The new Froth has had some important design changes – reflecting the movement towards higher aspect, lower drag foil designs that require more speed to lift-off.
The angled chisel on the tail has been eliminated. This increases the length of the planing surface to add sub-foiling speed potential.
The rail bevel has been reduced – in fact it now fades out completely before the tail adding more width to the planing surface and straightening the water flow for even faster acceleration up to foiling speed.
Also noticeable is the pulled in nose with rounded outline, to reduce the chances of catching in rougher water, compared to the more square nose from 2021. The thickness and volume has been increased too, to maintain a balance in buoyancy that will give you stability when on your knees or stepping up to get going.
The new deck concave gives your feet and toes improved leverage when initiating turns, while feeling safe and secure in a straight line when riding without straps.
And the unique tail pad design ensures any water captured in the concave, flows freely out the back.