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FCS KEYLOCK INSTRUCTIONS

Lost the instructions for the FCS Keylock? Want to reset your access code? Never fear, all the info on how to do so is right here.

 

WHAT LEASH DO YOU NEED?

The FCS range of leashes are designed for Comp, Regular and Big Wave use. FCS leashes are strong, comfortable, built from quality materials and can be trusted to hold your surfboard, no matter what sort of board you ride or what conditions you surf.  

WHAT TRACTION DO YOU NEED?

Focusing on comfort, support and increased grip, FCS Traction keeps your foot connected to the board so you can push hard against your fins for maximum speed and drive. The FCS range of Essential and Athlete pads are designed to fit all board types.

WHAT BOARDBAG DO YOU NEED?

Whether you’re taking a single magic blade on a quick mission, or a longer journey with the whole quiver, every aspect of these covers has been tailored and designed with convenience, comfort and protection in mind.

HOW TO INSERT AND REMOVE FCS II FINS

With the FCS II system, the need for any screws or tool to secure the fins has been eliminated. Simply insert the front of the fin into the plug and use downward pressure to lock the fin in place.

When using genuine FCS II fins, it’s now possible to install and remove your fins in seconds.

THE FCS FIN CLINIC - FIND YOUR FIN

This FCS Fin Clinic is designed to help you find the FCS II fin that’s best suited to the way you want to surf and the waves you’re riding.

THE FCS FIN MATERIALS GUIDE

So you’ve decided on the fin template that’s right for you… But what about the fin construction?

This video explains the constructions currently used in the FCS fin range so you can make an educated decision going into your next fin purchase.

WHAT FINS SHOULD YOU SURF?

Buying a fresh set of fins can be a little confusing.

The size, rake, template and material all have a bearing on how you and your board ultimately perform together.

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