Take Flite with Fliteboard!

Nov 16, 2023

Fliteboard is an electric hydrofoil surfboard that has revolutionized water sports allowing you to experience the feeling of flying over water. It combines advanced technology with a thrilling riding experience. The board’s intuitive design allows riders of all levels to effortlessly glide over the water, providing an exhilarating yet eco-friendly way to surf. Powered by Flite Jet, acceleration is smooth and near silent. Its internal impeller keeps you safe and ensures you’ll have nothing but peace of mind as you fly. Try before you buy with Muskoka eFoil. They provide Fliteboarding lessons on the picturesque Muskoka Lakes: swsmuskoka.com.

MSRP: From $13,495.00 CAD

Visit: fliteboard.com

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