K2 Glass Keel

Futures Fins

K2 Glass Keel

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Colour:Black Grey
Black Grey
Pickup currently unavailable at Natural Necessity Surf Shop

K2 Glass Keel

Twin / Black Grey

Natural Necessity Surf Shop

Pickup currently unavailable

115 Fern Street
Gerringong NSW 2534


 Keel Template
 Template Category | Keel (speed control, drive, trim)
Construction | Fiberglass


CONSTRUCTION - Control Series / Traditional Fiberglass
The control series are traditional fiberglass and provide stability for powerful surfers in all conditions. Built from solid fiberglass panels with foils precision cut by CNC, then hand finished to perfection. They fit the 1-4 ride number range as the most speed controlling options in our line. Make sure to have a set of these in your quiver for powerful conditions. While surfing in shallow waters or paddling across the reef, these fins can take a hit, simply sand away any ding, scratch or imperfection and they’re good as new!


Futures Fins began in a garage in California in 1996, by the Longo brothers who had a reputation for tackling challenging aerospace parts and fabricating hydrogen fuel cells for research. This all changed when they decided to combine their technical know-how with something they both loved – surfing. Keeping it local was important, so Futures is able to dream up a fin, design it, cut it and surf it withing a few hours under the one roof in Huntington Beach. With this ability, they have been able to constantly evolve their designs, to create new feelings and experiences to share with other surfers. They continue to refine and research, creating ride numbers and employing in house engineers to provide the best equipment. Futures fins ethos is about being authentic, challenging the status quo and standing for the evolution of our sport, creating some of the strongest, lightest fins on the market, to create the fins of the future.