MAKO 28

Winner of the “The ISA World Championships Technical Race 2016”

World Champion Casper Steinfath’s fin of choice

Mako 28, the team demanded even more responsivenesse, tighter turns, more agility, more surfing, and as a result we put the Mako 28 into production, and we were very quickly rewarded with a World Championship. The outline has been optimized for maximum agility, and low drag.

This is the fin chosen by Casper Steinfath, James Casey, Matt Nottage and Kenny Kaneko.

The light weight,shorth length, narrow width, and optimized foil design and thickness ratio allows you to surf your raceboard like never before, spin on a dime, accelerate quickly, and get you on more bumps and stay on them longer.

The fin with maximum agility, cutting the tightest turns, and letting you place your board exactly where you want it.

As with all of our fins, this design is efficient at shedding weed, so you confidently know that nothing is holding you back.

Fits all 8 inch finboxes

$236.00Add to cart

SPECIFICATIONS
StyleMaximum Manoeuvrability
Intended ConditionsBuilt for tight buoy turns
Surf / Open waters
Competition TypeTechnical Racing / BOP
Downwind Racing
Surface Area (in2)28
Weight (g)140
Draft / Length (mm)190
Base Width (mm)150
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What is the Velocity Made Good Concept?
Simply put, VMG is the most efficient use of effort
towards a goal.

Why VMG Blades Mako fins?
High quality carbon construction
Ultra light – so light they float
Prolonged glide – optimised foil decreases drag
Innovative leading edge R&D
VMG gets you across the finish line faster

How to choose my fin?
What do you want most out of a fin – Speed, Stability or Agility?
Which conditions or events will you predominantly use the fin?
How much stability do you need?

Beau O’Brian – 3rd Battle of Paddle Distance
3rd Lost Mills 200m Sprints
“I never believed that a fin would make such a difference, but when I put the Mako in my board, it just released all the drag. No drag means the fin is doing its job. It’s more stable, it just glides, the VMG Mako keeps it going.” Beau O’Brian