FUTURES FINS

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  • Futures Fins -JM BOP

    $98.00

    JM B.O.P "The thing I tried to perfect with the JM BOP fin was versatility... When racing in and out of the surf zone and turning Buoy's etc., you need a lot of things out of your fin... 1. You need a fin that will keep your board stable. 2. To maximize the amount of strokes you can do each side without changing too often. I feel really confident having this fin in my board" -Jamie Mitchell FIN SPECS TYPE: SURF / COURSE RACE DIMENSIONS: HEIGHT: 9.18" BASE: 6.07" AREA: 40.0" Enhance your drive, speed and maneuverability in surf with these fins. Endorsed by one of the top sup surfing athletes of today

  • Futures Fins -EA CONTROL SERIES

    $83.90

    The EA was designed by Eric Arakawa as a well balanced template with a medium tip, making the EA one of our most popular fins for medium sized surfers. The Control Series construction of fiberglass and uni-carbon is stiff and durable, making them ideal for controlling speed in heavy conditions. These fins fit into the 1 - 3 Ride Number range as the most Speed Controlling options in our line.

  • Futures Fins - Triangle 9"

    $28.50

    This Futures fins Triangle SUP center fin is an ideal entry level fin for surf and open water use. The long base helps prevent board drift when paddling, and gives drive when surfing waves, the upright shape and smaller tip allows for easier turns. Includes Slider Plate & Screw Set. Fits all standard SUP/Longboard fin slots.

  • Futures Fins - Machado Twin+1

    $100.00

    The Machado signature twin fin is the first of its kind in Blackstix construction. Designed with Rob Machado for the Midas surfboard model, the template features an upright twin fin pair, with a smaller trailing fin for added stability. Featuring Futures’ V2 foil, the fin generates speed easily, offering smooth rail to rail transitions. The combination of carbon and bamboo materials create a very lively feel, ideal for high performance surfing. This set performs great in waves ranging from 2’-8’, in everything from soft beach breaks to fast point breaks.

  • Futures -F4 - Alpha

    $59.95

    f4 alpha The F4 Alpha is a performance fin made in the USA. They are designed for small sized riders, and made with an exclusive composite that is carbon and air infused and lighter than Honeycomb. They fall into the Balanced category on the Ride Number scale making them a great all around choice, because they provide enough spring to make it around sections while still maintaining some predictability and hold. dimensions size: Small (105lb - 155lb)

  • Futures Fins - JJF - John John (M) Techflex

    $95.90

    The John John (M) Techflex signature fin is a medium sized Speed Control fin with a Ride Number of 4.0. It was designed by JJF to be a larger, more drivey version of the F4 template, with additional base and rake. The Techflex construction and flat foil give this fin a stable feel, making it ideal for controlling speed in more powerful waves. For John John, this is his weapon of choice in all conditions.

  • 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 - V2 AM1 - Vector 2 - Black Stix 3.0

    $109.00

    Super fast fin! You need the speed!

  • Futures Fins - Jordy Smith -Large-Honeycomb

    $88.90

    The Futures Jordy Smith Honeycomb fin in smoke.

  • Futures Fins - AMT - "The Robber" - Al Merrick Twin Fins - Honeycomb

    $74.90

    The Futures AMT "The Robber" Al Merrick Twin Fins in Smoke Honeycomb. Trailing fin included! This Al Merrick Twin fin is used in Rob Machado's Signature Twin model.

  • Futures Fins - RM - Rob Machado - Vector 2 - Carbon/Bamboo

    $105.00

    The Machado signature fin, designed by California style-master Rob Machado, is a medium size Speed Generating fin with a Ride Number of 9.8. This reissued set is now made in Futures’ proprietary Blackstix construction, but still with an additional layer of bamboo that’s become synonymous with the Machado thruster. The combination of carbon and bamboo materials and the V2 foil create a very lively feel, ideal for high performance in the pocket surfing

  • Futures Fins - V2 Rusty 1 - Vector 2 - Black Stix 3.0

    $109.00

    Rusty's fin template, the Futures Vector 2 V2FR1 (454) fin set. A Rusty Futures Collaboration for bigger surfers. The removal of the hex from the tip translates to more tip articulation meaning that these fins have a tight turning radius, and they can load up and store energy for an explosive release.

  • Futures Fins - Ando - Black Stix 3.0

    $96.90

    Ando Blackstix 3.0 When Futures was challenged with the task of making Craig Anderson a signature fin, we knew the Speed Generating characteristics (springy, fluid & responsive) of our Blackstix line would suit his effortless style perfectly! Carbon fiber in all the right places combined with our V2 foil allow Ando to keep speed while setting up big maneuvers down the line, even when the waves are lacking power. dimensions size: Large (180lb+) (80kg+) side fins: height: 4.56" base: 4.54" area: 15.50" foil: v2 center: height: 4.56" base: 4.54" area: 15.50" foil: symmetrical

  • Futures Fins - Jordy Smith - Medium - Honeycomb

    $88.90

    The Futures Jordy Smith Honeycomb fin in Red/Black Nova

  • Futures Fins - AM1 - Honeycomb

    $81.95

    The AM1 Honeycomb, designed by All Merrick of Channel Islands Surfboards is a medium size Balanced fin with a Ride Number of 6.1. Featuring the neutral flex pattern this fin's wider base provides increased drive off of the bottom ideal for high performance surfing. A refined tip allows for easy release off of the top and additional rake provide more hold on rail, resulting in an ideal set for point breaks or open faced waves. The center fin is smaller for increased maneuverability.

