Futures 5 Fin Honeycomb Josh Mulcoy
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Futures 5 Fin Honeycomb Josh Mulcoy

  • $138.00
josh mulcoy 5-fin
The Mulcoy 5-fin was designed by William Riedel of Stretch Surfboards for waterman Josh Mulcoy to control speed whether he’s using them in his kite board or surfing point breaks. This five-fin is a variation of the Stretch Quad with a smaller quad rear and a thruster center fin to provide maximum stability, drive and release in either set up.
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Medium (145lbs - 195lbs) (65kg - 88kg)
height: 4.55"
base: 4.24"
area: 14.57"
Rear fins
height: 3.79"
base: 3.80"
area: 11.08"


A lightweight hexagonal core gives these fins the feel of glass-ons. Engineered with a medium flex pattern, these are stiffer than Blackstix but more flexible than Fiberglass.
Do you want to feel more secure on the face of a wave? Choose fins close to 1. They're often a favorite among powerful surfers or in powerful waves where controlling speed is important. You’ll feel a solid engagement to the water for a more stable and predictable ride. For a more fluid, springy and responsive feel choose fins close to 10. They’re usually a favorite among light footed surfers or in small waves. They’re great at helping create speed when the waves are weak. Fins in the middle of the scale close to 5 will feel neutral in your board. They’re not made to control or create speed or to add any premium feelings to your board - they let your boards original character shine.
It's simple, just determine your size range and then determine what feeling you desire to find your next Ride Number. To explore further, click play on the video to the right.
Flat foiled fins break free sooner, and are better at controlling speed. Often surfers prefer them in fast powerful surf where they do not need to create additional speed. If you have muscle memory from riding glass-ons, flat foiled fins will feel the closest.
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