FCS II Reactor Neo Glass Fins

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FCS II Reactor Neo Glass Fins

Thruster / Medium / Ash

Natural Necessity Surf Shop

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115 Fern Street
Gerringong NSW 2534



✓ Medium Tri (3) Fins

✓ Size - Small (55 - 70kgs), Medium (65 - 80kgs) and Large (75 - 90kgs)
✓ Designed for speed and tight turns, with added tail release

✓ Upright template allows for tighter, more acute directional changes.

✓ Ideal for surfers who like to perform fast, progressive turns.

✓ Smaller centre fin for increased pivot and tail release.
✓ Material - Neo Eco: constructed with 50% glass and bio-resin
✓ Template Category - Reactor: Find Speed. Speed, tight turns & snaps
✓ Designed for speed and tight turns, with added tail release.


Constructed with 50% glass and bio-resin, the Neo Glass Eco Blend range has a low impact construction with high impact performance that’s recommended for lighter more agile surfers. The new range also sees reduced use of fossil fuels and a smaller carbon footprint than traditional materials.


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.