Futures has been around since 1996 and has grown to become one of the most popular fin systems in the world. Innovating on all fronts with things like colored fin boxes, the elevon quad fins, and their new fin tree coming to a Cleanline Surf near you, as soon as we get it(Stay tuned for news on that). Check out the tour of the Futures Fins headquarters by the owner of the company himself in the video below. Looks like a rad place to work. Makes sense that the product coming out of there facility in Huntington Beach, CA is constantly innovating and pushing the envelope of what’s possible with fin technology.
New from Futures, the Elevon Quad is a revolutionary surf fin made from space age materials that has a price tag to match. Is it all a gimmick? We don’t think so. Over seven years in the making, they’ve got to have come up with something! Watch the video below and decide for yourself.
ěl’ə-vŏn’ – The Elevon has a surface combining lift and control. It took seven years of R&D to come up with the unique 3D surface contours that create an unbelievable amount of lift and drive. Use them on your quad to effortlessly carry you through flat sections and find speed to go vertical where you didn’t know it was possible. A balanced medium sized template designed to perform in a variety of conditions.
Here at Cleanline Surf we have ramped up our selection of True Ames Fins in the last month. Currently we are stocking mostly longboard fins, but we are planning on getting in a larger selection of fins, including Thrusters, and Quads, in the future so check back soon, and don’t forget we are always able to special order fins if you don’t see what you want on our website.
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About True Ames
Since 1979, Chuck Ames and the True Ames Fins team have been developing the finest fiberglass fins available. Known throughout the international surfing community for innovative designs and a prowess for experimentation, we continue to fulfill our mission to help surfers and windsurfers maximize and manipulate the performance of their vehicles of choice. This mission began in the turbulent surf industry of the 1980′s, as True Ames forged lasting relationships with notable surfers and shapers of the Santa Barbara area and beyond. We worked closely with local comrade Al Merrick and Channel Islands Surfboards, producing the templates and foils that helped navigate young Tommy Curren toward the first American World Title in many years. We began to make fins for Reynolds Yater, one of the most prolific and renowned figures in surfboard making. We worked with cult icons the Cambell Brothers in developing fin designs for Bonzer surfboards.