoil board.
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