Future Fins classic series is a complete line of classic fin designs, fused with the latest technology. Some of Future Fins top team riders swear by these fins and work with them constantly to dial-in their templates and foils. The F4 is a small size template that works best for groms or lightweight surfers.
The new F series from Futures contains the F2, F4, F6, and F8. These fins are balanced templates that are designed to work for all surfers in all conditions. The solid base directly transfers power, while the tip is still flexible and resilient allowing it to bend and load up. The White Composite (Thermotech) fins have a consistent flex that hold great on the bottom, and then release through turns. If you’re looking for that glass on look, with a higher performance feel than other composites, then you have to try the F series from Futures.
The Vector foil found at the base of the fin increases the lift force that accelerates you into the turn. This ease of turn initiation is achieved by using unique, scientifically based, high lift double-sided foils that Future Fins as developed and patented. Deriving concepts from the science of lift through aircraft wings, there is no flat inner side to the Vector 2 fins. Towards the tip of the fin there is a transition into a conventional foil fin tip to extend the turn and allow a fluid release. This Vector and conventional fin tip combination of the Future Fins Vector 2 (V2) provides tighter turns and allows the rider to finish a turn in a controlled manner.
- Size: Small
- Fins in set: 3
- Material: Natural Composite
- Height: 4.38 in, 11.10 cm
- Base: 4.22 in, 10.70 cm
- Area: 14.22 sq in, 91.74 sq cm
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