The Zak Noyle signature DaFin line includes 2 eye popping speciality designs.
The Piliko'a model, which in Hawaiian translates to clinging coral, and pays homage to the hawk fish. A fish which perches upon the coral reef, patiently waiting for the the next set of waves to bring an opportunity to feed.
The coral and green color scheme was specifically chosen by Zak. The coral in representation of the magnificent coral reefs, while the green to captures his favorite time of day to shoot at Pipeline…Golden Hour. The green an exact match to one of Zak Noyle’s photographs.
The Kaha‘uli model is Blue and Navy, ”Kaha" literally means to glide. The Kauha’uli design pays respect to the power and beauty of waves. A design driven style inspired by a particular species of ahi (tuna) with long pectoral fins and dark stripes.
Whether you decide on the Piliko’a or the Kaha’ul DaFin, consider yourself unique.
No two pairs will ever be exactly the same, as the patterns are laid out at random.
Best of all not only do you get a sick fin design you help support ocean safety and education.
“A good pair of fins can save a life. The North Shore is very important to me & my career in photography, I am beyond stoked to help the next generation of waterman keep the surf community safe.” #ZakNoyle
These fins are a must have addition to your Fin Quiver.
Limited quantities of the Zak's surf fins are available at local surf shops in both California and Hawaii, and currently online.