Surfboard Fins

Surfboard fins play a critical role in a surfboard's design, construction, and performance in the water. Located on the underside of the board, fins provide both traction and steering capabilities.

With a variety of sizes, materials, and attachment options available, fins have evolved over time and can have a significant impact on a surfer's experience. While beginners may start with basic plastic fins, experienced surfers can explore different flex and rake options to improve their riding style.

From traditional wooden fins to modern composite materials, the surfing community has witnessed numerous advancements, including innovative fin boxes that offer unique benefits. By carefully considering the size, material, and placement of fins, surfers can greatly enhance drive, pivot, and hold on the board.

These improvements have been achieved through extensive testing and development with top surfers.