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Beachin Surf stocks a wide variety of surf fins. Whether you want to buy thruster fins, longboard fins, twin fins - twinnie surfing fins, FCS or Futures or just looking for an awesome deal, check out our selection of fins

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Discover the Power of the Right Surfboard Fins for Sale: Elevate Your Ride with Beachin Surf

The right surfboard fins can make the difference between a good day on the waves and an unforgettable one. It's time to elevate your surf experience, find the perfect fin setup and ride the wave of freedom. At Beachin Surf, we're committed to helping you make the right choice.

Surfboard Fins: Your Key to Performance

When selecting surfboard fins, you must consider several factors to ensure you choose the right ones for your needs. These factors are the keys to unlocking the maximum potential of your surfboard and include fin setup, size, material, flex, foil, base and depth.

Fin Setup: Single-Fin to Five-Fin Setups

Surfboards can have different fin setups ranging from single, twin, thruster (three fins), quad (four fins), and even five-fin setups. A single fin offers great control for long, drawn-out turns, making it a top choice for longboarders and lovers of the classic surf style. 

On the other hand, twin fins offer a loose, skate feel, perfect for small wave conditions and shortboards.

Thruster and quad setups offer the perfect balance of control, speed, and manoeuvrability, making them popular choices amongst seasoned surfers. 

Five-fin setups are versatile as they can be adjusted to either a thruster or quad setup, providing flexibility for surfers to adapt according to wave conditions.

Our Single Fin - Importance of Fin Size

The size of the fin can drastically affect the performance of the board. Large fins offer more hold and control, making them ideal for larger surfers or for riding in big-wave conditions. 

On the contrary, smaller fins offer less drag, allowing for a more manoeuvrable surfboard, ideally suited for smaller surfers or those looking to pull off more agile manoeuvres.

Choosing the Right Surfboard Fin Material

Surfboard fins are made from various materials including fibreglass, plastic, carbon fibre, and composite materials. While plastic fins are more affordable, they often lack performance compared to their counterparts. Fibreglass and carbon fibre fins, though more expensive, provide superior performance and responsiveness, offering a noticeable boost in your surfboard's performance.

Flex and Foil: Navigating the Waters of Fin Dynamics

The amount of flex a fin has can impact its performance significantly. More flex can provide a responsive feel and smoother turns, while less flex offers more stability and control, particularly at high speeds or in bigger waves.

The fin's foil, or the shape and geometry of the inside and outside faces of the fin, also plays a crucial role. Different foils influence how water flows over the fin, affecting the lift and drag it produces. The right combination of flex and foil can lead to an incredibly smooth and controlled surfing experience.

Understanding Single Fin Base and Depth

The base and depth of a surfboard fin are also critical aspects to consider. The base is part of the fin that's attached to the board and is responsible for drive and speed. A larger base equates to more drive, allowing for faster, more powerful turns. The depth is how far the fin penetrates into the water and it affects hold and stability. A deeper fin offers more hold, providing a stable ride, especially during turns.

Finding Your Perfect Surfboard Fins for Sale

Finding the perfect fins for you ultimately depends on your personal preferences, surfing style, and wave conditions. It may take some experimentation to find the best surfboard fins for your needs. Our team at Beachin Surf is ready to help, leveraging years of experience and a deep understanding of how surfboard fins can make your ride a comfortable and memorable one.
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Surfboard Fins (220)

FCS II Performer PC

$149.99

FCS II Mark Richards PC

$174.99

FCS II PERFORMER NEO GLASS

$99.99

FCS II PERFORMER PC CARBON TRI FINS

$169.99

FCS II MF PC TRI SET

$179.99

FCS II Connect PG Single Fin

$124.99

FCS II CARVER SIDE BYTE FIN SET

$69.99

FCS II AM PC TRI FINS

$159.99

FCS II REACTOR PC TRI FINS

$149.99

FCS II CARVER NEO GLASS TRI

$99.99

FCS II HARLEY QUAD FIN SET

$219.99

Softlite 3 Fin Set - Screw In

$49.99

TILLER FIBERGLASS FIN

$134.99

FCS II HARLEY LONGBOARD TRI -XLARGE

$199.99

FCS II ACCELERATOR PC TRI

$149.99

FCS II MODERN KEEL PG TWIN

$159.99

FCS II DHD PC TRI SET

$159.99

FCS I KNUBSTER VS CENTRE KEEL

$34.99

FCS II CARVER PC TRI FINS

$149.99

FCS II CARVER PC CARBON

$169.99

Gerry 8.5"

$144.99

T1 Honeycomb Twin + 1

$159.99

FCS II MID SIDE BYTE FIN SET

$99.99

FCS II CONNECT SIDE BYTE FIN SET

$44.99

Surfboard Fins - FAQs

Why are surfboard fins important?

Surfboard fins play a key role in the performance of a surfboard. They can greatly influence the board's stability, manoeuvrability, and speed, which can impact your overall surfing experience.

What types of surfboard fin setups are available?

Surfboards can have different fin setups ranging from single fin, twin fins, thruster (three fins), quad (four fins), and even five-fin setups. Each setup offers different performance characteristics, and the choice depends on personal preference, surfing style, and wave conditions.

Does fin size affect the performance of my surfboard?

Yes, fin size can drastically affect the performance of your surfboard. Large fins offer more hold and control, making them ideal for larger surfers or for riding in big-wave conditions. Smaller fins offer less drag, allowing for a more manoeuvrable surfboard.

What materials are surfboard fins made from?

Surfboard fins can be made from various materials, including fibreglass, plastic, carbon fibre, and composite materials. The choice of material can significantly affect the performance and price of the fin.

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