Category Archive: FINS

Dec 09

FreeDELTA RE arrives home at the RENE EGLI center in Fuerteventura

Finally seeing images of the FreeDELTA RE in use at the Rene Egli Windsurfing Center in Fuerteventura is extremely rewarding. From start to finish this has been an excellent project and it is great to be working closely with such an iconic brand in our sport. Working closely with Fran and the instructors we designed a …

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Dec 07

The new Tiger Sprint race fin is launched – are your ready to reach higher speeds and turn tighter?

Working closely with 4 x UK race champion Ryan James together with fellow team mates Joanne Hamilton-Vale and legendary racer turned equipment guru Bart de Zwart we have just finished our latest stand up paddle race fin. As race fleets become increasingly competitive from club to pro level riders are looking to fine tune their …

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Nov 24

Fanatic Tri-Wave 88 initial impressions with MiniEPIC 16.5/12.5 Thruster Fins

As much as we try different boards with our fins there is only so much we can do and hence it is always great to hear feedback from around the world, different boards, different sails, different riders and in different locations. We all face a unique set of variables and while we have become skilled …

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Nov 16

Morgan claims his maiden PWA victory at Aloha Classic with his MiniEPICs

What a month it has been for Black Project Fins’ team rider 20yr old Morgan Noireaux from Haiku, Maui. We are thrilled for Morgan who not only has claimed his first PWA victory but also the first PWA victory for Black Project Fins.  Having watched Morgan sail these past years in a range of conditions …

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Nov 15

Tiger Sprint – a sneak peak of our new SUP race fin

We are currently putting the final touches on the 2015 SUP fin range and we are pleased to be able to give you a sneak preview of what will be a hot new item for the upcoming season. Working closely with our team we wanted to extend the options available for riders to ensure optimal …

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Oct 03

“Speed and Control” – MiniEPIC Customer Feedback with Goya 84 Custom Quad

Traveling with the American Windsurfing Tour (AWT) enables me to meet many riders who we would otherwise only know via emails and names. It was great to meet Jad in Peru during the Pacasmayo Classic and he wanted to try some fins on his GOYA 84 Custom Quad board. All went very well and he …

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Sep 24

Introducing the FreeDELTA RE 21 – a new freeride fin for shallow water & weedy locations

Who says that you need a massive 40cm freeride fin on your board? Personally I have always wondered why board brands supply their boards with such long fins, I remember growing up, we never needed those massive fins! Equipment has changed over the years (a lot!) and fins have increased in size, what this means …

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Aug 30

Morgan Noireaux unleashed (video)

Fresh from his win in Mexico Morgan went straight back to college in Hawaii, a new breed, he balances full time study with full time windsurfing. Traveling this summer with Morgan I have learnt so much about life and windsurfing, the unassuming teenager wise beyond his years is ever motivated and a true inspiration on …

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Jun 26

Jurjen proves just how fast the Type S is at the Dunkerbeck GPS Speed Challenge

The Type S has been well proven around the world and on GPS websites but it is always great to get a reminder of just how fast the fins are. Jurjen van der Noord (Mistral, Severne, Black Project, Surfcenter.nl), our #1 speed rider and tester is well regarded as one of the fastest guys on …

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Mar 18

Fanatic Freewave 106TE & Black Project Thruster Fins Review

This review looks at the thruster fin options for the Fanatic Freewave 106 ltr. We are always very keen to hear customer feedback about their experiences with different fin set ups on particular boards, conditions, sails etc. This interaction really helps us further build our understanding of what our customers need so that when asked …

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