JAMES PARRY ñ DRIFT
James Parry designed this fin for his squaretail longboards. It is based off of a 1960’s Bilbo fin. Raked flex fin with a wide base. Great for noseriding. It is a flex fin made of Volan fiberglass. Handmade in California by Fibre Glass Fin Co.
The design of the rake is focused to enable surfers to control on open face waves long arc carvings. This template has plenty of base, which enables you to accelerate on drive bottom turns, but it refines out to a thinner top for good release. Arcco has a carbon fiber layer designed to improve the flex pattern through the top of the fin. The result is a highly responsive fin with maximum drive. High degree of sweep angle. Point break and open face waves.
These fins are going to change completely your surfboard performance. If you are feeling your quad surfboard difficult to perform turns you should try out these fins. Keel Quad fins have a great area which provides a lot of drive. But the rear fins have a really upright template for performing tight radius turns. So they have a balance of control and performance. On small waves the fin will have a skatey feel. Designed for surfboards with wide tail.