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Fins are the bits that poke out from underneath the surfboard. Fin plays an important role in control and stability to the surfers. They all have a similar curved appearance but come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and types of flexibility depending on a surfer’s needs.

1. Surfing fins
2. Windsurfing fins
3. Wakeboarding & Kitesurfing fins

Our advanced fin manufacturing techniques allow surfers to make their performance dreams a reality. Most of fins are made from a variety of materials including Polyester, Vinylester, Epoxy resins, G-10 laminate, texalium and honeycomb etc. Wavelink takes responsibility towards the sport seriously; We support our customers with ongoing technical developments and marketing initiatives. At the same time we have really enjoyed building the best fins for surfer’s worldwide since 80’s.

Materials:


Fins are constructed from a range of materials and vary in their performance and costing.

Resins

  • Polyester
  • Vinyl-ester
  • Epoxy

Fiber

  • Carbon Fiber (CF)
  • Fiberglass (FG)
  • Texalium
  • Silk

Cores

  • PVC foam
  • Honeycomb(HC)-S/M/L size
  • Bamboo
  • Wood

Prepregs

  • G-10

Appearance:


  • customer-made size
  • multi-color assortment

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  • various materials combinations
  • Water Transfer Logo/ Silkscreen
  • Matt or Polish finish/natural color

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Technique:


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  • Hand shaping / Hand foiling material characteristics and flex pattern are identical to traditional fibreglass fins offering a stiff base with subtle responsive tip flex, amazing aesthetics and proven durability.

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  • Resin Transfer Molding (RTM) is a more high tech way of fin construction. It uses advanced technology that originated in the aerospace field. Often fins constructed by this method sandwich glass a layer of honeycomb foam so to reduce weight. The fantastic performance and impressive appearance of many fins in these materials make them a general favorite with the staff at WAVELINK.

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  • CNC milling and cutting – The CNC helps us to ensure that every fin is consistent to the specifications that were discussed at the time of ordering.