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Surfboard Fins

With so many different fin templates on the market diverse in shape, materials, and technology, it can be hard to decide what Surfboard Fins will suit you best. Surfing with the right size and type of fin template is essential to the way your board performs. Surfing cheap plastic fins is like driving a car with flat tires; you’re not going to get the most out of your surfboard. On each product page, we have outlined and rated the key features to consider when purchasing your new set of fins. These key features include Drive, Flex, Release, and Pivot which are directly affected by specs like Rake, Foil, Base, Depth and more. For more information visit our Boardcave Fin Guide or get in touch via live chat for a fin recommendation.

Be sure to view the range of FCS Fins, Futures Fins, True Ames and Captain Fin Co; these are three brands that have set the benchmark for high performance fins. FCS and Futures are also the creators of the most commonly used fin boxes.
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The Mark Richard's FCS II famous twin template gives you plenty of drive and speed. With a twin fin setup and a small stabilizer (centre fin) that adds a little more control and maintaining the maneuverability of a twin fin set up. This setup is great for all board types.

Please Note: this fin is designed to be used exclusively with the FCS II Fin System, and will not fit in the traditional FCS Dual Plug System. See more

The signature Jordy Smith Futures Fins are designed for medium sized surfers (145 - 195lbs) in a thruster template. This new fin template has been refined and tested with Jordy in all conditions. The honeycomb construction distributes the flex through the core of the fin. The extra rake that runs through to a thinner tip allows medium sized surfers to perform powerful smooth turns.

These fins offer release when needed with the ability to apply pressure to release the fins off the top. The Jordy Smith Medium Thruster template is perfect for high performance surfing with lots of speed and drive. See more

The V2 Rasta Quad Futures Fins are designed for Medium to Large surfers looking for a fin template with heaps of drive and speed. Designed in collaboration with Dave Rastovich the V2 Quad template uses environmentally friendly bamboo that offers lively flex and response through the base of the fins. The medium base and tip allows one to maintain speed through turns and on rail, perfect for those deep rail carves Rasta is known for. Combine the V2 Rasta Quads with one of Gary McNeill Concepts shapes for fast powerful surfing.
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Rasta Keel
Futures

$110.00

The Rasta Keel was designed by Dave Rastovich with a slight twist on the classic Keel-fin design. When Rasta is after down-the-line speed and drive, these are the twins he puts into retro fish models. With a wider base for improved drive and more height for a little extra hold, these fins pack a tonne of power. See more

The new signature Jordy Smith Futures Fins are designed for larger surfers (180lbs +) in a thruster template. This new fin template has been refined and tested with Jordy in all conditions. The honeycomb construction distributes the flex through the core of the fin. The extra rake that runs through to a thinner tip allows medium sized surfers to perform powerful smooth turns.

These fins offer release when needed with the ability to apply pressure to release the fins off the top. The Jordy Smith Large Thruster template is perfect for high performance surfing with lots of speed and drive. See more


$115.00

The AM2 Futures Fins with honeycomb construction are designed for larger surfers (175lbs +), perfect for smooth performance surfing from the consistent flex through the honeycomb core of the fins. These fins have a larger base and a medium tip allowing for powerful bottom turns and a smooth flex for releasing the fins when needed. Ride the AM2 Futures in honeycomb construction at your best point break and you will feel them come to life. See more


$150.00

These Rob Machado signature fins are designed with small wave surfing in mind.

When surfing with these fins, you will notice very fast response and a great combination of control and speed. See more

The FCS II Rob Machado PC Twin + Stabiliser Fins twin fin template offers tones of drive and speed. This twin fin setup has a larger than normal stabiliser (trailing centre fin) for added bite and control through turns. This template is great for all board types especially performance twin fin designs.

Please Note: this fin is designed to be used exclusively with the FCS II Fin System, and will not fit in the traditional FCS Dual Plug System. See more

The FCS II Rob Machado Keel PC Twin Fins are Rob's go to setup for his signature Firewire Go Fish. This upright keel fin template promotes quick pivotal turns. The Performance Core construction keeps your board feeling lively. This fin has a large surface area which allows you to push hard through turns without skipping out and really lay into bottom turns generating tones of drive and speed. This template works well in a range of hybrid and fish surfboard shapes.

Please Note: this fin is designed to be used exclusively with the FCS II Fin System, and will not fit in the traditional FCS Dual Plug System. See more


$105.00

The Rob Machado Keel is Rob’s preferred template for his Go Fish model. It has a retro template and works great for all sized riders. It specialises in long drawn out turns, and great speed down the line. The Honeycomb construction is wrapped in a black exterior graphic and cosmic inner graphic. See more

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