Christenson fcs longboard fin?

hankster

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Nov 12, 2013
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USA California
Attached a few photos...i was fortunate enough to pick it up second hand. Not sure when it was shaped??? 98? Great board with some rocker...i may end up selling as I have too many boards currently...anyway look at the pics

Have a couple other Greeks...a heavily repaired 67 transitional and maybe an early 70’s.. View attachment 26935 View attachment 26936 View attachment 26938 View attachment 26939 View attachment 26940 View attachment 26941
Sweet quiver you have. Yes, that lb is killer, really digging the winged pintail.
 

Shadownboxn7

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Sep 30, 2020
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Los Angeles
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Don’t have any ride reports yet with the fin. But here is a 7.5” next to a couple of common fins in similar sizes. Hard to tell from photo, but it is a gorgeous fin. Base and tip are slightly different than a greenough. All of these fins are ridden in my christenson 6’ 8” c bucket.
 

Ricksurfin

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Jun 9, 2019
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San Clemente, CA
I could use any of those fins and could never tell a difference (Unless they had a considerable flex difference). I’m not that good or tuned in. Lol
 

Shadownboxn7

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Sep 30, 2020
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Los Angeles
I’d say I’m a pretty average surfer. The difference I notice is more condition dependent.
If it’s head high and above, I’ll throw in a stiffer fin that I can trust on drops and turns. If it’s small and soft I’ll put in a flex fin. Again, I’m a average surfer so what do I know
 




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