These FCS fins are Kelly Slater’s signature series fins they offer a stiff flex design to give you a stiffer fin set up. The FCS K-3 PC fins are designed to ride more open faced waves to perform powerful bottom turns into long arc turns off the top of open faced waves. If if you’re wave riding conditions are that of clean faced waves with slopeing angles then the K-3 PC fins are a good choice for your board, but if your conditions are more of the slop shop pitchy waves then there are better options like the.
The FCS H-3 Nexus fins are a unique and advance twist on the H-3 fin series. These fins are designed with a tri coil technology that allows for more flexible pattern smooths transitions coming through turns. The Nexus fins are made with a uni-directional Kevlar with bi-axle carbon that results in a flex pattern that can be multi-directional, and with increased stiffness of the base takes away pressure that is usually put on the fin tabs.
The FCS MF-1 Mick Fanning Fins Review we got back were more aimed toward power surfers. So do you have the power to handle the FCS MF-1 Mick Fanning Fins Review.
FCS VS Knubster Review we did was eye opening and we tell what we found out, hint you may be shocked.
The FCS JW-1 Julian Wilson Fins are here and they are on fire. If you’ve been wanting a great FCS fin set up that works in many conditionsthen your about to be stoked. The JW-1 fins are Julian Wilsons hot off the press signature fin set up.
The DHD2 Fins are available in PC (performance core) and green flex technology. The green flex technology is pure recycled material to help the environment and save on waste products. The FCS green flex fins are pretty strong and have flex properties similar to FCS’s glass flex fins.
The Gam2 FCS fins are the same proven Al Merrick template for driving and maneuverability the only difference being that the foil is changed, and the template is a little smaller than the GAM FINS.
The Kelly Slater fin K-2.1 FCS FINS were made to be faster and turn better off the lip then the first K. — fins. These fins have different templates such as flexibility and foil. The K-2.1 side fins are larger with a more up right positioning so they will have better flex coming out of turns. The center Fin of the K2′s is smaller and stiffer this helps with board control.