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The ocean is a shark’s home. It’s their domain. We know the risks. Yet, when there’s an attack, we seek revenge. If you believe sharks should be protected, our fins give you a voice – they signal to the world that if you’re attacked, you don’t want the shark killed.
Designed by Torquay locals, Glide Fins – our custom fibreglass fins are more than just a powerful statement. They’re made to perform.SEE FIN DIMENSIONS SEE FEATURES
Based on Glide’s all-round HDM, the fins are designed with a medium rake for drive, power and controlled flex. Perfect for fun beachys to pumping points.
The fin’s structure is hand laminated in solid fibreglass for strength, durability and responsiveness.
The fins act as your voice in the event of an attack.
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Profits from FIN FOR A FIN go towards protecting both sharks and surfers, by funding shark alert network, Dorsal, and shark education charity, Tag For Life.
A free, community based shark alert network that enables beachgoers and authorities to alert others to shark sightings. Profits will help Dorsal continue to update people on shark activity as quickly as possible.DOWNLOAD APP
A charity focussed on educating people on shark behaviour – based on research from tagging operations. Profits will help fund Tag For Life’s efforts across Australia.Learn more
When you purchase a set of fins you have the opportunity to register your wishes on our global database. Our goal is for this to become a shark attack reference point. So in the event of a tragedy, your fins will signal to authorities to search your name before any further decisions are made.
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