2020 Slingshot Dwarftcraft Foilboard
A thinner version of the standard Dwarf Craft 3’6”, the Mirco is the lightest, most agile and most direct feeling kite foil board in our lineup. While not specifically for advanced riders, it’s best suited for people who have their footwork and transitions fairly well dialed first.
When you’re up and riding, the end of this stubby little board is just past your front foot, giving you the dreamy sensation of gliding over the water on a magic carpet. The shorter length also gives you more leverage and control for pumping, carving and the playful heel-toe freeriding that most foilers gravitate toward. It’s also a no-brainer for traveling.
WHY YOU’LL LOVE THE DWARF CRAFT 3'6" MICRO BOARD:
If you are an intermediate to advanced foiler that is ready to travel with your new lightweight and compact board.
FoilBoard Size: 3 Feet 6 Inches
Adjustable Track Foil Mount
Allows you to slide your foil forward and aft on your board to fine-tune how it feels and performs based on your size, ability and personal preference.
Multiple Footstrap Insert Positions
Ride with 3 straps, 2 straps, 1 strap, half strap or no strap.
Aids in earlier release from the water. Makes a big difference when you’re leaning into a carve or edging hard up wind. Beveled rails prevent the board from grabbing the water when you touch down, which allows you to skip off the water and keep going instead of grinding to a halt.
Concave provides increased turning sensitivity and response and allows for more dynamic heel-toe performance. Also helps with proper foot placement placement once you get a feel for the contour of the deck and where the sweet spot is.
NEW Cushy Full-length Corduroy Deck Pad
Slightly softer than our deck pads of the past, this new corduroy texture provides tons of grip and is as pleasing to your feet as it is to the eye.
A patented Slingshot innovation now used industry-wide, One Pump lets you inflate and deflate your kite through a central valve. If you ever had an older kite with separate strut valves, you’ll know how much of a hassle it was.