"Cutting Through" is Futures' new episodic series where we take you on a deep dive into the prototyping process used in creating fins for the world's best surfers and shapers. All done at our headquarters located in Huntington Beach, there's more to it than just the template, and getting it right rarely happens on the first try. The devil is in the details when it comes to the complete fin...
We got together with Channel Islands shaper/owner Britt Merrick and had him breakdown the twin fin family.
Griffin Colapinto breaks down his board and fin quiver used to win his first CT event at the 2022 Meo Pro Portugal with Mayhem shaper Matt Biolis and Futures Fins owner Vince Longo. Why did he pair certain fins with certain board models? Watch and find out.
Psyched to have another amazing surfer join the Futures team. Welcome to the team Jack Robinson!
"How can we go as fast as possible in small waves?" @John John Florence and Vince Longo, founder of Futures Fins, pull some old fin and foil designs from the early 2000's back into the mix as John looks to test new equipment in small to medium sized surf. Follow the process that changed John's thinking for daily drivers.
Autumn 2021 delivered a 6 week run of amazing waves for the Durban beachfront and Twiggy was there to surf every session.
Brothers Josh & Jacob Burke score one of the most epic swells ever recorded in Barbados surf history When Hurricane Paulette & Hurricane Teddy passed just North of the island creating waves from September 14th - 24th 2020, exactly 10 years to the date of the Hurricane Igor swell of September 2010. Videographers: Mark Harris, Antonio “Bell” Holder, Niall Thomas & Alan Burke. Edited & produced by Niall Thomas ...
The best tugboat worker and surfer you'll know. Jay Davies is an absolute beast with this monster edit.