FinJak fin-mounting plate review

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No more missing screw and plate for fin mounting! No tools needed with FinJack. Screw and plate are so 10years ago!

“Made of hi-strength Acetal resin, the Finjak replaces the stock screw and sliding plate and eliminates the need for tools to install, remove, and adjust the position of the classic Bahne-style fin.

Bill Bahne introduced his Fins Unlimited box in 1971, and the Bahne-based removable/ adjustable fin system remains the standard for classic single-fin and 2+1 equipped surfboards and stand-up paddle boards.

The convenience of a fast, tool-free fin system allows easy stacking for transport (and less tear-through of board bags), but the greatest performance advantage of the tool-free Finjak is the ability to fine-tune your ride “Between sets—not Sessions!”

**The Finjak works on front-tab fins, but I designed it for rear tab fins. If you’re using it on a front tab fin and you hit something in the water, it could release, especially on longer fins. This can be a good thing, saving a broken fin or box, (or person). It’s a good practice to check your board whenever you hit something, but especially important when using a front-tab fin.”

Costs $12.95

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June the Machine
June Mizoguchi known as June the Machine is living up his paddling passion to the fullest these days. June was once Kentucky State Champion and National level mountain bike rider thru USA Cycling/NORBA. It was only 7years ago June discover the SUP and transition slowly to SUP racing in 2016. Joining the Paddle Monster in April of 2016 under Coach Larry Cain where he as not look back and nothing but keep growing his passion to the next level. June is also well known in his town (Elizabethtown, KY) as passionate paddler promoting healthy living where city uses his recognition to promote “Kentucky’s First Urban Trail Town”.

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