Discover the Fliteboard AIR: Efoiling’s New Era

Innovative, Durable, Versatile, Affordable, Exciting

In the realm where the pulse of innovation beats with the rhythm of the waves, a new contender has emerged, blending the thrill of surfing with the finesse of cutting-edge technology. Imagine a board, not just any board, but one that dances on water with the grace of a seabird in flight. This, my friends, is the essence of the Flite AIR, a marvel of engineering born from the desire to make efoiling accessible, durable, and, dare I say, a touch more affordable.

Crafted by the imaginative minds at Fliteboard, the AIR series is a bold step forward. Picture a board that borrows from the world of inflatables, yet stands firm and true like its rigid counterparts. The heart of this innovation lies in its unique construction—a rigid foam core ensconced within an inflatable dropstitch outer layer. It's a design that promises to weather the elements, from the jostle of boat decks to the embrace of rocky shores, all while keeping its form elegant and sleek.

The Flite AIR and its sibling, the AIR PRO, are not mere playthings but instruments of joy. They are the bridge between the novice eager to skim the surface and the adept rider slicing through the waves. With a weight that tips the scales just right and dimensions that promise agility, these boards are a testament to the art of balance. And let's not forget the heart that powers this dance—the aluminum mast with its built-in motor, ready to propel you into the horizon.

But what truly sets the AIR series apart is its spirit of evolution. It beckons you to grow, to evolve from the rush of your first glide to the mastery of the waves. The journey doesn't end with your first ride; it's just beginning. The modular nature of its design means your board grows with you, adapting, changing, becoming a reflection of your journey.

And in a world where the bright hues of nature command our gaze, the AIR boards don't shy away. They stand bold in Pompelmo, Acai, and Yuzu, a palette drawn from the very essence of life's vibrancy.

So, to those who yearn for the embrace of the sea and the thrill of the ride, the Flite AIR offers a promise—a promise of adventures untold, of horizons yet to be chased. It's not just a board; it's your companion on a journey where the only limits are the ones you set for yourself.


  1. Innovative Design: The Flite AIR combines a rigid foam-core center with a dropstitch inflatable outer section, offering a unique balance of stability and durability.
  2. Versatility: Suitable for a variety of environments such as off boats, docks, and rocky beaches, making it ideal for both leisure and rental applications.
  3. Compatibility: Works with most Flite products, allowing for easy integration with existing gear.
  4. Durability: The patent-pending design promises impressive durability, potentially reducing the need for frequent repairs or replacements.
  5. Portability: The board's construction keeps the weight and packed size down, enhancing portability.
  6. Affordability: Positioned as the most affordable efoiling option in the Fliteboard lineup, offering significant savings compared to premium models.
  7. Upgrade Potential: Designed for beginners and intermediates with the option to upgrade components as skills improve, extending the board's lifespan and versatility.
  8. Vibrant Color Options: Available in three bright colors, adding a fun and personal touch to the efoiling experience.


  1. Still Pricey: Despite being the most affordable option in the Fliteboard range, a starting price of $6,995 may still be prohibitive for some.
  2. Weight: While designed to be lightweight, weights of 59.3 lbs and 57.1 lbs for the AIR and AIR PRO models respectively might still be challenging for some users to manage.
  3. Learning Curve: As with any efoiling product, there is an inherent learning curve for beginners, which might be daunting for some.
  4. Battery Life: Although offering up to 90 minutes of ride time with the Sport battery, battery life can be a limitation for longer outings or when multiple sessions are desired without access to charging.
  5. Size Limitations: With a maximum rider weight of 220 lbs, larger individuals might not find these boards suitable.
  6. Limited by Weather and Water Conditions: As with any water sport, the experience can be significantly affected by adverse weather and water conditions.

Starting $6,995

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