- Surf Essentials
Dylan Gravezilla (Single Tab)
Template: Drive—A perfect fin with plenty of hold to get weird on powerful waves.
Size: Recommended for medium size surfers 140 lbs. to 195 lbs. (63 kg. to 88 kg.)
Construction: Fiberglass Construction
Compatibility: Futures (Single Tab)
From concept to creation, Dylan wanted a fin that looked different, but worked as well (if not better) than any other fin on the market. What we got is the "Drunken Seagull" template with its unique, upright outline, and wider base ... and it's awesome! Dylan swears by it. Solid fiberglass to stiffen things up and to give it that glass on feel. Artwork by Mr. Graves himself.
|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.)|
These fins go on the bottom of your surfboard and make it way easier to turn. Plus the extra nubby bit is a great conversation starter if you wanna show people at the beach that you have no idea what you’re talking about.
Dylan Gravezilla Medium (Single Tab)
Best fins I’ve ever surfed. Haven’t had any desire to switch to any other fins.
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Love the solid fiberglass build. Used these on my 6'3" squash tail in some fair-sized west side waves. They start quick, power through bottom turns, and hold great in critical sections. For me, they work especially well backside. Must be that Godzilla bump on the side fins.
Right from first wave, felt the speed and drive. Not sure how the rear odd curve of back of the side fins works, but it sure do look nice.