Point-7 F1e Hybrid Foil 2023

Foil Sail

The Point-7 F1e combines both foil and fin to make one sail that really can do it all! The two smaller sizes feature a single cam below the boom and are great for freeride and bump n jump. The two larger sizes are for people who want to push the boundaries of speed and slalom.

Amazing in light wind foil, amazing on fin in medium to strong winds. Whether it’s foil or fin, the most important is to get on the water and have fun. The F1e is the perfect balanced sail to have great performance both when using a foil or fin under your board. Once you decide between the wave-slalom model or slalom model. 

RRP from £679.00


Point-7 F1e Hybrid Foil

Key Features

  • Designed for foiling up to 16 knots from zero.
  • Designed for fin from 13 knots to 21 knots.
  • The only big sail needed if you foil for fun.
  • Early planning and easy handling.
  • 7 battens and 2 bottom cams on the 7.6 and 8.5
  • 5 battens and 1 bottom cam on the 5.4 and 6.4

The Concept

6.4 and 8.4 Slalom: a full slalom sail designed to blast on any free slalom to slalom board, both for fin and foil. When the sail starts to become too big on the foil, it will spin like a proper slalom sail on the fin.

5.4 and 6.4 Wave-slalom: The revolution of bump & jump freestyle wave designed to do tricks both on fin and foil on freestyle to free wave boards Blasting with your freestyle wave board at high speeds in stronger winds and enjoy saw basic jumping up to looping, and nice board carving. Imagine having a bit more drive below, a small cam, which pushes to have the extra power, stability and takes you to do all this which much more stability and control. Having a sail that pulls close to a size bigger, holds wind like a size smaller. 6.4 can also be used on free race or slalom boards.


The F1e having the cams, need to have the mast inserted over the cams in the mast sleeve. Downhaul 14cm to the end. Place the boom head and pull the clew. Place the cams on the mast, and pull the downhaul down to the foil settings, or 3cm for the fin setting.