What we think: This is the top of the line foil. The carbon construction allows for amazingly lightweight feel without sacrificing durability. The new one piece construction of the wing makes it much more solid. MHL LIFT has been top of the foil game since board riders starting using them. They know what they are doing!
We are very proud to introduce our new one-piece wing designs that offer superior strength and performance. The wing serves as a critical component in the stability of the foil at any speed. For this reason, we’ve tested and fine-tuned every detail -size, shape & angles- to specifically engineer wings that maximize control and stability without unnecessary drag.
Introducing our new one-piece wing design offering superior strength and performance. The wing serves as a critical component in the stability of the foil at any speed. For this reason we’ve tested and fine-tuned every detail - size, shape and angles - to specifically engineer wings that maximize control and stability without unnecessary drag.
Our wings are built with lots of carbon and Kevlar (known for its use in bulletproof vests) for maximum strength and toughness. With four options to choose from, you will not find tougher, stronger and more refined wing designs on the market.
Classic 110- The 110 wing maximizes speed and stability by fine-tuning every detail. Strong and stiff design for high speeds & high torque, clean, fast and efficient glide.
Virtually anything you want to do on a foil can be done on this wing. Modeled after our most popular wing set, the Classic can foil from 10 knots to 30 knots, sails smoothly upwind and downwind, and surfs swells with ease. Its surface area of 110 square inches gives you a stable platform under your feet to maximize lift and control at a wide range of speeds. It’s ideal for free riding, carving, and learning as it allows you to progress by taking you as fast as you want to go.
Wave Rider 150- The 150 offers a strong and stiff design for staying in the "energy pockets" and carving sharp turns, clean, fast and with efficient glide.
The Wave Rider is ideal for those looking to surf /SUP on foil. As our largest wings - 150 square inches - it allows plenty of lift at lower speeds with heavier loads. It was designed to allow the rider to exponentially gain speed and smoothly carve a big cutback in waves.
* Available upon request.
SURF 170 Fish - Maximizes lift at lower speeds, wing tips drown down and smaller back wing takes stability from the wing but adds maneuverability for sharper turns. Classic foils only, not recommended for eFoil use.
The 170 wing is designed for surfing and riding waves and/or wake. Lightweight thicker profile, high performance carbon fiber. Specifically engineered wing that maximizes lift at lower speedsIt makes a killer wakefoiler or surf-foiler. The extra size gives you that low speed lift with all the perks of MHL quality and construction. The fish tail design allows a bit of flex while pumping and turning.
As one of the most crucial components of the foil, we have spent years refining our mast. Lean it over and push your hardest, our mast has excellent rigidity and strong construction to securely hold and keep you stable through the water.
Our masts are built with sleek geometry, excellent rigidity and very strong construction for a smooth and controlled ride. Unlike most aluminum masts on the market, ours is composed of carbon fiber and Kevlar (known for its use in bulletproof vests). These more suitable materials are much more efficient than aluminum in translating the energy from your feet to the wings giving you an increased level of control and an overall smoother ride.
The connection points to the board and fuselage are 100% forged carbon with stainless steel inserts adding strength to the foil and making it very easy to take apart and put together. This allows you to conveniently change the mast depending on your preferred ride, level of expertise or water depth.
Our mounting track system allows you to adjust the position of the mast by sliding it forward or backward to change the pressure on your feet. Sliding it forward will put more pressure on your front foot; sliding it back will put the pressure on your back foot. It comes down to rider preference, but the best way to find that “sweet spot” is to have options and try them all.