6. Simmer Style Fins
Designed for maximum control at high speeds, even in demanding conditions. With a high angle of attack and early planning, this slalom fin gives you a powerful weapon to be first across the finishing line.
Simmer G10 Slalom Tuttle box $165.00- $170.00 Australia post $15.00
A manoeuvre-oriented freeride fin for the windsurfer who is looking to score as many windsurfing days in as many different conditions as possible. Early planning and great manoeuvrability are the key features for fin.
Simmer FRP Freewave Power Box $125.00-$145.00 Australia post $15.00
A manoeuvre-oriented wave fin, with a superb ability to generate speed for vertical maneuvers. Thick upper front profile with a narrower lower body. Ideal for side shore conditions.
Simmer G10 Wave US Box $120.00-$125.00 Australia post $15.00
A powerful profile for global versatility and adaptability, which generates speed, early planing and great upwind capabilities. On the wave, it will give the board more drive and acceleration through both bottom and top turn. Also suitable for the heavier sailor.
Simmer G10 Word Wave 25 US box $145.00 Australia post $15.00
Simmer G10 Blacktip single US box $99.00-$109.00 Australia post $9.00
The Mission is Simmers most radical fin, designed primarily for sideshore winds and powerful waves. It has a high degree of sweep and flexibility. It is designed to give the smoothest and most forgiving bottom turn entry but also to store and release power when driving into the top turn.
Simmer G10 Mission Front 85 pair Slot box $99.00 Australia post $9.00
Simmer G10 Mission Rear 135 pair Slot box $145.00 Australia post $15.00
Slot Box Cover
Slot Box Cover $20.00-$39.00 Austalia post $9.00
Fiber-reinforced plastic, hand laminated fiberglass with polyester resin, cured and fully post-cured in an oven for maximum durability. FRP allows for a precision controlled twist, by using stiffer material in the base and more flexible material in the tip.
An extremely tough and durable material. Manufactured from 5 layers of fiberglass in each millimeter of thickness, laminated together with epoxy with several of tons of pressure under high heat to fully cure the resin. These fins are finally hand-shaped with a 0.2 mm precision.