Turbo Fin Upgrade Kit, MirageDrive

One of Hobie’s most popular and loved upgrades is adding Turbo fins, larger fins for your MirageDrive. We ship many of our kayaks with standard size fins that are a great options and are the easiest to use for new users. When you’re ready to go faster, or pedal slower and with a smoother cadence, the Turbo kit will likely be the best upgrade you’ll ever make to your kayak!

Some larger models of Hobie’s Kayaks do come standard with Turbo fins, these models are the Adventure Island, Tandem Island and all sizes of our Pro Anglers, we’ve also shipped some special edition and camo colored Outbacks with Turbo fins as standard equipment.

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