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100% Carbon SUP Race Fin


(6 customer reviews)


100% Carbon SUP Race Fin


(6 customer reviews)


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SUP Race Fin For Flat Water Speed, Improved Tracking & Faster Buoy Turns

When Black Project athletes recently won six Golds at the 2019 ICF World Championships, every victory was earned with a Tiger in the fin box.

Optimized to maintain higher average speeds, promote faster buoy turns and deliver blistering sprint speed, the Tiger has proven to be dominant in both flat water and buoy courses. 

The Tiger’s proprietary foil technology generates increased lift and reduced drag, resulting in maximum speed with minimal effort.

Designed to add tracking at speed and break free at low speeds, paddlers are empowered to attack buoy turns with confidence, before powering into the lead on the straights.

Offering a rare combination of high-performance maneuverability and race-winning speed, it’s no wonder why the Tiger keeps racking up World Titles.

The Tiger is best suited for advanced to professional stand up paddlers. Built in our ultralight Pro Carbon construction our fins are the lightest sup race fins available.


Increase the tuning potential of your board by adding fins for different conditions.

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6 reviews for Tiger

  1. My Starboard 14’x23.5 tracked so much better, my board was stable... and it was fast!

    Joe Suvak

    At the end of last season, I went from a 14’x26’ to a 14’x23.5, and I was struggling with tracking and stability. I had a very large fin on my Starboard, and got the Black Paddle Project Tiger! I could not be more amazed!! It tracked so much better, my board was stable… and it was fast! I love this fin, and cannot wait to get back out and train with it for the Carolina Cup. A huge thank you to Chris and his team for great customer service and help selecting the right fin for me. I now have my Hydro paddle, and Tiger fin….. and I am ready to compete with Black Paddle Project goodies!!!

  2. I now certainly understand the appeal of owning multiple fins

    Chris Pike

    The Tiger fin seems to retain much of the stability of the Maliko v2, while gaining a bit of maneuverability, but the overall feel is much closer to the Maliko v2 than to the stock fin. Not sure if it’s just in my mind, but the Tiger fin does feel just a bit quicker than the Maliko v2, so I prefer the Tiger over the Maliko v2 when conditions are on the calmer side. The Tiger seems to provide a more stable, and faster platform for buoy turns than the Maliko v2. However, in rough conditions the Maliko v2 is king. I have been super impressed with how Black Project fins have transform the characteristics of my Starboard Allstar and offer the potential for fine tuning by switching back and forth. I now certainly understand the appeal of owning multiple fins and will look to add to my quiver in the future.

  3. I set a new PR for the race!

    Rob Moran

    After several recommendations I got this fin and used it for the first time in The Graveyard at the Carolina Cup. I set a new PR for the race. It tracked as well if not better than most larger fins in the ocean swell and ICW flat water. Super light, stiff and fast. The BlackProject folks were very helpful in the selection and setup. This could be the “quiver of one” go to fin for all conditions for intermediate/advanced paddlers… but why would you want to when they have the Sonic.. which is my next fin… to complete the fin quiver!

  4. The durability of the fin is very good


    I have been using the Tiger for 2 years now and I still haven’t found a better fin for my racing and training in flat water as well as in light downwind conditions. The board stays on track and there is a good maneuverability when you’re on the bump or the wave. The durability of the fin is very good and until today I had no issues with that. I would say that it’s the go to fin you can have and can be used in a variety of conditions

  5. The Tiger is very small, but tracks perfectly


    I got my Tiger fin 2 month ago and I used it quite a lot ever since, but so far only on flat water. All I can say is WOW. I love it. The fin is extremly light and still very strong and durable, really a very special piece of equipment.
    The Tiger is very small, but tracks perfectly. The board feels as stable as with larger fins. And I never had a fin before, that makes buoy-turns so easy.
    I can highly recommend the Tiger, and I’m pretty sure, you will love it too.

  6. Lighter than other carbon fins I have used


    First impression of the Tiger fin was incredibly strong for the weight and considerably lighter than other carbon fins I have used. After a few sessions I can say the Tiger tracks as well if not better than larger fins. I felt very little influence of the current I was able to pivot on the tail. Reduced drag, lighter weight, more maneuverable. I’m not sure what else I could ask for. Customer service that we all hope to get is icing on the cake. Looking forward to trying more of your products!

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