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  • Futures Fins - CTG - Techflex


    Future Fins CTG Tech Flex The Future Fins CTG is a BRAND NEW Fin for Futures going into 2014. Groms a better flex pattern is FINALLY here! That's right! The CTG is an upright pivoting fin for groms, small riders and light weight surfers. OR use these fins in SMALL surf or to loosen up a stiff board! Either way, throw that tail! Try the CTG in Tech Flex if it's a bit punch and you're looking for extra speed. Future Fins CTG Fin Size: Height 4.25 in. 10.80 cm. Base 4.06 in. 10.31 cm. Area 13.00 in.² 83.87 cm.² The Future Fins CTG available: in Green Tech Flex.

  • Futures Fins - AM2 - Techflex


    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.

  • Futures -F4 - Alpha


    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 - Hayden - Quad Rears


    The Haydenshapes quad rear pair is a fin designed to give the speed of a quad fin, whilst maintaining turn in the pocket. The fin has a scimitar twist with 3 deg of splay in the base and 6 deg in the tip, which is designed to give drive down the line from the base and release and speed through turns from the tip. The fin design suits a centrally placed quad setup which has the speed of a quad and turn of a tri fin setup

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


    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.