THE RIGHT FIN
WILL ENHANCE YOUR
PADDLING EXPERIENCE

SUP FINS DESIGNED AND BUILT TO TUNE AND ENHANCE BOARD PERFORMANCE.

Designed to excel in a range of paddling conditions Black Project SUP fins are fast, efficient and lightweight. Built in ultralight carbon with LiteCore technology, these are the lightest SUP fins ever built.

Our aim is to help padders to fine tune the performance and enhance the characteristics of their race, touring and surf boards. Whether you use an inflatable or hard board our fins will help you achieve your maximum paddling performance and enjoyment.

While fins are small they have a huge influence on your SUP board's characteristics and your performance on the water.

Black Project SUP fins are the #1 choice for SUP athletes worldwide who have amassed countless world records, world championship titles, national and regional wins across the globe in racing, adventure and surfing.

SUP RACE & TOURING FINS



RAY

TIGER

CONDOR

MALIKO

SONIC

Best For:When you need extra stability, tracking & glide, excellent in choppy conditions & longer distances.Ideal for a wide range of racing on flat water courses with multiple buoy turns. Great tracking & speed. Ideal if you are very stable on your board, designed with Conor Baxter for maximum speed and agility on flat water courses. Good tracking & unrivaled speed.Designed for ocean & downwind racing where you can take advantage of the wind & flow. Maximum agility & speed in ocean & downwind racing. Helps improve the surfing characteristics of race boards.
Suitable For:Intermediate to Advanced padders.Advanced to Professional athletes.Advanced to
Professional athletes.
Intermediate to Expert padders.Expert to Professional athletes.
Depth (cm/in)24 / 9.4520 / 7.8718 / 7.0921 / 8.2718 / 7.09
Area (cm3 / in²)283 / 43.9216 / 33.5182 / 28.21223 / 34.6214 / 33
Cord (cm / in)15 / 5.914 / 5.513 / 5.1214 / 5.516 / 6.3
Fin Base (cm / in)17.5 / 6.916.5 / 6.515.5 / 6.1016.5 / 6.518.5 / 7.3
Leading Edge (degrees)35°35°45°45°45°
ConstructionUltralight Carbon with LiteCore Technology. Ultralight Carbon with LiteCore Technology. Ultralight Carbon with LiteCore Technology. Ultralight Carbon with LiteCore Technology. Ultralight Carbon with LiteCore Technology.
Weight (gr / oz)200 / 7.05150 / 5.29140 / 4.94175 / 6.17150 / 5.29
Warranty1 yr1 yr1 yr1 yr1 yr
USA Retail (Ex Tax)$180.00$170.00$170.00$175.00$170.00
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SUP SURFING FINS

ZANE ThrusterZANE QUADBERND Thruster
ZANE ThrusterZANE QuadBERND Thruster
StyleHigh-performance / progressiveHigh-performance / progressivePowerful carves and fast flow
WaveBeach breaks, barrels, critical wavesBigger, more risky waves & barrelsPointbreaks, open-faced waves
SpeedHighHighMedium
HoldMediumHighHigh
PivotHighMediumMedium
FlowMediumMediumHigh
FlexMediumMediumFlex Tip
Rake32.5°32.5°37.5°
MaterialCarbon with LiteCoreCarbon with LiteCoreCarbon with LiteCore
WeightFrom 125 grams (4.4 oz)From 200 grams (7.0 oz)From 125 grams (4.4 oz)
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USEFUL FIN VIDEOS

NOT SURE HOW TO CHOOSE
YOUR NEW FIN?

5-STEP GUIDE TO CHOOSING YOUR RACE OR TOURING FIN.

LEARN HOW FINS HELP YOUR PADDLING, TUNE YOUR BOARD, SOME BASIC FIN SCIENCE & FIN BOX TYPES SO THAT YOU CAN CONFIDENTLY CHOOSE YOUR NEW FIN.

Different SUP disciplines, conditions and skill levels call for different types of SUP fins. Luckily, finding the fin setup that works best for your paddling style is easier than ever. This five-step guide explains the science of fins. You’ll learn about how fins work and be able to confidently choose the right fin(s) for your needs.

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SUP FIN RESOURCES

Five Ways Standup Race Fins Affect Handling & Performance

Video: Five Ways Standup Race Fins Affect Handling & Performance A good standup fin can make a big difference in top speed, but where it really makes a difference is in board handling and performance. Helping you move through the water easier, allowing you to track better and letting you worry a lot less about steering so you can stay focused on just paddling. As conditions change, the ability to adapt and fine tune the characteristics of your board is really important. Rather than buying two or even three boards for different conditions, you can use fins of different sizes and styles and achieve a similar result. It’s really important to have more than one type of fin in your quiver. In this video Black Project’s founder Chris Freeman (@Chrisk97) talks through five characteristics of paddle board performance which can be influenced by fin choice – Tracking – Stability – Speed – Glide –

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Maui Downwind Champion Bernd Roediger Takes Surfing to Hood River

The Maui-bred waterman was groomed in the world’s finest trades, mentored by legends in the arts of windsurfing, downwind SUP, surfing and foiling on his island’s fabled North Shore. We caught up with Bernd during his race prep for an inside look at what goes into championing Hood River’s prize downwind SUP race.

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