Futures Fins began in a garage in California in 1996.

The Longo brothers had a reputation for tackling challenging aerospace parts and fabricating hydrogen fuel cells for research, but in 1996 they decided to combine their technical know-how with something they loved. Surfing. They have always considered building locally extremely important, and now this allows us at Futures to dream up a fin, design it, cut it and surf it, all in a matter of hours under one roof in Huntington Beach. With this ability, we constantly evolve our designs, creating new feelings and new experiences. Sharing these new innovations with other surfers is what fuels our devotion to progression.


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Fine Tune Your Ride!


Each Construction that exists in the Futures lineup exists for a reason. When it comes to surfing, conditions are always changing. These changes often dictate the type of equipment you should be using. The same way you change your board to suit conditions, you should change your fins. Just check the Ride Number scale below and you'll see how each Construction we offer can benefit your experience. When the waves are pumping, start at the right side of the scale or lower Ride Numbers for a solid, engaged, and predictable feel. When you're pumping, start at the left or higher Ride Numbers for a springy, fluid, and responsive feel. For everything in between, look to the middle for a Balanced Construction with an all-around feel. Find your range and fine tune your ride!