After a surf up in Carpintaria, Noel Salas and Britt Merrick of Channel Islands Surfboards sit down for coffee to talk fins, twin fins in particular. “I’ve been hooked on twin fins,” in particular Al Merrick keels on the Fishbeard. The talk about all the fin templates they have to choose from. Keel fins vs […]
It’s always interesting to see how your surfboard quiver evolves over time. The quiver is a time capsule which tells the story about your evolution and progression as a surfer, trends in board design, how much space or money you have to throw at this addiction at any given moment, and finally where you are […]
Fall in Southern California is heavenly, especially if you’re looking for a surf and coffee trip. Perfect temperatures, water is still pretty warm, and consistent waves grace the shores. If you look at Surfline’s ‘Best Bet’ for October, most people on the West coast are encouraged to just stay put. But the cool crisp days […]
Asher Pacey pushes the limits of performance on a traditional twin-fin fish in crowded Gold Coast point surf Read original article on Surfline here, and be sure to check out our other articles highlighting amazing surf and coffee trips and destinations.
The fish is not and has never been simply a small wave board, and that the majority of the surfing population thinks so is one of the biggest misconceptions of surfboard design today. Read the whole article on SurfSimply here and be sure to check out all of our articles that offer travel tips for […]
Nick Carroll breaks down tips and techniques for retro twin-fins By the way: those who think the Fish is a mush-board don’t have a clear impression of the true Fish design. The guys I know who ride ’em best don’t really even get into ’em until they’re at a long, fast, juicy pointbreak, where the […]