Condor Pre-Preg

SUP Racing Fin For Maximum Speed & Agility
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Condor Pre-Preg

SUP Racing Fin For Maximum Speed & Agility
( 9 )


SUP Race Fin For Top-End Speed & Agility. Designed With Connor Baxter For Elite Paddlers

The Condor is a SUP racing fin designed for maximum board speed and agility. Ideally suited for advanced and professional paddlers, this is the fin for those who aren’t afraid to push the limits. The smallest fin we make, the Condor utilizes reduced depth, smaller surface area and our Reduced Cord Concept to enable maximum paddling speed, without sacrificing too much tracking. Best suited for flat water and calmer days, it’s the fastest fin on the market. But be warned, due to its size the Condor is not for everyone.

  • A very small fin (18cm / 7.09” & 182cm2 / 28.21 in2 ).
  • Reduced Cord Concept (RCC) enables increased speed and faster turning without sacrificing tracking.
  • Short fin base increases positional tuning options, even on boards with short fin boxes.
  • Developed by multi-time SUP Racing World Champion Connor Baxter, with additional input from Seychelle Webster, Martin Vitry, Fiona Wylde and other elite paddlers..
  • Complete with premium fin cover, fin screw, leash string and board sticker.
  • *** New for 2024: 30T Pre-Preg carbon construction, lighter, stronger, faster.
  • *** New for 2024: New branding and artwork. 



SKU: CONDOR. Categories: , , .Tags: , . Brand: Black Project
  • Reviews (9)
  1. Whooooooweeee it's agile!

    Kenneth Allen-July 18, 2023 at 3:47 am

    I bought this fin after paddling with a Ray 24 for about a year and wow is it agile!. This fin turns quickly and easily and tracks straighter than I would have expected, based on its size. I’m glad I made this purchase, this fin has quickly become my go-to for quick paddles and even quicker turns.

  2. Immediate Results

    darin.m.henderson-August 8, 2022 at 4:18 am

    Switched out my Tiger v1 for the Condor for a race this past weekend and immediately noticed the speed difference and did not feel like it got noticeably worse tracking or stability. Finished 2nd in my first race with this fin about 20 seconds behind someone I am have recently been as much as a minute behind at the end of a similarly distanced / conditions race. My mile pace improved by a few seconds from the week before so the main difference was the fin. Looking forward to doing more training on this fin in tougher conditions.

  3. Small and fast

    sotiris.panteli-February 25, 2022 at 6:23 am

    Just ordered mine. Had the chance to try one, as i borrowed it from a friend of mine last Christmas. Its small and fast, tracks well for its size. Love the new design.

  4. Speed changer

    Tracey Nguyen-December 4, 2021 at 4:17 pm

    I have the Ray for the open ocean and love it. However, I wanted a fin for flatwater and easier to turn so I got the condor. It’s my favorite fin for flatwater and even small swell days in the ocean now. Yes, there’s a slight decrease in stability but it’s worth the increase in speed.

  5. Speed and maneuverability

    David McMillan-October 18, 2021 at 6:20 am

    Highly recommend for the more advanced paddler. You’ll notice an immediate change in stability but not a great deal and well worth the extra speed and ability to turn more easily. Found that the difference on my SIC RS wasn’t as significant as with my 404 JUMP. Maybe the shape of the base plays into that.

  6. GPS Does not Lie!

    Steve Arkell-March 14, 2021 at 2:11 pm

    Was so pleasantly surprised when I ran this fin for the first time. My first thought was it would wander as it has so little surface area. To my surprise the fin tracked the same as my tiger and was ever so slightly faster for me. I did an alternating 1 mile course with one turn at the 1/2 mile mark. Ive run this fin on Multiple board with very favorable results. Not sure how Chris made this little fin work so well but the GPS does not lie. Awesome fin!

  7. Amazing speed and good tracking for the small size

    Susanne Eder-Meyer-January 9, 2021 at 10:56 am

    Given the small size of the Condor, I was expecting a difficult tracking before I tested it – but the result was really amazing:
    I could still get a very good tracking while having a super average speed. I’m using it on my Lightcorp Signature 2.0 in both, 22″ and 23″ and this fin works perfect on these boards – this fin gives you for sure extra speed. This fin is really the best I’ve ever tested and is ideal for training and I will probably use it in my first 2021 races!

  8. All that you need and nothing you don't

    Damon Toal-Rossi-November 26, 2020 at 10:39 pm

    Bought this with slight concern that it would be too “expert” for me. It was unfounded. While this fin does require paddle technique to track straight over long distances, it’s not extra work to do so. Doing a 100 stroke-per-side exercise is no issue with good technique (and weather). The reward is a fin that does everything you ask of it and nothing more, in a good way. It’s super fast on flat water but holds a line well enough in bumps to be used in light downwinders. It disappears on kick turns then re-engages as soon as the nose drops. After paddling with this for most of the summer, when I switch fins it feels like I’m dragging an anchor. This is an excellent “less is more” fin for those willing to work for their speed.

  9. Game changer!

    Ishay Grushka-March 11, 2020 at 2:54 am

    Like most SUP junkies, we always try to get an edge, after speaking to Chris, I decided it worth a try to try the CONDOR, after all, its Connors reputation behind it. My first real test was a 14K pretty much flat water in the mediterranean sea (Israel) on my 425 PRO OUTLAW 14’x 22″, I was able to get probably an extra 0.5-0.7km/h, for me that is huge, anything to get that little extra speed will help me during competitions and group training. Highly recommended for the hardcore paddlers.

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