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Twin Fin

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Twin Fin Dims
Length Width Thickness Volume
5'2"
18.25"
2.07"
21.92L
5'3"
18.37"
2.12"
22.75L 
5'4"
18.50"
2.13" 23.5L
5'5"
18.63"
2.15"
24.38L
5'6"
18.75"
2.18"
25.26L
5'7"
18.88"
2.21"
26.21L
5'8"
19.00"
2.24"
27.17L
5'9"
19.13"
2.27"
 28.06L
5'10"
19.25"
2.30"
29.06L
 5'11"
19.37"
2.33"
30.05L
 6'0"
19.50"
2.36"
31.09L
6'1"
19.63"
2.39"
32.14L
 6'2"
19.75"
2.42"
33.19L
6'3"
19.88"
2.45"
34.35L
6'4"
 20.00"
2.48"
35.45L
6'5" 20.13"
2.51"
36.59L
 6'6"       
20.25"
2.54"
37.39L
6'7"
20.38"
2.57"
38.99L
Twin Fin Dims
Length Width Thickness Volume
5'2"
18.25"
2.07"
21.92L
5'3"
18.37"
2.12"
22.75L 
5'4"
18.50"
2.13" 23.5L
5'5"
18.63"
2.15"
24.38L
5'6"
18.75"
2.18"
25.26L
5'7"
18.88"
2.21"
26.21L
5'8"
19.00"
2.24"
27.17L
5'9"
19.13"
2.27"
 28.06L
5'10"
19.25"
2.30"
29.06L
 5'11"
19.37"
2.33"
30.05L
 6'0"
19.50"
2.36"
31.09L
6'1"
19.63"
2.39"
32.14L
 6'2"
19.75"
2.42"
33.19L
6'3"
19.88"
2.45"
34.35L
6'4"
 20.00"
2.48"
35.45L
6'5" 20.13"
2.51"
36.59L
 6'6"       
20.25"
2.54"
37.39L
6'7"
20.38"
2.57"
38.99L

My first custom board, 1967, was a Mirandon Brothers, Surfboards La Jolla, Twin Fin. A second shorter one 6 months later. Then I shaped my first board in the Fall of 69. Guess what? Yes, it was a 6’3 twin fin with my own twists to the design. To say I have experience with Twin Fins is an understatement.

In 1979 I teamed up with Shaun Tomson to do his boards at Canyon. Shaun was a leading proponent in the Twin Fin genre. Shaun was a tough customer, but I learned a lot about twins, much of which is still incorporated in today’s designs.

While working with Shaun Tomson, I refined the bottom with the addition of a shallow single concave that feeds into the vee. The vee splits into a double in front of the fins and runs off the rail behind the wing. The double vee is different to most in that it has a slight crown. The vee runs off the tail with a slight convex. The position of the wing, the back of the fin in conjunction with the concave exiting through the wing makes for solid firm turns. The foil in the rail line is very similar to a modern performance shortboard. Don't think of the Twin Fin as just a small wave board. I’ve had quite a few team riders over the years ride them in sizeable surf.

A very versatile design. Two fins are ridden these days on all kind of hulls. My design is more traditional with subtle updates adding to the overall performance.

Enjoy!

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*All boards are made to order unless stock is shown. Please allow 8 to 10 weeks for Poly (Pu/pe) and 10 to 12 weeks for Epoly/EPS, possibly a little longer depending on construction and add ons such as color. If you need to have a board rushed, please select our RUSH option.

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**ALL STANDARD DIMENSION BOARDS WILL COME STOCK WITH NO ADDED FEATURES.

***PRICE SHOWN IS FOR PU SURFBOARDS ONLY UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

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    JP
    06/04/2020
    Joel P.
    Twin Fin

    Good Board! I've been riding a keel fish in smaller/flatter stuff and wanted to get a twin with more performance (less multiple adjustments to go vert,), handle steeper surf, This thing is fast with performance... so fun! Get one!

    D
    12/13/2019
    David
    Reinvigorates your surfing

    I’ve ridden this board about a dozen times now; surf ranging from 2’ up to 6’ at my local beach breaks and it is a load of fun and extremely refreshing to ride. Have been surfing close to 40 years now, most of that time spent on tri-fin boards. This board makes me feel like a kid again fast, loose, paddles well, has put a smile on my face a number of times. If your quiver is full of the standard shapes I suggest adding the Twin Fin really adds a new 'feel' to your surfing.

    DR
    08/05/2018
    David R.
    Modern Twin New Go To Board; Twin Fin Placement

    I love this board! If you read nothing else, read this. You cannot really have a twin fin by taking out your third fin from your tri. Ask Rusty (thanks lPedro, thanks Clint) but basically especially the placement of the fins plus the bottom flow make a difference in this modern twin. I'm so happy with this choice. Thanks all! it surfs great Since I've had it 5 months and have ridden it in everything from knee to overhead, Oceanside to Mazatlan... it has become my go to board. I think that's saying a lot since my last go to shape, I came back to for 7 years. Also need to mention, I went all out on my art requests and their airbrush guy game me exactly what I asked for... thanks for that!

    R
    12/09/2017
    Ramge
    Fast & Loose!

    Very Fast and holds incredibly well, Gets loose when you want it too. Easy to put on rail and for the back footed surfer goes vertical in the pocket. Has a wide range of surf it will work in from Knee high Shores to Over head barrels at Blacks. Very Fast Very Fun!! Great Addition to have in the Quiver.

    ME
    04/08/2017
    Murray E.
    Twin Fins

    Always liked twin fins. It not a fish but still the tail is wide :)

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