Surfboard fins have the raise is very important in the choice of your fins. I recommence 4.5″ Flexy Tip Fin Stabilizer for shortboard to SUP, Minimum Flex for River and Surf 2 Tab Mini Box + FCS compatible for sale. The drift (or drift) in surfing, also called fin is located under the surfboard. They provide control of the board, they can also be a factor of stability. Depending on their shapes, sizes or materials, they can influence the behavior of the board.
Select the aileron system of its inflatable SUP
There are several fins fastening systems on an inflatable SUP. This is a criterion to be considered when choosing his board.
1- glued Fins
The fins are quite flexible plastic and glued directly on the board.
Advantage: very robust; single; no introduction; no adjustment; no risk of losing a wing
Disadvantage: no possibility of changing the fins for more efficient fins; no adjustment; fins tend to deform when fallback have the board ( just heat them with a hair dryer to restore their original form )
2 Fins wedge
Disadvantage: weak; inefficient.
3- Spoiler slide
Advantage: robust and light; fixing without tools
Disadvantage: no adjustment; little fin choice; the fin can be difficult to set up or remove ( attention to the sand in the slide)
4- Spoiler US
This is the “high end” solution. US housing is the most standard fin attachment system. It is found on sailboards, surfboards typed longboard; most rigid SUP and quality inflatable SUP.
Advantage: the wide choice of fins suitable for each practice (whitewater, race, ride, surf)
Disadvantage: few euros more?
Note: The US housing (such as zip flap) is reserved for the central wing. In this case, if the side fins are available they are usually glued. SUP on some high-end, the side fins are removable with an FCS-type fastening system.
4.5″ Flexy Tip Fin Stabilizer for shortboard to SUP, Minimum Flex for River and Surf 2 Tab Mini Box + FCS compatible in surfboard fins category. We have fins for shortboards and longboards. The choice of surfboard fins depends on several factors, including the size, level, and surf waves.