Awesome Future Fins
Aloha Welcome to the Future fin ride number page. All Future fins have a number associated to each fin, it's called a ride numbers.
The higher the number the more flex the fins have and it's designed to generate speed. Usually ridden in smaller weaker waves. Most of the high number fins have an inside foil with more flex at the tip.
The Lower numbered fins have a flat foil on the inside of the fin and usually are made out of stiffer materials so they don't flex as much as the high numbered fins. Usually the low numbered fins are for bigger surf or heavier riders.
One fin temple like a AM can have two different ride number. So don’t get confused. The inside foil and material determine the ride number.
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DESCRIBES THE FEELING OF A FIN
Speed Generating Series
On the Ride Number Chart, fins showing 7 to 10 are classified as Speed Generating
On the Ride Number Chart, fins showing 4-7 are classified as Balanced
On the Ride Number Chart, fins showing 1-4 are classified as Speed Controlling
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