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Goliath XXL Surfboard fins are high performance five fin set-up. Designed, developed and tested by Scott of Big Guy Boards, he has collaborated with experienced shapers and manufacturers to create the ultimate big guy fin. The XXL features an upright template that helps get the board on rail and tighten the turning arc. The fins have a lot of depth which provide stability and overall control. Designed for larger and powerful surfers as a reliable thruster, or quad set up in all conditions. These fins can also be used as a performance set for Longboarding and SUP’s.
The carbon option creates a slightly stiffer fin, which will suit a larger surfer for speed generation.
|Name||Goliath XXL Carbon|
|Construction||Honeycomb / Carbon Layup|
|Size||XXL - 95kg +|
|Fin System||FCS 2 Compatible|
"What stands out compare to other fins i used in this kind of wave (jjf futures) is the incredible drive especially in such hollow waves with being loose enough to have sufficient control"
"I was using large size fins before I tried the Goliath XXL set. Straight away I could feel drive into turns and they still feel just as easy to turn as my last"
“Just rode the honeycomb quad in my bean bag. It was waist to shoulder high, wedges due to the mix of swells. It def packed some punch. The fins certainly have some bite because of the depth of the fin, but also have spring to them on the take-off /bottom turn and certainly fast. Possibly best fin I’ve used in this board!”
Fast and efficient service!
Great service and good to find larger fins for 100kg + surfers
Bigger guy, bigger board, these fins have made such a difference in my surfing!
Tons of drive and speed!
I'm 6'3 255 lbs and put the quad setup into my high performance longboard for a small but hollow day at the local beachbreak. First impression was "man these are some stiff fins" but after a few waves getting used to them and muscling them around a bit more, I unlocked some of the drive and speed that these fins can provide and it was impressive! Very stable on the takeoff and they locked in a high line very well. Only suggestion is can you make a center fin for a longboard fin box that's the same spec?