With every layer of carbon laid by hand, consistency and quality are guaranteed. The slalom fins are available from 26cm-50cm with a progressive but customisable flex throughout the range.
The History of Foilworx……
In the winter of 2018 the fins were tested in Tenerife, they showed excellent lift, control and speed with 44.65 knots being achieved on a 32cm fin. Jenna Gibson used the fins in 2018 leading to her taking 1st place in the IFCA World Companionships.
2019 saw the start of a sponsorship with James Faley, as we are keen to support young sailors. He has achieved some incredible speeds on a 30cm fin. “Super happy to be a part of the team and take my sailing to a new level. I’ve been trying out a couple of their fins over the last two months and I can honestly say they are incredible. It’s amazing how much difference a good fin makes. A good fin allows you to sail at full speed without ever having to worry about control” – James Faley.
At the beginning of 2020 we were excited to sponsor- James Battye and Kacper Wozniak and the Sometimes We Can Gybe podcast/video project!! Check out their announcement video https://www.facebook.com/GBR48/videos/465708587442133/
September 2020 sees the launch of our new slalom fin. We have tweaked the design improving speed and stability.
My foilworx fins have really performed this year! They have led me through back-to-back wins and my first senior world title at the 2018 IFCA Word Championships as well as being used in my first PWA race win in Korea, and all other PWA events, leading to my PWA Youth Word Champion title. These fins have amazing acceleration which helps to get up to full speed straight out of the gybes and is great for gusty conditions. The fins really stand out in choppy and wavy conditions, where they hold their speed and accelrate every wave.
The powerful Foilworx fins help me to have a good acceleration in speed. Absolutely no spin outs and a lot of grip to give enough pressure on the board and fin. I am using sizes 30, 32, 34, 36 and 37. All delivering a controlled ride in high and light wind