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Epic Thruster Fins

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$215.00$240.00

G10 Wave Sailing Thruster Fins

Epic Thruster Fins

(6 customer reviews)

$215.00$240.00

Versatile & ready for any wave sailing conditions you can find

The Epic Thruster wave fins deliver the speed and grip needed in a wide range of wave sailing locations from high wind jumping in Cape Town to light wind wave riding in Peru.

Over the past few seasons thruster wave boards have become increasingly popular due to their ease and range of use.

Thruster fins offer a balance between the speed of a single fin and the control of a quad fin setup, making them the default option for many wave sailors.

Thruster wave fins excel in anything from onshore chop offering speed and drive, to big bumpy waves where they offer control to keep you connected to the wave.

The Epic Thruster fin range consists of two front fin options and five rear fin choices to cover all riders with a range of boards in a wide variety of wave sailing 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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6 reviews for Epic Thruster Fins

  1. A whole new level of traction

    Rob Solly

    Never really used anything other than stock fins before but I bought an Epic Thruster set for my Tabou Da Curve and was blown away by their performance, both upwind and on the wave. Great ability to get upwind even at lower speeds and I was noticeably faster for longer in the bottom turn. Even over-cooked top turns felt controlled throughout. So pleased, I’m buying more for my larger board.

  2. RRD Wave Cult 92 and Epic Thruster Fins

    Bob Jones (verified owner)

    Epic indeed, it’s like a different board. The wind dropped a bit while I was setting up so I rigged a 5.8. Was at Newgale in West Wales, NNE, choppy with some small swell lines and when the sun re emerged totally stacked on the 5.8. The RRD 92 wave cult and 18.5/11.5 combination was amazing. I was expecting to feel over rigged but the fins dealt with it and the board flew over the chop, pointing high sailing out, locking into the gybe and turning easily on the couple of waves I picked up.
    Came off the water grinning like the cheshire cat, loving my new fins.

  3. New Epic Tri fins for my Wave Cult

    Bob Jones (verified owner)

    I have a RRD Wave Cult 92 which I have been using with a 22 centre rear fin and 12.5 cm fronts. I usually use the board with 4.7 or 5.3 Ezzy Taka in cross on in dumpy choppy waves to cross off clean waves. On cross on days I have been struggling to keep the board planing, pointing and popping over breaking waves.
    Today as I was tightening the screws on my new fins, Epic 18.5 and 11.5 fronts, the wind was dropping, so the 5.3 stayed in the van and I rigged a 5.8 Zeta, the board would be a bit over rigged but I would get to try my new fins. Walking down the beach to launch, the clouds disappeared and with the sun came the wind. Planing straight off the beach in cross shore choppy sea, the board was fully powered and pointing almost like a Freestyle wave, skipping across the chop and those little fins were dealing with the 5.8 Zeta and all its power beautifully, fast and locked in through the gybe. It feels like I have a new board. Sailing back in, pick up a swell line, get a couple of wiggles on the wave and ride the white water back upwind and repeat. Deep joy, Black Project have done it again. Frothing for the next 5.3 day. Only thing is I now “need” to upgrade the fins on my 104 FSW to match.

  4. Increased performance in onshore sailing

    harald.solheim (verified owner)

    Replaced std quad setup on my 2018 Grip 82 liter with a set of 17.5 rear & 11.5 fronts, never went back to the quad setup even with my 3.7m

  5. Incredible grip in the turns

    Michael S.

    Used thruster set up on new Carbon Art Ahu wave board and amazing! Incredible grip in the turns. Total fan!

  6. Sensational drive and control.

    Kirk Koster

    Just enjoyed a seriously fun, seriously windy, few hours on the water at Zhunan (Taiwan) and am loving my new Mini Epic Thrusters! We deal with a fair amount of current here when it’s on and the fins feel rock solid underfoot, with sensational drive and control. A truly sensational bit of kit that more than lives up to the Black Project legacy. Get some for your ride as methinks you too will be as impressed as I am!

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