1. Blackstix 3.0


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    Over the past 10 years the Blackstix have become a staple in the Futures line, proving to be the best option when a lively, speed generating fin is preferred. While intentionally keeping the Ride Number of the Blackstix series in the 10 to 7 range, we've made some critical upgrades to bring you a new & improved ride. New to the Blackstix 3.0 is the addition of two layers of unidirectional carbon, aligned at a 23º angle from the base. The angle of the ‘Uni’ controls the ratio of tip bend vs rotation as it loads up through turns. Running from base to tip, the ‘Uni’ adds support to hold more power without feeling stiff. 23 Degree Unidirectional Carbon Working in conjunction with the ‘Uni’ are asymmetrical 12k carbon panels running vertically up the inside and outside of the fin. The inside panel runs completely through to the tip, along the leading edge. The outside panel only runs 2/3 of the way up the fin. This stepped reduction of carbon in the fin allows for more flex progression, creating a strong base and a snappy tip, resulting in a lively feel unique to the Blackstix. To add one more layer of performance to the Blackstix, we use epoxy resin. Epoxy resin is lighter, tougher & more resilient than polyester resin. These features all play a role in making the Blackstix the lightest & fastest fins in the world. As a bonus, epoxy emits 50-75% fewer VOCs (volatile organic compounds) than polyester resin, which means a decrease in harmful chemicals in our environment. Futures V2 foil was a revolutionary introduction to the removable fin story originally, and it’s still the go to for Speed Generating fins. The foil enhances efficient water flow with its uniquely designed curved surfaces. The result is lift through all stages of the turn and buttery fluid rail-to-rail linkage, setting you up for peak performance even if the conditions are lacking push. Find out more at blackstix.com

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    • Shred Show X Futures


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      Chris Grow from the Shred Show explains how to find your setup on the Futures catalog

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