Stop being a hack, problem solved.davesails7 wrote:Are the better fins any stronger when you hit the beach? I ride my SP in shallow water a lot and have snapped several plastic fins.
Don't want to spend ~$100 on a set of fins if I'm probably going to break them too. Also, if they are stronger I might just break my fin boxes.
Maybe I should just stop stomping the fins into the bottom when tacking
I have the 5'0" as well and love it.TomW wrote:...
They should make a higher wind version of it. Keep the turny, slashy feel.
My go to board now!
I ride the board all the time without the rear (center) fins. It is a blast. Turns super quick which makes for a lot of fun on ankle biter waves. When you want it to track solid put your foot over the fins, when you want it loose, move your foot back to the tail. It rides more like a skim like that.NorCalNomad wrote:...BUT you could try some bonzer fins sans center fin. No idea how that'd ride, other than it wanting to slide out super easy. But the bonzer fins are pretty damn low profile.
Lately I have been riding it without the rear fins on small waves and familiar terrain.FINS
(2) — 3.625” CENTER FINS (2) — 4.5” OUTER FINS
(Remove center fins for more aggressive performance
and remove outer fins for a more controlled longboard feel)
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