For 2020 sesongen vil vi ha et Showrom mitt i Vestby sentrum, rett  utenfor  NAV / Rema 1000.  Vi vil ha faste åpningstider på Mandag-Fredag og Lørdag. Det vil også være mulig å avtale tid. Mer info kommer!

2020-03-03 04:34:07

For din ultimate flytur kommer du ikke unna markedslederen Moses Hydrofoils, les om deres nye produkter her mens vi oppgraderer vår hjemmeside for de nye produktene!

2020-02-24 22:52:42

Solite Boots Says:

Our Custom Pro Series has no equal in the world of aquatic footwear. Every material and design detail has been painstakingly researched, tested, refined and perfected to yield a boot so good you’ll forget you are wearing it.

The Custom Pro is anchored by our patented Full Wrap arch strap, which locks your foot into the boot to insure zero delay between foot movement and board response. Combined with the precision fit of our custom heat-molding process, the Custom Pro provides barefoot feel and response for every possible foot shape: high or low arch, narrow or wide width, high or low volume.

Recommended Water Temps: 50-60F.

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TKB Says:

The sports industry has been heat-molding for custom fit and comfort for years; ice skating boots, ski boots, snowboard boots, even insoles for running. So why not surf booties? A novel idea for the surf/kite industry, we couldn’t wait to get our feet in some custom-fit Solite Boots.

When it comes to booties we’re pretty picky. We want them warm, but not too thick that we can’t feel the connection with our board. We also want them built to last — far too many times we’ve pulled on a brand new pair of booties only to have the back tab rip off or the seems pop on first use. We also want a bit of structure and support. While we love the thin, sock-like booties, often they don’t last or they stretch out and fill with water relatively quick, leaving us with that feeling of floppy, soggy socks.

Last summer, I had a plantar fascia injury, you know, the long (often tight) band of muscle that runs down the base of your foot and connects your toes to your heal. I was instructed to wear insoles during the recovery process and they helped tremendously, but because I couldn’t wait to heal all the way until returning to the water, my regular booties weren’t giving me much support while I kited during the end of my recovery process. Seeking out a bootie with extra arch support, I was impressed and intrigued with Solite’s custom-fit technology. I ordered up a pair of 3mm Custom Pros and decided to give the heat-molding process a go.

The guys at Solite recommended we size down half or a full size as the boots will expand to fit your feet during the heat molding process however, they will not shrink. Our sized down boots were defiantly pretty tight and uncomfortable upon first try on, but once we got them heated up and molded, they fit like a glove.

The heat molding process was relatively simple. While you’re heating up the kettle, roll down the tops of your boots and put on the Solite Heat Booster socks (included with your boots). Make sure your boots are in a sink or outside before filling them to the base of the neoprene upper with boiling water. When we poured boiling water into the boots the rubber base got noticeable softer/more jelly like — it maintained its structure but you could tell this is where the heat molding takes place.

Let your boots sit for 5 minutes full of boiling water before pouring them out and quickly splashing the insides with cold water to avoid burns. Put your feet in the boots for 5 minutes and wait for them to cool. Once cool, the boots are officially heat molded, if you aren’t satisfied with the fit, you can repeat the heat-molding process. However, ours fit like a glove so we decided it was time to hit the beach and test them out.

These boots fit differently than any other bootie we’ve tried before. Whereas most booties have neoprene on the top of the foot, the entire lower of Solite’s boots are made of rubber and feels a bit like a very snug custom-molded rainboot. The rubber is thin, light and provides an all-encompassing feel and support. We really liked the structure that the Solite boot provided–it’s thin enough that you can feel contact with your board while the heal cup and integrated ankle strap keeps your foot in place.

For casual riding and surfing where your feet generally stay in the same place, these are ideal. However, we did notice that once we started to do strapless airs, our feet would slide around a bit inside the bootie, getting stuffed on one side of the boot and creating weird suction with the rubber sole–which sounds strange as they are a relatively tight and custom-molded. Perhaps there’s a bit more torque involved in strapless freestyle where you loosen or lighten the load of connecting with your board and then aggressively land on it creating additional forces between your bootie and board, but overall, for general freeriding or surfing, these have excellent, custom fit and a great connected feel to your board.


