Our twin fin, the Angler will feel fast, loose and have lots of forward drive. True to the way most twin fin boards surf these will generate loads of down-the-line speed. The pivoting capabilities of the twin will also make for smooth, effortless turning in small to medium size waves.
The modern elements include a narrower tail which allows pull tighter lines in a turn. From a design perspective The Angler lends from the old-school keel twin with a relaxed yet fast rocker, and a vee-to-single concave bottom that will instil trust in the rider when it takes off and starts to drive off the bottom. The traditional beak nose positions additional volume under the chest for easy wave catching.
The Angler will actually satisfy a wide range of abilities and surf conditions, from beach breaks to point waves and reefs. The volume is set to moderate to help paddle with speed to get into the wave as early as possible.
NOTE: Rider weight is based on board volume and intermediate rider skill level
|LENGTH||WIDTH||THICK||VOLUME||SUPPLIED FINS||APPROX WEIGHT RANGE|
|5'7"||20 3/4"||2 1/2"||33 ltr (93 beers)||FCS II Modern Keel or FCS II Power Twin||60kg|
|5'11"||20 1/2"||2 5/8"||38 ltr (107 beers)||FCS II Modern Keel or FCS II Power Twin||65kg|
|6'3"||22"||2 3/4"||42 ltr (118 beers)||FCS II Modern Keel or FCS II Power Twin||70kg or less|
Polyester - PU
Polyester or PU construction uses traditional materials and laminating techniques to produce a strong, reliable surfboard with high quality finishes. All polyester boards are CNC milled from the shapers files and laminated by hand using quality components such as Hexcel fiberglass, Silmar resin and Bennett foam.
|Board Contours||Vee to Single Concave|
|Rail||Medium to Full Rail|
|Surfer Skill Level||Intermediate - Advanced|