FINS

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  • Futures - John John - Techflex- Medium

    $100.00

    The John John Florence Techflex signature fin was designed by John to be a larger compliment to the F4 template. The lightweight Techflex material and responsive flex pattern proves to be the ideal choice for one of the most progressive, high performance surfers in the world. This balanced fin hosts a medium base that carries through to a medium tip and is John John’s weapon of choice in all conditions.

  • Futures Fins - V2 Roberts - Vector 2 - Honeycomb

    $78.90

    Futures Vector 2 Roberts fins in white/cyan. PureGlass builds boards for Roberts.

  • FCS II Mick Fanning PC Tri Set

    $120.00

    FIN MATERIAL PERFORMANCE CORE MORE INFO FIN SIZE MEDIUM -Blue (65 - 80Kg / 145 - 175 Lbs) LARGE -Black (75 - 90Kg / 165 - 200 Lbs) MORE INFO FIN SPECS MEDIUM (Blue): Base: 4.35" / 110mm Depth: 4.50"/ 114mm Area: 14.62"² / 9434mm² Sweep: 36.0° Foil: Flat LARGE (Black): Base: 4.49″ / 114.0mm Depth: 4.67″ / 119mm Area: 15.70″² / 10131mm² Sweep: 36.0° Foil: Flat MORE INFO

  • Futures Fins -Weed

    $109.95

    The SUP WEED fin has become the Pro Open Water paddler’s fin of choice. It was designed to fly through any type of water conditions without any possibilities of drag from sea weed or hang ups of any kind

  • Futures Fins - WCT - Techflex

    $88.90

    Futures WCT fin. A unique upright template making the fin very fast and pivoty. Designed for tight vertical snaps and critical surfing. For progressive and high performance surfing.

  • FCS II Fins - Reactor GF Tri Set copy

    $49.90

    OVERVIEW • Fast reacting fin for performing tight radius turns. • Upright template with flat foil on the side fins allows for acute directional changes. • Designed for surfers who like to stay tight in the pocket and perform aerial maneuvers. IDEAL CONDITIONS Suits hollow waves and punchy beach breaks. BOARD TYPES Recommended for performance shortboards with moderate-to-low rocker. *Please Note: this fin is designed to be used exclusively with the FCS II Fin System, and will not fit in the traditional FCS Dual Plug System. FIN SIZE MEDIUM (65Kg - 80 Kg) FIN SPECS: MEDIUM Base: 4.34" / 110mmDepth: 4.57" / 116mmArea: 14.96"² / 9650mm²Sweep: 31.9ºFoil: Flat

  • Futures Fins -Touring Triangle Cutaway - M

    $109.95

    Futures Touring fins have a swept back leading edge and highly efficient foils to increase glide and tracking without any possibility of hang ups from seaweed or debris. They are designed to maximize stability and strokes per side, even in a cross chop. Perfect for recreational exercise or racing in lakes, bays and the heaviest open ocean conditions.

  • Futures Fins - F4 Quad - Honeycomb

    $94.90

    Futures F4 fin in quad setup in clear/black.

  • Futures Fins - FEA Quad - Fiberglass

    $98.90

    The EA Quad Control Series, designed by Hawaiian shaper Eric Arakawa, is a medium size Speed Control fin with a Ride Number of 3.0. Master Hawaiian shaper Erica Arakawa created this set to provide hold and maximum speed in fast, heavy, barreling waves. The solid fiberglass construction features a single layer of uni-directional carbon fiber for weight reduction and response, making the EA Quad setup a go-to set for chargers like Reef Mcintosh during serious Backdoor days.

  • FCS II KA PC Tri Set - Performance Core

    $120.00

    Kolohe Andino's signature fin. Delivers a lively mix of drive, pivot and release

  • FCS Fins - PC-3 - Performance Core

    $78.90

    The FCS PC-3 Performance Core fin in Red/Clear.

  • Futures Fins - EA - Techflex

    $88.90

    Eric Arakawa's fin template, the Futures EA fin. Time to drive into overtime. With a full base and a narrower tip, this fin throws buckets. It is a very popular balanced template that performs in a variety of conditions. It allows you to stay on rail and makes it easy to generate your own speed. Ry Craike's fin of choice for sloppy days and West Oz Slabs.

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