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  1. #11
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    3 days after i joined, already received my first set of fins i picked out! am-2 tech flexs. 130 dollar fins on my board for $0.99. Good lookin forecast for me to try them out too. man, thank god its fall!
    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by 757surfer View Post
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    3 days after i joined, already received my first set of fins i picked out! am-2 tech flexs. 130 dollar fins on my board for $0.99. Good lookin forecast for me to try them out too. man, thank god its fall!
    Andy
    Hows that board ride??? Thats some serious angle on those fins.

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    I haven't rode them yet. i was out of town all yesterday. gonna be surfing all week starting tomorrow so i will let you know when i get a chance. Stoked!
    Last edited by 757surfer; Oct 14, 2012 at 01:56 PM.

  4. #14
    Not trying to be uber-negative here because the idea is cool, but if you primarily ride single fins or longboards the selection isn't very impressive at all. None of the classic stuff, no Greenough fins, no flex fins that are big enough to ride as a single. They also don't let you browse the fin selection without paying the 99 cents, which obviously isn't a huge deal, but is sort of annoying. A free buck for them. Sounds like the selection made some of y'all happy, though, so to each his own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wave1rider65 View Post
    Hows that board ride??? Thats some serious angle on those fins.
    I just surfed them today in small 1-3ft clean surf. so much better than my damn stock fins! flex is awesome and it made my board so much more responsive. these fins are larger and have more rake to them but it they are sweet!
    cant wait to take them in the bigger stuff later this week

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by kielsun View Post
    Not trying to be uber-negative here because the idea is cool, but if you primarily ride single fins or longboards the selection isn't very impressive at all. None of the classic stuff, no Greenough fins, no flex fins that are big enough to ride as a single. They also don't let you browse the fin selection without paying the 99 cents, which obviously isn't a huge deal, but is sort of annoying. A free buck for them. Sounds like the selection made some of y'all happy, though, so to each his own.
    Strange... Because it seems to me that ALL FCS's and Futures Longboard fins are offered? Not sure how you can have a better selection than all the fins FCS, Futures and Kinetik make. Just going off what their site says.
    Last edited by UnseenX; Oct 17, 2012 at 10:52 PM.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by zaGaffer View Post
    I signed up. The selection they offer on the Finatic program is not the same as what they are sellign via the website, it's much more limited.
    "Browse through the listing of virtually every set of surfboard fins that FCS, Future Fins and Kinetik Racing Fins have to offer. (Twin, Thruster, Quad, Longboard, SUP and Tow-in)" Strait from the site, doesn't sound like it's very limited.

  8. #18
    try those fins here in the carribean where the power is in bocas del toro, panama
    reef breaks beach breaks all at www.hoteltierraverde.com locally owned locally driven

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by zaGaffer View Post
    Personally, I don't ask the dude who's dripping wet and carrying a board under-arm how the surf is, then tell them that they're wrong because the forecasting site said otherwise, but hey to each their own.
    This.

    Also, UnseenX, if you don't ride single fins or longboards, I can see how the selection would seem solid, but in reality they're missing all the essential fins that a single fin head would covet. I gave the company this feedback directly, too. Not trying to hate on their program here and it still seems like a great deal if you ride other equipment.

  10. #20
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    signed up ordered a set of the FCS PC-CRV Curved Fins can't wait to test them out