FCS II Accelerator Neo Glass Fins
FCS II Accelerator Neo Glass Fins
FCS II Accelerator Neo Glass Fins
FCS II Accelerator Neo Glass Fins


FCS II Accelerator Neo Glass Fins

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FCS II Accelerator Neo Glass Fins

Thruster / Small / Red

Natural Necessity Surf Shop

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115 Fern Street
Gerringong NSW 2534


 Thruster Small
 Designed for a balance of speed, flow & response with added control.
 Oversized, all-round template with a fuller tip.
 Board Types / Designed to fit the FCS II Fin System.
 Recommended for performance shortboards with moderate-to-low rocker.
 Fin Family / Accelerator: Find Control. Speed, flow and response with added control.
 Small (55Kg - 70Kg)

Neo Glass fins use long strand fiberglass and a marine grade polymer with precision moulding. Very affordable and considered a premium construction due to its high fiberglass continent and the active flex pattern, these fins a great for a wide range of surfers and surfing conditions. 

Founded in 1995, in a humble backyard on Sydney’s northern beaches, FCS was born out of the revolutionary idea of creating screwless surfboard fins. This simple concept went on to change the way we build and ride surfboards forever. Removable fins allowed surfers to customise the performance of their surfboard by having the ability to test different fin templates. FCS has set the standard for surf hardware products for over a decade! FCS aim to continue a creative and sustainable approach in everything they do. 1% of all sales are donated to the preservation of our oceans and to support awareness and activism around environmental issues. 50% of FCS Glass flex Fins are made from regrind material. FCS are also doing their part by using recycled packing for their fins. Using paper-based pulp trays (made from old newspapers) and a recycled PET plastic sleeve.