New F-hot RS-Slalom Fins 2015

We’re proud to say the success of the F-Hot slalom fins has seen us on top of podium’s across the globe, so when we set out to develop the replacement we set our selves an incredible target to climb. New materials, CNC moulds and construction techniques were needed to maintain the reliability and durability that our riders have become used to in order us to produce a faster foil with multiple flex options to suit all conditions and rider styles. Fourteen months and an unprecedented amount of prototypes later we’re proud to say the results have been worth all the blood, sweat and smiles.

Summing up the new RS Series as a faster, thinner foil doesn’t do it justice.  The new outline and manufacturing process play just as big a role balancing control and speed in equal measure

Ethan Joins F-hot Fins

F-hot is pleased to announce that Ethan westera ARU-4 will be using F-hot Fins this year. Ethan who sails GA-sail and Starboard was IFCA under 17 Slalom World Champion will help to develop F-hot Fins out in the warm waters of Aruba.


Super busy month at the F-hot workshop

F-hot have had a busy month developing plugs and moulds for a Mitsubishi outlander police dog vehicle, making everything from scratch to what the customer wants has been a long process, with many long days and evenings, but as of today we have finished making the plugs and moulds and have a complete set out. Good job the first cars being signed off on tuesday. 

Slalom Fins

The new F-HOT slalom range of fins are now ready. After extensive testing we are confident that they will compete with the best in the world. Sizes from 52cm down to 20cm. These are blisteringly fast and very controlable fins, just fit it and forget. For more information please get in touch.

Ross williams Joins F-hot Fins

Ross Williams helps F-hot testing Fins

F-hot are pleased to announce that top UK windsurfer Ross Williams is now helping to develop F-hot Fins. With Ross on board F-hot will continue to develop its range of Fins to compete with the best in the world. Ross will soon be jetting off to South Africa to do some extencive testing for F-hot.

Keith Atkinson wins British Windsurfing Championship 2012

Keith in complete control

The Championship event was held on the 6th-7th of October in Weymouth and Portland harbour, Keith Atkinson took the victory in some close racing between rivals. With positions changing during the event between James Briggs and Keith, it was Keith that came out on top with the win of the last race and in turn securing the event victory and the 2012 British Championship title. This win takes gives Keith his 12th British Windsurfing Championship title.

Keith Gets to grips with his new formula fin

"I'm very happy with the result, I felt very comfortable with my equipment, my F-hot Formula fins were working exceptionally well, they gave me great  pace upwind, on the reaches and downwind, with the ability to point high off the line. I was also very happy with my 2012 North warp Sails, I was mentally prepared for the event. It was very close, and down to whoever won the last race to take the event win, I knew what needed to be done and I was happy that I pulled it out of the bag when I needed to. I'd like to thank my sponsors for their incredible support: North Sails, Fanatic, ION, F-hot fins, Marlow ropes, Kennett Watches, Physioactive and Wet 'n' Dry Boardsports"

Keith looks foward to 2013 season.