The boots have a thin, tacky base for ultimate no-slip grip and their integrated-strap system is co-molded to the sole which wraps around the top of your foot to lock in your heel and keep your feet in place. We also noticed that the boots have a relatively wide toe box and would be great for people with wider feet or who need larger toe box. Overall, we’ve been satisfied with the fit and feel of these boots as well as their durability, 6-months of heavy wear later, the pull-on tabs are still in on place, no rips or tears, and they still have the same custom fit and support as they provided on day one

2019-12-23 00:07:14

Skeptisk ? Det burde du ikke være! Da denne vingen gir helt nye muligheter. På en måte så er dette en slags hybrid mellom Kite og Windsurf, den største forskjellen er at det er veldig mye enklere å lære seg og har et større bruksområde. Det er kun fantasien som vil begrenser deg hva du kan bruke denne til.
Seilebrett nye som gamle, foilbrett, Sup, kajakk, ski, snowboard, skateboard eller hva du en har lyst å bruke den til. Det er helt opp til deg!
Men kanskje den aller største fordelen med en surfvinge er hvor enkelt den er å ta med seg og koble opp. Du slipper mange deler som i brettseiling og de lange linene i kiteboarding .
Bare enkelt og det beste fra to verdener og mye billigere!

Personer over 80 kg kommer i plan fra ca 8 m/s
Personer under 80 kg fra ca 7 m/s

Slingshot har designet og utviklet surfvinge siden 2011 og denne går til å være markedets beste surfvinge!

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NEW for 2020, the SlingWing is part windsurfing, part kiteboarding and part flying, each broken down to their most basic form. When you combine it with a foil, you get an entirely new sport that simplifies the experience and gear you need to fly across the water powered by the wind. If you’re new to windsports, the SlingWing is easier, safer and more user-friendly than any of its predecessors, and if you’re an experienced wind junkie, it’s a fun and simplistic style of riding you’ll enjoy instantly.
The SlingWing is a light weight inflatable wing that has a rigid frame when pumped up and can be packed in a small bag when deflated. No harness, control bar, lines, mast, boom or battens needed. It’s designed to be used with a foil or paddle board with enough volume for the rider to stand on and can also be used with snow sports or skating.
Using the wind to propel you across the water (or land) is an addicting sensation, and the Slingwing is yet another form to get your fix. You need decent board skills, but little to no sailing or kiting experience to get the hang of it right out of the gate. Its unique appeal comes from how simple it is and the freedom you feel using it. Just stand on your board, hold the wing at the proper angle and off you go. To ease power, just sheet out or let go with your back hand and the wing drifts with you like a paper airplane.
One of the greatest things about the SlingWing is how simple and safe it is to use. All you really need are moderate board/foil skills and a basic awareness of the wind. It was designed to be combined with foiling, and since the friction is so low, it takes very little arm

2019-11-23 03:43:55

Mye som skjer i surfone om dagen! Vi har satt oss mål til å bli den mest spennende surfebutikk i Norge, og vi er derfor utrolig stolt over og kunne presentere at vi har blitt importør av Airush, som er en del av dynastiet til Svein Rasmussen og Starboard.

Med GA Kites, Airush, AK, Moses og SOORUZ så begynner vi å ta form innen for Kiteboarding.

I den forbindelse setter vi mer fokus på de merkene som fungerer bra med henhold til kvalitet, pris, og levering innen for windsurfing. Vi vil derfor fremtiden rette fokuset på Exocet, ACME, MB, XO, Select, S2 Maui og SOORUZ.

Vi kjører i den forbindelse salg på lagerførte produkter fra AHD og Point-7 da vi i fremtiden kun tar forhåndsordre fra disse.

2019-07-23 23:02:33