- Surf Essentials
Dane Reynolds Medium (Single Tab)
Template: Balanced—for the medium weight surfer who wants fast, reactive feel.
Size: Recommended for Medium Size Surfers - 140 lbs. to 195 lbs. (63 kg. to 88 kg.)
Construction: Honeycomb Construction
Powerfully unpredictable. Those two words perfectly describe Dane Reynolds surfing. Challenged with trying to improve on what was already a magic fin was no easy task. The new Dane fin is the next level in performance, power and progression. "They are slightly more upright with larger side fins and a smaller center fin. I find they work in tight transitions, but have a lot of drive. These fins loosen and liven up my boards" -Dane Reynolds -- Made with bits of real panther.
|Fin Specification||Side Fins||Center Fin|
|X-SMALL||Up to 120 lbs. (52 kg.)|
|SMALL||Up to 155 lbs. (70 kg.)|
|MEDIUM||140 lbs. - 180 lbs. (63 kg.- 81 kg.)|
|LARGE||180 lbs.+ (81 kg.+)|
At 60kg/132lb I was on the fence whether the small would work for me. Especially given the dimensions and the smaller than usual trailer. Been using them in my hpsb and they offer a great combo of hold, speed, and pivot. Great fins for more performance oriented surfing since you can easily get tail loose over or through the lip. Highly recommended fins.
Daughter uses them in high school surf contests. They perform well and look cool. They have a hex core that is painted over.
Havent surfed. Sweet fins
Bought these fins for a 5’7x21x2.5 smth shapes gold fish. The board is a fish but with thruster fin set up. At first I wanted to buy a 2+1 fin set up but it was not recommended for this board so I went the Large Dane fins because I like the idea of the center fin being slightly smaller then the sides. I love the feel of this board and fins in waist to head high waves. The first day I tried them it was well overhead ob Sf and they felt funky. I am 5’10, 160lbs. They feel good and look good, just not in pumping waves.
Love my new Dane Reynolds fins - ride great and look the coolest too!