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Wedge Twin Set - Small - Futures - B&W Tech (4.4 Inches)

$69.99

The Wedge is one of the most popular templates ever made. It has a wide-base, giving it maximum drive and an upright rake for tight turns. This fin makes hard powerful bottoms to vertical launches easy. Perfect for someone that requires a quick response, tight arcs or sharp powerful turns.

- Designed for the “Surf Style” Wake Surfer. These fins give the extra stability you want in your turns, but still give you a quick release off the wake.

- It has a wide-base, giving it maximum drive and an upright rake for tight turns.

- Dimple Technology, like on a golf ball, these dimpled fins reduce drag by up to 15%. Less drag on your wake surf fins will give you more speed, control and stability in you turns. This will keep you in the wake’s sweet spot longer, extending your rides.

- Super strong, incredibly durable and giving maximum control. After you try our high performance fins, you will never look back.

- Eco friendly sustainable packaging is 100% recyclable and is manufactured with low production waste.

Golf balls are designed with dimples for a few key reasons, a dimpled surfaces reduce drag and increase lift. That’s why dimples are ideal for all types wake surfing fins. Our fins reduce drag, increase drive and stability in turns while helping you keep your speed up. Maintaining your speed in turns, keeps you in the wake’s sweet spot longer, lengthening your rides and increasing your fun. From the first time you screw these fins into the bottom of your board, you’ll definitely feel the difference. Maximize your fun on any size wake and don’t let your fins hold you back.

Package includes:

  • 2 x GOHARD Wedge fins
  • 3DFINS key & screws
  • 1 x 3DFINS sticker

Specifications:

  • Height: 4.4" (112 mm)
  • Base: 4.3" (109 mm)
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