Foiling Safety & Care

Foiling can be dangerous and physically demanding. Understanding this can keep you and other safe in the water.

Code Foils foil seen underwater

Safety & Care

Foiling can be dangerous and physically demanding. The user of this product should understand that participating in any of these activities could cause injury or death to you and /or others.

By purchasing a Code Foils product, you assume all responsibility for its use and any resulting injury or death to you and/or others

Foil Etiquette

  • Never foil in a crowded lineup or near other surfers
  • This product is only to be used for surf foiling, downwinding and wing and kite surfing. 
  • When learning, start in small waves until you’re comfortable.
  • Always wear a leash or legrope
  • Wear a helmet and an impact vest when foiling
  • Stay in deep water so you don’t drag your foil on reef and sandbars.
  • Take care and don’t foil alone

The Future of Foiling is here

Are you ready to experience the future of foiling? We have shops around the world selling Code Foils, with more being added every month. Locate a shop near you. Or if you have any questions, contact us. We are happy to answer your questions.

Code Foils

Founded by Marcus and Ben Tardrew, an esteemed designer behind Sunova and an industry-leading board shaper and foil designer, alongside Daniel Juengling, a renowned architect and builder with extensive CAD and manufacturing expertise, and James Casey, an accomplished waterman and foiler.

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