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CJC SUP Fins, they look different because they are different. These fins have been carefully designed for specific conditions and uses. They are SUP specific and unlike other fins on the market....Read more


Try one out and feel the difference, I am confident you will be pleased with the results.
With all CJC SUP Fins final production models are a carbon composite construction balancing weight and strength using the latest materials and technologies.
All models are numbered in millimeters representing the fins overall draft.

Buzzsaw 210:
The Buzzsaw is designed to cut through in tougher conditions. With a larger surface area this fin provides great tracking and stability giving confidence when things get rough. The Buzzsaw is perfect for recreational paddlers as their everyday fin or for racers requiring a more stable and good tracking fin for long distance races in choppy conditions.
Tamahaac 230 Fin:
The Tamahaac was designed for long course racing in moderate conditions. With a 230mm draft it finds a nice balance without creating extra drag while maintaining good tracking. The signature cut away base design keeps the surface area at a minimum also allowing the Tamahaac to turn extremely well compared to other similarly sized fins.
Halcyon 165 Fin:
The Halcyon is designed for short course racing. With a shallow draft of 165mm you are able to get in the water and standing even quicker for those shallow beach starts without the fear of hitting the fin. Also with its minimal height the fin allows the board to accelerate quickly with minimal drag. When it comes to the quick tight pivot turns the large cut away provides a reduced overall surface area that will have you spinning circles around the competition and if there are any weeds out there, fear not, that 47-degree leading edge drops them without hesitation.

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