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Quobba Fins – Full Review & Analysis

The team at SUPboarder have been busy testing the Quobba Fins in a range of different conditions and board types. Beau shares his insights into how Quobba fins make a difference and what size fins you need to get the most out of them.

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colas
colas
1 year ago

Nice review.
It also shows that reviews can be misleading when done by only one rider in a limited amount of time: without input from the rest of the team you would have missed the opportunity to discover these game-changer fins!

I only use Quobba since I tried them, and on reducing the rear fin (but keeping L sides for my 100kg), you can see my experiments at:

https://www.seabreeze.com.au/forums/Stand-Up-Paddle/SUP/Quobba-Fins-?page=10#2788032

jeroensurf@gmail.com
jeroensurf@gmail.com
1 year ago

Nice review,
I use them in my Smik Spitfire for the big days. For my 95kg the Lin front and M in the centre has heaps of grip.
I,m gonna try them in my Starboard longboard as well as suggested. 🙂

Reuben Ellis
Admin
1 year ago

Great to hear this.

Steve Williams
Steve Williams
1 year ago

These fins are great…..just need Quobba to start making proper centre fins for the box.

Reuben Ellis
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Steve Williams

Bingo

Daniele Costa
Daniele Costa
8 months ago

Nice review!

I’m curious on your opinion about using 2 large and 1 medium on a Smik Hypster Twin longboard. I have a custom 9*29 pin tail since June 2023 and using stock fins (the two big large side fins and the very small one in the US box).

I’m still learning nose riding but I noticed that the board is nosediving whenever I walk closer to the nose. Do you think that a 2+1 Quobba setup (2 large + 1 medium) should improve on the nosediving problem?

Thanks!

Daniele Costa
Daniele Costa
8 months ago
Reply to  Beau Nixon

Hi thanks for the quick reply!

Have you tried one of the next hipster twin longboard with a pin tail though?

I think the nose is quite wide actually rather than narrow so I’m not sure we are referring to the same thing here :-)…mine is a 9*29 with 120 litres in volume.

Anyway I will try to start walking to the nose earlier as you suggest to see if something changes (with and without the Quobba fins).

Thanks!

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