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10" Surf & SUP Fin - Free No Tool Fin Screw - 10 Inch Center Fin

£22.00
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10" Surf & SUP Fin 10 inch Center Fin for Longboard, Surfboard & Paddleboard 

Product description

This fin is a perfect fit for Longboards and Standup Paddleboards either with or without side fins. Fits any standard fin box and comes with both the brass slider pin and the fin screw and plate. Great for surfing, noseriding, and flat water touring. Ready to put on your board and get in the water. Direct fit for all standard fin boxes, including BIC Stand Up Paddleboards and other popular Paddle Boards found at REI and other outlets.
Features:

1. Constructed by high quality nylon material, it is durable and solid to use.

2. Our surfing fin has a clip for attaching to the fin dock.

3. Slide and lock fin box system makes it ​removable for inflatable paddle boards.

4. Suitable for longboard,surfboard and stand up paddle board.

What is in the package?

1 x Fin

1 x Fin Dock

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