George Greenough Fins by: True Ames March 12 2010, 0 Comments

Amidst his wind generators, blue ocean boats, and camera housings, George Greenough had enough energy to revolutionize fin design. A seed of the revolution, the 4-A has a narrow, flexible tip that enhances maneuverability and a flared base for increased stability and drive -- an ideal combination for the point surf George fancied.

Check out our selection of George Greenough surf fins. Greenough Stage 6 George Greenough's close friends know that the only thing that kept the budding ex-patriot in California was his interest in windsurfing, which spawned the Stage 6. While George found the combination of a 'stiff leg' and 'active paddle' to generate powerful turns, we also find the bigger sizes to be powerful on the tip. Greenough 4C Taking cues from the pattern of human evolution, George's templates found it adaptive to become less wild and more upright, resulting in the birth of a new species. The 4C shares the 4A's mild tip flex, but it has less rake and base, permitting mid-length eggs and logs a lower radius, looser turn. Greenough 4A Amidst his wind generators, blue ocean boats, and camera housings, George Greenough had enough energy to revolutionize fin design. A seed of the revolution, the 4-A has a narrow, flexible tip that enhances maneuverability and a flared base for increased stability and drive -- an ideal combination for the point surf George fancied.