Futures Fins began in a garage in California in 1996, backed by industry leaders Futures fins have since evolved into one of the most successful and popular fin systems in surfing. Futures fins feature a single tab design that is secured in place with one grub screw at the base. Futures fins are strong, reliable and easy to remove and come in a wide range of constructions and templates.
Futures Fins are categorized by their ride number, basically the higher the ride number the faster the fin (speed generation) whereas a lower ride number offers more precise control (speed control).
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