Sometimes selecting the right surfboard fins can be a bit headache, that's why we have put our combined knowledge of over 80 years of surfing experince together to build our fin selector. So you can find the right fins for you with just a few clicks
Techflex is stiff like Fiberglass but lighter and more responsive than Honeycomb. The ultimate in flat foiled fins, great for powerful surfers or powerful surf.
Honeycomb A lightweight hexagonal core gives these fins the feel of glass-ons. Engineered with a medium flex pattern, stiffer than Blackstix but more flexible than Fiberglass & Techflex.
Fiberglass is stiff and tough for heavy conditions or surfers that appreciate very stiff fins.
Blackstix 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.
FCS Fin Construction
Ultra-Light Epoxy (UL) was developed by FCS to create the lightest possible fin with superior flex properties while ensuring strength and foil accuracy. By minimising weight without sacrificing response of flex and strength, Ultra-Light Epoxy is our lead construction process delivering the ultimate in performance.
Performance Core (PC) material and construction is designed to deliver the feeling of a traditional fibreglass fin with the added performance of reduced weight. The RTM (Resin Transfer Moulding) process produces a lightweight fin with remarkable flex, a smooth feel and an impressive aesthetic.
Performance Glass (PG) material characteristics and flex pattern are identical to traditional fibreglass fins offering a stiff base with subtle responsive tip flex, amazing aesthetics and proven durability. PG fins are the perfect transition fin for surfers moving from fixed fins to the convenience, accuracy and performance of FCS.
Glass Flex (GF) has been formulated to replicate the flex and memory properties of hand layed fibreglass. Its advantages over other composite fin materials include stiffness, a more positive flex pattern (nice tip flex, little base flex) and remarkable flex memory. The precision of the injection moulding process ensures the highest accuracy in geometry in each fin produced.
Loose - Looser fins have less area and are great for fin free maneuvers.
Hold - Fins with more hold have larger areas and are better for power carves and solid bottom turns.
Drive - Drive provides forward acceleration and helps maintain speed through turns. The amount of drive produced by a fin is directly influenced by the base length, material and the total surface area.
Changing your fins can really make a difference in the way your board feels under your feet. Having several sets of fins will give you the freedom to mix and match depending on conditions, boards, types of waves and styles of surfing. It also enables you to chop and change your fin set up on one board, from twin fin to thruster to a quad.
We stock a wide range of Future Fins and FCS Fins. Whether you like to surf a thruster, quad, twin fin, twin + stabilzer or even a 5 fin set up, we have the FUTURES and FCS Fins you need at Lunasurf. You can narrow down the search for your Surfboard Fins by using our sub menus to help you find the EXACT set of Future Fins or FCS Fins that you need! You can select by brand then weight. If you need help selecting a set of fins please read the Surfboard fins guides where all aspects of fin dynamics are explained. Or click a link below to watch informative videos by FUTURES Fins and FCS Fins for more on their surfboard fin technology, templates, materials and fin box systems.