Proctor Futures Compatible 'Power Broker' HexCore XL Fin
PROCTOR 'POWER BROKER' FUTURES COMPATIBLE FINSA template for maximum drive complemented by controlled fin release. The flat foil caters to positive hold in fully committed rail carves. Perfect for surfers 165-250+ lb.
Perfect for bigger guys & power surfers
XL Base for increased drive & hold
Center Fin is same size as side fins which creates a balanced positive hold and is a good complement to powerful surfing and boards that utilize heavy concave bottoms.
Height: 4.70 in, 119 mm
Base: 4.75 in, 120.5 mm
Rake: 2.12 in, 5.38 cm
Area: 16.20"² / 104.53 cm²
Keep in mind that these Power Broker Futures fins are handmade and have the biggest possible base for maximum drive and hold. So you'll notice that the center fin especially comes right up to the screw. Just use care and be gentle as you drop it in and screw into place and you'll be fine. They do fit snugly. The big base is what makes them special. And just make sure you never overcrank the screw, just slowly turn until you feel some resistance and then stop so as not to break the tip of fin or strip out screw hole.Enjoy!!
- LARGE - XL TEMPLATE || Larger base, rakier tip is really good for creating a lot of drive and holding a rail in turns. I design a lot of drive into my boards using fast rockers and concaves that force the water through the hull contours of the board....this efficient water flow creates both speed and grip - so you don't have to use small fins to reduce drag to try and create speed.
More positive hold and drive off the bottom with springier release out of turns; anyone and everyone will notice the difference.
The Resin Transfer Method . . .
Allows us to construct a composite fin, inside which hexagonal pieces of lightweight cremate displace fiberglass and resin.
The result: a fin that is up to 25% lighter than a normal fiberglass fin and has a better flex characteristic than stock plastic fins or fiberglass fins. Positive Flex + Amazing Drive.
Flat foiled fins break free sooner, and are better at controlling speed. Often surfers prefer them in fast powerful surf where they do not need to create additional speed. If you have muscle memory from riding glass-ons, flat foiled fins will feel the closest.