Bing Maui Foil Review

What the Bing site says about the Maui Foil:

‘Made famous in 1970 when Bing team rider, Rolf Aurness, won the World Championship of Surfing in Australia, this model is a modern revival designed by Matt Calvani. A high-performance short to mid-range board, the Maui Foil’s nose rocker allows for ease of entry into waves while its double-concave tail kick allows for powerful single-fin turning. The rails are turned slightly down forward in the board and come to a down, hard-edge in the tail which increases speed and maneuverability. Ideal in medium to overhead surf, the Maui Foil can be your everyday board or your step-up for big days and is also available in a 2+1 fin configuration for added versatility. Average nose: 15 ¾”, Average tail: 14 ¾”’

Image Source: BingSurf.com

Image Source: BingSurf.com

Image Source: FunSurf.co.kr

Image Source: FunSurf.co.kr

What people are saying about it:

“I just added this 1970 Bing Maui Foil to my board collection! Love it!” – Cal Street Surf on Facebook

“The Bing is a good all round board, which you can surf hard and strong if desired and handles a variety of waves backside front side no problem, all pretty standard it can be pivoted or rail turned. Not much good in small weak waves or hollow sucky waves, I like it best in head high to a bit over and a reasonable wall, it rides rides very smooth and fast.” – tombstone on SwayLocks.com

“Great board to travel with.” – wilco on MagicSeaweed.com

“I’ve been riding a 7’6 Bing Maui Foil lately and I dig it.” – Smokey on Jamboards.com

Size Chart:

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What’s your feedback on the Bing Maui Foil? We’d like to hear it!

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