The Proof is in the Performance
Unifoil high performance foils are designed for all disciplines and all conditions.
Whether that’s prone surf, pumping in small waves, big wave tow, downwind or flatwater, our foils will take your riding to the next level.
Unifoil is famous for that buttery, intuitive feeling. Our foils are incredibly smooth & predictable, giving you added confidence to push yourself harder and progress faster.
No matter the wave conditions, we’ve got you covered.
Our Prone Range
Vyper remains the ultimate surf foil for good waves.
The foil that changed the game forever is back with a complete redesign. It’s faster than ever and incredibly versatile. It’s unmatched for it’s combination of pump, glide and turning.
Fills the gap between the Hyper² and Vyper. Pump and glide machine for downwind or low-energy surf. Low stall speed, this wing glides for days and turns on a dime.
To point you in the right direction the following quickstart guide shows which foils will work best in your chosen discipline.
I’m just getting started: Then try the Vyper 170 & 190
I want to prone surf in low energy waves: Then try the Progression 140 & 170 or the Hyper² 190 & 210
I want to prone surf in high energy waves: Then try the Hyper² 150 & 170 or the Vyper 130 & 150
I want to tow in small waves: Then try the Hyper² 150 or the Vyper 130 & 150 & 170
I want to tow in big waves: Then try the Vyper 90 & 130
I want to pump in small waves: Then try the Progression 170 & 210 wing or the Hyper² 210
I want to wake surf: Then try the Vyper 90 & 130 & 150
I’m a bigger guy and need more lift: Then try the Vyper 190 or the Hyper² 210 & 250 and the Progression 170
I want to pump better: Then try the Progression 170 or the Hyper² 210
I want to dockstart: Then try the Progression 170 or the Hyper² 190 & 210
Setup Guide for Shims
Here’s a quick guide to which shims work best for each foil. These are settings we have found work best for us and our team. We recommend you follow this guide to start with, then adjust according to your preference.
To add front foot pressure, add more shim angle and to add back foot pressure, use less shim angle.
Vyper: Start with 2 shim and adjust accordingly
Hyper²: Start with 1 shim and adjust accordingly
Progression: Start with 1 shim and adjust accordingly