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Is it better to have a board with attached fins or ones that I can remove?

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That depends on two factors. You have to determine if you want a different type of board for each different type of wave so that you can cater the board to the wave. Also, if you are travelling a lot to different surf destinations, I suggest getter a board with removable fins because it is less likely to get damages under the plane and you can store the extra fins in your luggage.

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