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Epic Freewave Thruster Fins

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$235.00$264.00

G10 Freewave Thruster Fins

Epic Freewave Thruster Fins

(1 customer review)

$235.00$264.00

More Speed, Enhanced Turning & Ultimate Control for FW & FSW boards

The Epic Freewave Thruster fins are designed to enhance the wave sailing characteristics of freewave (FW) and freestyle wave (FSW) boards equipped with three fin boxes.

Riders will experience increased board speed, enhanced turning abilities and more control especially in high winds and choppy water. The Epic FW Thruster sets are designed to work seamlessly with our Kraken freewave single fin.

The Epic FW Thruster fin range consists of three front fin options and four rear fin choices to cover all riders with a range of boards in a wide variety of conditions. Use a bigger rear fin in onshore and jumping conditions and a more balanced set up for enhanced wave riding.

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1 review for Epic Freewave Thruster Fins

  1. Black Project Thruster Fins 20 rear 12.5 Front with RRD 104 Freestyle Wave

    Bob Jones (verified owner)

    I am 92kg, sail mostly at Newgale and Broad Haven in West Wales, UK. I’ve had these fins for about 6 weeks now and I have used them with 5.3 Ezzy Taka, 5.8 Zeta and 6.3 Tiger. Previously I was mostly using the board with 23 rear and 14 fronts and changing to a 28 or 30 freewave single fin for bigger sails. Quite simply, they have become the go to fins for this board.
    With 6.3 and just enough onshore wind to pump on to the plane on the way out and pick up some backside hits on the way in. They were just grippy enough going out and loose on the wave.
    On a 5.3 day at Newgale in a S wind, some swell but with a big Southerly cross chop, sailing was quite tactical and I was able to position the board where I wanted to be to make the best of the conditions with the confidence to push hard upwind and rely on the fins.
    Newgale again, 5.8 Zeta, NNE, so slightly cross off shore, fully lit out back and gusty on the inside. Pushing tide and long clean lines. Coming back in looking for the set wave I failed to notice the lull and found myself bogging in the straps with a head high wave walling up behind me. For once it all came together as the wave lifted the board the fins bit, one pump and I was up and riding my best wave this year!
    Black Project fins have changed the way I ride, they are smaller and looser but at the same time provide more drive to get out and upwind. Magic!

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