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Muzza 23rd December 2007 04:57 PM

2008 proto tri-fin
 
Before the release of the 2008 range from Starboard there were shots of a tri-fin Evo.
Are tri-fins or twin-fin designs still being considered?
Will there be any in the 2009 range?

Muzza

carvesalot 24th December 2007 12:19 AM

In case you missed this , lots of companies this year , more to follow ? The + & - are what the companies have to weigh, just think what the cost of fins would be ..

http://kevinpritchardwindsurfing.blo...f-waiting.html

Muzza 24th December 2007 04:31 AM

No, I didn't miss seeing all the brands trying out new designs for the '08 season or any other season.
My question was, is 'STARBOARD' going to go ahead with a twin or tri-fin design in -09.
As far as cost of fins goes, we pay top dollar for 100% carbon masts, carbon booms, stronger and lighter boards etc, etc, etc all for their better performance. Why would the cost of an extra fin be a factor?
Besides they're quite a bit shorter and wouldn't get trashed on the reef at marginal tides when a standard single fin might... might save me a fin or two in the long run.

Anyone from Starboard that can answer would be appreciated.

Cheers

carvesalot 24th December 2007 07:20 AM

take 2 , no make that 3 beers you will feel better in the morning

Ola_H 24th December 2007 04:01 PM

Just as before the 08 launch, all options are being tested. Single fin is still hard to beat though.

Muzza 24th December 2007 07:44 PM

Quote from Kevin Pritchard -
"Friday I had all of Hookipa to myself with some fun little smacks on the new twin fin."

This pretty much answers my question!

Happy 25th December 2007 01:34 AM

As far as my info goes. Starboard is testing Twin Fin versions of the Pure Acid and Evo's now. The 'Evil Twins'.


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