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Surfs up dude! This is a must have item for the Kaos surf kayak. I couldn't imagine paddling my kaos without them.
Customer Rating: 5.0 of 5
didn't try it yet.
If you are going to surf the
Kaos you MUST have fins. These
are solid fins. You need three
big ones...dont know why they
sell the small ones. They
allow you to track across the
face.. and do in fact dig in
and cut across white water
however it takes some practice
and white water is not the
friend of the Kaos in the
first place. I actually wish
they made a variety of fins as
I would like to experiment
with diff sizes and shapes
with different conditions...
its a good buy at $17........
Fins are necessary to keep the Kaos headed straight on a wave. I used three large recently on some over head waves and could easily steer on the shoulder. But once the foam catches up the fins point you toward the beach. A new tactic is needed to break away from the foam face.