These are the first of my fin designs that use hydrofoil wings. similar to what you'd find under a foil board.
The fins' wings have a combined wingspan of 9" and 10".
Asymmetric sets available (9" heel-side, 10" toe-side)
This is the Megawatt Class for two reasons.
|Buy a twin set for Wavestorms $49||Buy a twin set for FuturesFins $49|
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I may call them what I want but they're based off of airfoils that have their own names. Using CAD I'm able to orient these airfoils in radial patterns along the fin outlines you see. Doing this in CAD and 3D printing them makes it easy for me to experiment with various settings, such as cant, toe, thickness, chord to thickness ratio, multiple foils, wings and more. If you check out the Daemons you'll see an example of a category of fin design where a twist is built into the fin. I learned that from a guy who makes fins for some of the Zicatela big wave chargers, Rich Sanders. You'll be seeing his fins on this site soon.
Thicker fins? Yes. Thicker fin profiles give you more volume, and more power by creating lift at lower speeds. This seems to work great in any waves I can find here around Santa Cruz. I tried them in Indonesia though, and they weren't fast enough. So there's your tradeoff. I'm giving you a lot more torque, horsepower, agility, traction and speed in California style waves. #TheseAreGameChangers #GameOverKooks #WeWin #SoftBoardsAreTheNewTrophyTrucks