Adam Robertson / Bamboo Fins

Wednesday July 13, 2011

Here is a clip of Adam Robertson riding Bamboo FCS fins by True Ames. A few clips from some fun surf at one of his home breaks in Victoria, Australia During the making of the surf movie Way of the Ocean: Australia. This is mainly shot at Winki Pop, an amazing right hander that just keeps peeling. This clip demonstrates how these fins can hold in to solid waves and give amazing drive. Adam Robertson is naturally a powerful surfer and it shows in his turns and cutbacks. These bamboo fcs fins that he is using are our Channel Islands template that we offer in Futures fins and FCS fins compatible bases.

These Bamboo fins are Hexcore and a Bamboo overlay. A great look and just as strong as all of our other Hexcore templates available for FCS fins and Futures Fins.

Bamboo Fins by True Ames...

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Future Fins Compatible

Wednesday July 6, 2011


Our selection of Futures Fins base compatible templates includes Channel Islands, Timmy Patterson, Lost, and more. These ultra light hexcore fins will hold up over time and will be much lighter than solid fiberglass. Super fast fins that are designed to suit any style of surfing and varieties of waves. We have future fins for Twin fin, Thruster, and Quads. These Futures fin compatible template are available in truelite hexcore for some of the lightest and strongest fins available. Another great thing about these Future Fins compatible is the AIRBASE feature. The base of this fin has strategically placed holes in the base to make the lightest fins yet retain maximum strength. See our full selection of Future Fins compatible templates.



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Friday July 1, 2011


REPLACE-WITH-ALT Imagine cruising along on a nice clean wave and then all of a sudden, bam - your fin hits a rock, sending you over the nose and your fin damaged. Your session gets cut short in an instant and that awesome fin that you've been bragging to your friends about is now better off in the garbage. Sound familiar. We hope not, but this can happen. Not only the fin can get messed up, but the fin box as well.

The Skeg Saver is here to help! In the event of severe impact to the fin from contact with under water obstructions, Skeg Saver's internal nut separates from the plastic slide, thereby releasing the forward tab section of the fin. The fastening screw is retained in the fin tab by Skeg Saver's internal nut. Skeg Saver is able to sustain repeated impacts below its breakpoint without suffering degradation of changes to its designed failure point. This is a great replacement for a standard metal screw and plate for your surfboard or windsurf board.

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