One or two extra fins will improve your sailing experience
For most sailors, it feels natural to replace the sail when the wind situation is changing. Often it can be just as effective and less time consuming to change the fin.
When the wind picks up, choose a smaller fin for less lift and high-end control. When the wind calms down, choose a bigger fin for improved planing ability. Do you prioritize speed and down wind performance choose a smaller fin. If the up-wind performance is important, choose a larger fin. Most windsurfers would benefit from having one or two extra fins to improve their sailing experience.
Windsurfing fins – A one fin quiver just won’t do the trick
One or two extra fins in your windsurfing quiver will release the full wind range and potential of your equipment.
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Windsurfing fins – Buyers guide and fin selectors
In this article we have focused on fin brands that not only delivers top of the line fins but also offers consumer friendly information, guides and support to help you with your choice.
>> Windsurfing fins – Buyers guide and fin selectors
Black Project Fins Type R slalom fin Review
The Type R is close to spin out free and will give you early planning, blistering acceleration and great top end performance.
>> Starboard Futura powered by Black Project Fins Type R tested
New slalom- and freerace fins for season 2016
For this season we will focus even more on windsurfing fins. We will have newcomers from Black Project Fins as well as custom fins from Sonntag fins. If you are into windsurfing fins and would like to contribute, feel free to send us an e-mail via our contact form.
Preview – Black Project Fins – SABRE RT – Slalom fin