Clandestino fin

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by dtorrent, Aug 5, 2019.

  1. dtorrent

    dtorrent Active Member

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    So I have been riding an 8.5" Greenough 4a in my 7'4 Clandestino since I got it, it's always felt really good. Yesterday my friend, who has a grande-sized 9'0 Clandestino, told me he rides his with a 7.75" Lovelace vbowls fin in it. Which of course is smaller than mine and also seems to have significantly less base area. For reference I am 115 lbs. to his 170 lbs.

    Was curious what type of fin everyone had ridden in theirs?
     
  2. Poseidon

    Poseidon Member

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    Pg Big Red works
     
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  3. shadydave

    shadydave Well-Known Member

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    8’-4” 9”4a
     
  4. cuda

    cuda Well-Known Member

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  5. Andrew Johnson

    Andrew Johnson Member

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    I have an 8'4" Clandestino and alternate based on mood and conditions... 9.5" PHD, and 9" 4a - both volan.

    I've been more into the PHD lately -- less base and easier turns. I do prefer the 4a when there's a bit more juice in the lineup though.
     
  6. strez

    strez Active Member

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    I liked mine with the PHD fin. 4A felt too stiff.

    Seems like we are all on the same ballpark. 4c might work as well.
     
  7. Kid Crisis

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    8.4 Clando--9" Liddle flex narrow base...doesn't slip, super turny!
     
  8. hullogfish

    hullogfish Active Member

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    I threw the fcs whip fin, bought for super cheap online, into my avocet and actually really enjoyed it
     

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