Surfboard fins are mounted at the tail of a surfboard or similar board to improve directional stability and control through foot-steering. Fins (or surfboard skeg) helps you cut through the water, giving you the reins to control your ride. The introduction of fins in the 1930s revolutionized surfing and board design.
Surfboard fins — now the number-one accessory a surfer needs — can be arrayed in different configurations with a variety of shapes, sizes, and materials. If you’re just starting out, check out our blog for advice on how to configure your fins!