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Maui Fin Company HF-Ride Freeride Fin

Size/Base: 40cm Power

Price:  $ 125.00 
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Size/Base: 42cm Power

Price:  $ 129.00 
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Size/Base: 44cm Power

Price:  $ 138.00 
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Size/Base: 46cm Power

Price:  $ 146.00 
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Available in two models. Check out the HF-Carbon for a more high performance, carbon molded version with RTM Technology.


MFC HF-Ride Freeride Fin


Economical and glass constructed but still capable of intense speed and controlled maneuverability while offering a smooth ride, the MFC HF-Ride Freeride is based off of the H1 racing fin. Maintaining the same profile for reaching top speeds, the HF has a more rake to deliver a gentle ride while going upwind and jibing. With a graduated rake scale, the smaller sizes (28-42) offer more rake than the larger sizes (44-52) to prevent loss of traction.

This fin is compatible with virtually any freeride board such as the Starboard Carve IQ, Atom IQ, or Fanatic Gecko to maximize the full potential out of your sessions on the water. If you have questions regarding which size and base type is most appropriate for you see below or do not hesitate to give us a call at 727.656.6569.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

Power Box vs Tuttle Box vs US Base Types


The different base types that are available for windsurfing fins are essential to know, however, it can sometimes be confusing remembering which is the appropriate choice for your board. The power box type (shown in the picture above) has a "U-shaped" base and requires only one fin screw in the center. The tuttle box base type is flat and is used for windsurfing boards that have two fin screw holes. Lastly, the US base type is more common on stand-up paddleboards, yet there is a pin in the front of the base that slides into the fin box before screwing in the back of the fin from the underside of the board.