Modern twin fin surfboards are developed to provide high-performance surfing taking into consideration the characteristics of this setup of fins. Due to its larger size and placement, which are brought further back in comparison to the front fins placement of a thruster, the back foot of the surfer ends up right on top of the fins, this provides a lot of projection between turns and out of bottom turns that are great to maintain speed and momentum. Another main difference between twin fins and thrusters is that the thruster has an immediate time of response, while the twin fins can have a certain “delay” due to their bigger fins and placement.
This is our most performance twin fin fish, it is a take on our ’80s Twin model, but we have added more area on the nose and reduced the entry rocker to provide better paddling to catch waves. Even though it looks like a fish, its tail is much narrower compared to our retro fish surfboards, so they can withstand waves with considerable strength and size. It has a single concave bottom that turns double between the fins, and a “vee” in the tail to help expel water pressure on turns.
Surfboards are available in PU (polyurethane foam) and Epoxy (EPS or XPS foam), if you want to understand more about twin fin surfboards check out our article on how to choose a twin fin.
If you have any questions feel free to contact the shaper here.
Single to double concave and “vee” in the tail.
For the surfer that wants to try a modern and agile twin fin that resembles a performance shortboard, we recommend the 80s Twin, which is a modern take on the classic 80s performance twinnies made timeless by Mark Richards e Ben Aipa.
Our Duo Diamond also is a great choice for someone looking for a well-balanced and comfortable surfboard.
In most cases, the twin fin with stabilizer has a more performance-oriented surf because of its more accentuated rocker and narrower tails.
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