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Hammer Slalom & Racing Fin

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G10 Slalom & Racing Fin

Hammer Slalom & Racing Fin

(5 customer reviews)

$200.00$240.00

Windsurfing slalom fin with low-end power, acceleration & control, tuned for light & medium strength winds & flatter water

The Hammer Slalom/Race windsurfing slalom fin range is designed for light to medium strength winds and flatter water.

The low-end power is ideal for heavier windsurfers who will benefit from the extra lift especially on bigger boards.

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5 reviews for Hammer Slalom & Racing Fin

  1. good for use as large freemove board fin

    Marek (verified owner)

    Agreed with the previous. When I am powered (not overpowered) then I can drive it upwind under ridiculous angles 😀 but I still remain in control for downwind and gybing.
    I use it on RRD Firemove 100l with 5.4 and 6.2 as the large fin. If it gets nuking then I downsize to Kraken 28cm – good combo.

  2. Fast, upwind master fin

    harald.solheim (verified owner)

    After receiving great advice I decided to get a 35 and a 40cm to use with my RRD Riremove 110 and 5.3, 6.4 and 7.8 sails. Could not be happier, they both fly upwind and are really quick at the same time as they are very nice to gybe.

  3. Re the Hammer 42.5

    Byron

    I agree with Nick Jones…great upwinder, no spinout…and fast; good job Chris!

  4. Re the Hammer

    Byron

    My 42.5 is my go-t fin for lighter winds and will always be a respected part of my quiver. I agree with Nick Jones re no-spinout, AND with that it tracks upwind with no concern…
    Good one Chris…

  5. WOW! It took my breath away how fast it is - really quick.

    Nick Jones

    WOW! It took my breath away how fast it is – really quick. And what’s more, super-fast pointing way upwind. I was spanking everyone else on the water (and I’m not the fastest sailor). Super quick and smooth and however fast I went and however much I stamped on the fin (to try to see where the spin out limit was), the board would not budge, it just kept flying along in its groove. And with that stability, it meant that I had the confidence to fully commit to the harness; to experiment with body position and angle, thus developing a faster/better stance. Thanks Black Project for the great work you are doing.

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