Komunity Project KP 30 Thruster Fins Futures
The Komunity Project KP 30 Thruster Futures come out of a Kelly Slater initiative, the Komunity Project. These fins can be used in bigger waves to provide more control. However, Kelly also advises he used bigger fins in smaller waves so as to harness as much wave power as possible. They feature only a slightly wide base and height than the KP 2.0 fins so you get a good transition in the waves you use them. The side fins have a flat foil so along with the glass and resin construction you get a stable predictable point to drive from. The Centre fins is slightly smaller, typical of Kelly’s fin setups and Julian Wilson also favoured this setup. This feature facilitates good release off the top, for big moves like tail slides or release into airs. Construction is of a special blend of resin glass with a honey comb inner core. They’re ultralight so don’t add anything in terms of weight, it’s all performance. The curling wave design is featured on translucent fins finished in Liquid Dynamic Technology with a lustre finish.
Side Fin Base: 113mm Depth: 117mm Foil: Flat Center Fin Base: 109mm Depth: 112mm Foil: 50/50