  • Futures Fins - V2F4 - Vector 2 - Black Stix 3.0

    $98.60

    Blackstix have a flexible Carbon Fiber tip that loads up and releases energy for generating speed when you need it. These are the lightest fins in the Futures line.

  • Futures Fins - Josh Mulcoy - 5-Fin - Honeycomb

    $128.90

    The Mulcoy 5-fin was designed by William Riedel of Stretch Surfboards for waterman Josh Mulcoy to control speed whether he’s using them in his kite board or surfing point breaks. This five-fin is a variation of the Stretch Quad with a smaller quad rear and a thruster center fin to provide maximum stability, drive and release in either set up. dimensions size: Medium (145lbs - 195lbs) (65kg - 88kg) front/center: height: 4.55" base: 4.24" area: 14.57" Rear fins: height: 3.79" base: 3.80" area: 11.08

  • Futures Fins - Haydenshapes -HS1 - Honeycomb Vector Net

    $98.90

    The next level in speed generating fins is here with the all new Generation Series. These fins will provide all the speed you need while maintaining an element of control. Sitting one notch below the Blackstix on our Ride Number scale, all Generation Series fins hold Ride Numbers between 9 to 7, for those of you looking for a bit more stability & drive than Blackstix

  • Futures - Future ILT Colored Box Set for Thruster.

    from $20.25

    Introducing the new colored boxes from Futures with Interwoven Laminate Technology (ILT). The lightest, strongest fin system in the world now bonds even better to the skin of your board. The cutouts in the ILT Box create a stronger bond without increasing weight, because resin is interwoven between the flange of the box and the fiberglass of the board. The interwoven resin forms pillars that lock the fiberglass to the flange with a solid physical connection. The colored ILT boxes are all made in Huntington Beach, CA. Mix and match for some wild colorful additions to your board.

  • Futures Fins - Akila - Twin Fins - Fiberglass

    $76.90

    The Akila Twin fin redefines the classic theory of the twin-fin design and shapes it into a more high-performance model. The Akila twin's fiberglass material combined with a wide base and extra tall height gives this fin maximum drive, while the thinner tip offers release and spring off the top.

  • Futures Fins - PS -Pancho Control

    $90.95

    PANCHO CONTROL SERIES The Pancho was designed for North Shore powerhouse, Pancho Sullivan. This fin offers a balanced template with a thick tip to hold Pancho’s signature rail gouges. The Control Series construction of fiberglass and uni-carbon is stiff and durable, making them ideal for controlling speed in heavy conditions. These fins fit into the 1 to 3 Ride Number range as the most Speed Controlling options in our line.

  • Futures Fins - AM1 - Control Series

    $86.95

    The AM1 was designed by iconic shaper, Al Merrick. This template offers a wider base for drive off of the bottom and a refined tip for release off the top, while the additional rake provides hold through carves. The Control Series construction of fiberglass and uni-carbon is stiff and durable, making them ideal for controlling speed in heavy conditions. These fins fit into the 1 - 3 Ride Number range as the most Speed Controlling options in our line

  • Futures Fins - Lost - Honeycomb

    $93.90

    The Lost Medium, designed by ...Lost surfboard innovator Matt Biolos, is a medium Speed Generating fin with a Ride Number of 7.3. Developed as a high performance model for light-weight surfers, this fin has an upright template paired with a refined tip to provide an extremely responsive feel. The latest in speed generating fins, the Gen Series features a V2 foil for fluidity and a unique blend of uni-directional carbon and fiberglass for a more stable flex pattern.

  • 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.

  • Futures Fins - V2 Roberts - Vector 2 - Honeycomb

    $95.90

    The Roberts (L) Generation Series, designed by Robert Weiner of Roberts Surfboards, is a large Speed Generating fin with a Ride Number of 7.9. The latest in speed generating fins, the Gen Series features a V2 foil for fluidity and a unique blend of uni-directional carbon and fiberglass for a more stable flex pattern. The Roberts (L) template has a smaller center fin for increased manuverability

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  • Futures Fins - V2FEA - Vector 2 - Black Stix 3.0

    $98.90

    Futures Vector 2 V2FEA (450) fin. One of the most popular fins. A balanced, all around template that performs in a variety of conditions. The medium base and tip help you generate your own speed and stay on rail. Perfect for lighter riders and loose for heavier riders.

  • Futures Fins - Pyzel Control Series

    $86.90

    The Pyzel was designed by North Shore shaper, Jon Pyzel, with the powerful waters of Hawaii in mind. The Control Series construction of fiberglass and uni-carbon is stiff and durable, making them ideal for controlling speed in heavy conditions. These fins fit into the 1 - 3 Ride Number range as the most Speed Controlling options in our line.

  • Futures Fins - AM2 - Al Merrick - 5-Fin - Techflex

    $138.00

    Futures AM2 Al Merrick in 5-fin setup in fluro orange techflex.

  • Futures Fins - Triangle Cutaway - S

    $109.95

    As our team’s favorite all-around fin, the unique design of the Triangle Cutaway places more surface area deeper in the water, providing stability in all conditions. The cutaway template is designed to reduce drag, improving efficiency and number of strokes per side. As you develop more paddling technique your need for area to keep you tracking straight decreases.

  • Futures Fins - AM2 - Techflex

    $88.90

    Futures AM2 fin. The AM2 is a larger rider template by Al Merrick. It is a popular for the light footed large surfer. The large base with medium tip helps with powerful bottom turns and releasing the fins off the top. This fin means power. Try this laid back template in wrapping point breaks.

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