Finatic Debuts Revolutionary new Online Fin Testing Program for Surfers

Brandon, Florida – April 6, 2019 – Darth Sculpt, brand awareness coordinator for Finatic, announced that the company has launched the first ever Online Fin Testing Program. Finatic is working in conjunction with all major surfboard fin companies to offer surfing fans an opportunity never before available.

“There’s no better place to test out surfboard fins. Period,” said Sculpt.

Finatic has a comprehensive selection of surf fins from which to choose that includes top names in the surfboard industry encompassing FCS II, Futures, Kinetik Racing, AU Fins, Rainbow and Turbo Tunnel. Surfing enthusiasts now have an easy way to physically test surfboard fins to find those that best suit their individual needs in multiple surfing conditions.

Individuals simply pick the surf fins they want online. The fins are mailed to them and they can try them for as long as they want. Fins can be returned and other choices selected to try. Surfers can choose from a basic, premium or platinum package to accommodate their individual desires and lifestyles.

A basic membership is just $9.99 per month. Members enjoy free shipping, 10-20 percent off all used surfboard fin purchases, and the ability to post reviews. A membership also provides access to all Twin, Thruster, Quad 5-fin and specialty fins. A premium membership has all the same benefits in addition to 15-25 percent off used surf fins and access to new fins the day they’re available at Finatic.

A platinum membership is $24.99 per month and allows individuals to request two sets of fins at a time for performing side-by-side comparisons. Platinum members receive 20-30 percent off used surf fin purchases and access to new surfboard fins that same day they arrive at Finatic. Members have access to all the same fins, along with Tow-In, Longboard and SUP.

All membership levels can also be paid for an entire year if desired. Those that enter the shopping code “surf” will receive their first month free on any membership option. More than 12 brands are participating in the unique program that features dozens of fin choices.

The innovative new Finatic Online Fin Testing Program is the first and only one of its kind anywhere in the world, providing surfers with the means to try out multiple types of surfboard fins in a multitude of water conditions. The program is already popular with recreational surfers and professionals that have competed around the world.

 

About Finatic

Finatic is the creator of the first and only Online Fin Testing Program designed in conjunction with all the major surfboard fin companies seal of approval, in order to offer you a comprehensive way to test surfboard fins. While Finatic is a new concept to the surf industry, the model has been proven time and again in other industries. We’ve taken the concept and applied it to surfboards in a meaningful way to surfers.

 

Media Contact: 

Finatic

Phone: (813)-436-9298

Email: service@finatic.com

Website: https://finatic.com

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