With 3 ASP World Titles and a long and celebrated career, Mick Fanning is the complete package.
Name: Mick Fanning
Date of Birth: June 13 , 1981
Born: Penrith , NSW , Australia
Lives: Tweed Heads, NSW, Australia
Sponsors: Rip Curl, Red Bull, Reef, Dragon, DHD, Creatures Of Leisure, Vertra, SkullCandy, FCS Fins.
FCS is excited to announce the release of three new exciting colors in the FCS II system; Blue Reef, Orange Tang, and Acid Yellow. The new colors, will give boards an impressive visual pop that can be paired with any FCS II fins.
From the shark incident at J-Bay, to winning the Hurley Pro at Trestles in California, Fanning has created waves this year both in and out of the water, and one thing to think about on the performance side of things is the trusty equipment the Coolie Kid has under his feet.
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2015 was a huge year of victories for FCS II on the WSL World Championship Tour. In fact, every single event on the Men’s WCT tour was won by a surfer riding the FCS II system and fins. Watch the video here:
Trestles served up some amazing waves for the 2015 Hurley Pro, and the FCS Global Team dominated filling all semi-final positions in both the men and women’s. In the men’s final it was a power surfing matchup between the two top rated surfers in the world, Adriano DeSouza and Mick Fanning.
Go Behind The Curtain with Darren Handley owner of DHD Surfboards and hear his insights into the new EpoxiCore technology, design and manufacturing techniques.
It’s no surprise the FCS II MF, Carver and AM templates were the most popular fins used by the WSL competitors at the J-Bay open this year. What do all these templates all have in common?
Mick Fanning's signature MF-2 features the same construction, foil, and outline as the MF-1 but on a smaller template. This medium size fin has a dynamic flex, is ideal for long arc turns and is designed for high performance surfing.
Developed by 2 X World Champion Mick Fanning, the FCS MF-1 features Tricoil Technology and is designed for high performance power surfing.
By applying 20 years of knowledge working with surfers, shapers and experts in hydrodynamics, FCS has created not one but TWO entirely new fin systems.
Mick Fanning’s recent victory at the Quiksilver Pro has continued the success and momentum of the new FCS II system. 6 of the top 8 surfers from the event had FCS II installed in their boards. Check out the event highlights here.....
In what’s been regarded as one of the most exciting climaxes to an ASP season, FCS team rider Mick Fanning has emerged victorious over Kelly Slater in securing a converted third ASP World Title.
Mick Fanning has proven yet again that consistency and momentum are the key to winning at Bells. The 3 x World Champion was victorious at the Rip Curl Pro riding his newly released FCS II MF Large fin, eventually defeating Taj Burrow in the final.
With FSC II now it's possible to go ‘Around the World with 4 Fins’, and be perfectly equipped to surf any type of wave. WATCH VIDEO
Mick Fanning has solidified his position in the 2014 World Title race with an incredible victory at the J-Bay Open in South Africa. In flawless 8 foot Jay Bay, Mick defeated close friend and rival Joel Parkinson.
Designed in collaboration with 3x World Champion Mick Fanning, the MF template is suited to high performance power surfing.
Mick Fanning has inched closer to the 2014 ASP World Title with a victory in the Moche Rip Curl Pro, Portugal. Drawing on his amazing tube riding skills, and armed with steely determination, Mick rose to victory at the famed 4-6ft Supertubos beach break.
As the showdown for the 2014 ASP World Title draws closer, Mick Fanning gives us a glimpse into his state of mind, and shares some insights into the equipment he'll be riding when he hits the water at Pipe.
FCS II was released back in March 2013, and since hitting the market has quickly become the new undisputed world standard fin system. The statistics speak for themselves, and to date no other fin system can lay claim to a single World Title.