Bob Has been working 14 hour days in Olatu knocking out 20+ boards a day. These numbers would be impressive for a 20 year old…… Bob is 72 with two hip replacements and a bad knee from a recent two week boat trip in the Maldives. Whatever he is taking I want some of it! Only 150 boards being made for the whole of Europe, so if you are lucky enough to get one appreciate it!
Many boards on the market, are designed for Australian or American water temps. This series, is designed and tested with English waters in mind. The boards come with PE (Dow) Core, X-Flex Mesh, Single Stringer and Surlyn Slick. Which we believe to be best material combination for our uk waters. Its now just a case of choosing the size and template to suit your riding
Futures is proud to announce the signing of one Australia’s top emerging talents, Currumbin’s Jack Freestone. The 22 year old, two times WSL World Junior Champion officially joins the team after having ridden the Futures system and fins over the past year. Coming off his most successful year of competition on the World Qualifying Series in 2014, Freestone is excited about the new opportunity to enhance his equipment.
“I love the Futures system, it’s strong and you can really feel the connection of the fins to the board,” said Freestone. “In all conditions, having that positive drivey feeling is key to gaining speed, which is critical. I’m looking forward to working with the designers to develop some new options to really suit my needs. I’m so psyched to be part of the team.”
Already in 2015 Freestone has just put the finishing touches on a starring role in filmmaker Kai Neville’s latest release Cluster. His segment in the film is chock full of the high-flying, high-risk surfing that has become his trademark. This is the highest profile segment that Jack’s released to date, and surely just the first of many to come.