The good people at Futures Fins love to surf and it shows with a hardcore following of surfers who won't use any other fin system.
From it's humble roots starting out of a garage in California in 1996, the Longo brothers, backed by five decades of surfboard manufacturing experience, leveraged their engineering backgrounds to create a product they were passionate about - a better fin system. Pioneering innovations into the process and materials used in making surfboard fins, Futures Fins are leaders in the field.
Fast forward to today, Futures Fins is a world class surf hardware powerhouse, sold globally and found in the boards of the some of the most progressive and famed surfers on the planet. From John John Florence to Rob Machado, from Jordy Smith to Craig Anderson, from Michel Bourez to Dave Rastovich and the list goes on - Futures Fins have a versatile, widely varied stable of team riders to help them develop and refine the best fins available.
Importantly, Futures Fins is still a family run business based in Huntington Beach, CA and the employees who work there - designers, engineers, marketers and executives alike - are not only passionate surfers but are also dedicated to creating the best products and designs on the market.
Futures Fins care about making products that last. And they care about sustainable manufacturing as the first surfboard fin manufacturers to feature upcycled materials from Bureo's fishing net reclamation project.
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