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    mixed bag of (mostly) fcs & futures fins for sale...

    too lazy/pressed for time to redo the whole post, so follow the linky:

    http://forum.surfermag.com/forum/sho...=0#Post2539314

    local pick up= $5 off the cost of all fins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by njsurfer42 View Post
    too lazy/pressed for time to redo the whole post, so follow the linky:

    http://forum.surfermag.com/forum/sho...=0#Post2539314

    local pick up= $5 off the cost of all fins.
    Sent you a PM

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    K 3's & MF-1's are sold...

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    updated w/ a few added sets on offer!

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    thanks for the attempted undermining, it's greatly appreciated!

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    Foam boards from Costco work too. And for only $98! Is that what you ride?

    Quote Originally Posted by hanna View Post
    why are fins so expensive?

    broke a fin recently, shopped around but ultimately declined to pay $60 - $90 for three pieces of plastic. i bought a set of these for $21.95 on Amazon, with free shipping:



    they seem to work just like any other fin i've ever used - go figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanna View Post
    you know, i do in fact have a 8' Wavestorm from Costco. but it really doesn't work anything like my regular board.

    these knock-off fins from Amazon, however, work exactly like my FCS fins. what was your point, exactly?
    that plastic fins suck. anyone who claims not to be able to tell the difference between a good, high quality fiberglass fin & a crappy stock plastic fin is questionable as a surfer, IMO.
    you pay more for quality. the industry has everyone convinced that stock plastic fins are acceptable b/c they're light, but there's a trade-off (ie: loss) in performance. plastic fins are too soft, they flex too much/easily & don't return that flex back to the board in the form of energy or drive like a fiberglass fin does.
    Last edited by njsurfer42; Jul 25, 2013 at 12:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanna View Post
    wow, after all these years, i'm questionable as a surfer. perhaps i should re-evaluate my existence all together?
    hey, don't get pissy w/ me b/c you came onto a thread i created to sell my old fins & started ****.

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    Wasn't a knock on you. Just a question.
    My point is there are different quality products that have cost associated with them... Some may say that it's silly to buy a Ferrari when I can get a Honda. They both get you from A to B. But there is definitely a difference in the quality of the ride.
    Same with fins. Really depends on what your looking to get and your style of surfing.

    Quote Originally Posted by hanna View Post
    you know, i do in fact have a 8' Wavestorm from Costco. but it really doesn't work anything like my regular board.

    these knock-off fins from Amazon, however, work exactly like my FCS fins. what was your point, exactly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanna View Post
    you know, i do in fact have a 8' Wavestorm from Costco.
    Were you surfing CB North a weekend or two ago? Solid blue Wavestorm?