What the Infinity Surfboards site says about the Cluster:
‘The name comes for the way the fins are “clustered” at the tail. The biggest fins are the 5.5” outside fins and the smallest fin is the 4” center fin. This is the opposite of the average long board, but the concept has proven a favorite for thousands of surfers for fast, powerful turns.
The big outside fins create the drive and projection when you turn and the small center fin is just a stabilizer that removes that “squirrelly” feel that twin fins have. The Cluster model excels in carving and turning.
We make it with a little more “kick” in the nose for more aggressive, vertical surfing, however, it is also a favorite for beginners because it is easier to turn and easier to ride.’
What people are saying about it:
“Three fin design featuring V bottom and the biggest finds on the rail and with clustered fins.” – surfboardshack.com
“I doubt you’ll ever ride a more responsive longboard. Best all around board ever. Plus it’s like 9 years old and it’d be trash if it was glass.” – user eastcoaster on Surf Science
“I owned a cluster and sold it. For a longboard, I had a real problem getting into the waves because of the design. If you made the constant late take off, the board was real responsive, once up a going. I found it a problem getting into the wave early… found myself struggling to get into the wave… might just be me though.” – user liplocked on Surfer Mag
“Surfs like a shortboard. Paddles fast, catches any wave, good for late takeoffs. Seems to work better with normal fin setup instead of the big sidebiters.” – user Kawika on Surf Science
“With the Surftech Infinity Cluster Surfboard tucked safely beneath your arm, you watch the sets roll in and wait for an opening to paddle out. You can hardly contain yourself as you paddle out through the white water. Suddenly, a shoulder-high set rolls in and with ease you paddle into the wave, pop up, and drop in. Thanks to the Cluster’s V-bottom and tri-fin set-up, you’re able to easily steer the board, make a few sweet turns, and watch the dolphins surf along beside you.” – backcountry.com
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Do you own an Infinity Cluster? We’d love to hear your experience!