Top photo by Nick Liotta


Locust Foil Surfboard

Like jumping down from a longboard to a shortboard in your surfing journey, the Locust foil is the next step in your foiling career (it was for us too!). Considerably shorter and slightly wider than the Grasshopper model, the lack of swing weight in the Locust makes for easier pumping and more maneuverability.

Like moving to a shortboard, though, you’ll lose a bit of paddle speed. You’ll soon learn to switch up your wave catching technique to take advantage of whitewater chip-shots instead of the early glide-in.

The chines on the bottom of the rail reduce the wetted out surface area, resulting in less drag when lifting out of the water, or laying it over carving. The Locust features the same concave deck and full, forgiving rails as the Grasshopper.


  • 3’8”, 4’0”, 4’4”, 4’8”


  • Minimal rocker

  • Maximum float + volume in a small package

  • Shorter rail line increases maneuverability and makes for easier pumping

  • Concave deck (lower center of gravity, less swing weight, thick tail above the foil).

Mounting options

  • Super strong internal box reinforcement and carbon overlay

  • Standard plate/track foil attachment only.

  • 11"“ Box adjustment

  • For kite-foiling, or surf-foiling with your own board, please contact us and we'll let you know if you board would be appropriate for a foil attachment.

Custom Options

  • Non-paddle / PWC-assist foil boards are custom only (for now)

  • We are not currently producing kitefoil racing boards.

  • Contact us for more custom information.

Foil not included with purchase of foil surfboard.  For foil recommendations and advice, please contact us. 


Standard Dims*

Length Width (in) Thickness (in) Volume (L) Volume (Beers)
3'8" 18.5 2.87 28.16 79.35
4'0" 20.12 3.06 36 101.44
4'4" 20.31 3.06 39.34 110.85
4'8" 20.5 3.06 42.73 120.4

*The dims provided here are meant to be used as a guide only. Because humans are involved in the process of shaping, finishing, and glassing each one of our boards, there may be slight variations in dimensions, even for stock boards. Please contact the shop to find out which models are in stock, as well as exact dimensions. 


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