FCS SF4 “Stretch” GF QUAD Fins & Plugs Set

FCS SF4 “Stretch” GF QUAD Fins & Plugs Set. William ‘Stretch’ Riedel’s signature set. Fast, responsive, and stable at high speeds. This is the complete production set including 6 FCS Core plugs in charcoal.

OVERVIEW : Stretch designed this set with a cambered foil on the side fins and 50/50 foils on the rear fins. The robust upright templates make this set fast, responsive, and stable at high speeds.

IDEAL CONDITIONS: Hollow steep waves, punchy beach breaks.

BOARD TYPES: Performance boards with deep concaves and moderate-to-extreme rocker.

ABOUT STRETCH RIEDEL: William “Stretch” Riedel has been creating distinctive and innovative custom hand built boards for surfing, sailing, kiting, and tow surfing. Born in Malibu, CA, he was taught to build boards by his father Mike Riedel, a shaper for Velzy Jacobs Surfboards in the 1960’s. “I never cut corners. All my work receives 100% attention. That’s how we get results.”See more below…

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FCS SF4 “Stretch” GF QUAD Fins & Plugs Set. William ‘Stretch’ Riedel’s signature set. Fast, responsive, and stable at high speeds. This is the complete production set including 6 FCS Core plugs in charcoal.

FIN MATERIAL: GLASS FLEX
FIN SIZE: LARGE (65 Kg – 90 Kg)

FRONT
Base: 4.48″ / 114 mm
Depth: 4.48″ / 114 mm
Area: 15.15″² / 9776 mm²
Sweep: 30.5°
Foil: IFT

REAR
Base: 3.88″ / 98 mm
Depth: 3.80″ / 96 mm
Area: 11.22″² / 7238 mm²
Sweep: 30.7°
Foil: 50/50

OVERVIEW : Stretch designed this set with a cambered foil on the side fins and 50/50 foils on the rear fins. The robust upright templates make this set fast, responsive, and stable at high speeds.

IDEAL CONDITIONS: Hollow steep waves, punchy beach breaks. BOARD TYPES: Performance boards with deep concaves and moderate-to-extreme rocker.

ABOUT STRETCH RIEDEL: William “Stretch” Riedel has been creating distinctive and innovative custom hand built boards for surfing, sailing, kiting, and tow surfing. Born in Malibu, CA, he was taught to build boards by his father Mike Riedel, a shaper for Velzy Jacobs Surfboards in the 1960’s. “I never cut corners. All my work receives 100% attention. That’s how we get results.”