6'5 x 20 3/4 x 2 7/8
Futures twin fin setup, fins NOT included.
STD/SO 6+4/4 glassing layup
*Each board is hand made and actual color may vary slightly*
This sexy, versatile twin-finned pintail is a collaboration between Britt Merrick and one of the world’s most stylish surfers, Mikey February. The two wanted to create a board that had all the fun twin feels but enough hold and projection to free you from ever wishing for a third fin or trailer. Designed as an all-rounder, it helps you rip in anything from lame little waves to double overhead rifling walls.
From the nose and toward the back, the bottom is flat, then to a slight roll, and vee in the back half, which creates a buttery board that is both responsive and solid. The rails are low, so most people ride the Twin Pin at least 1/8” thicker than their shortboard. It works best with the special twin fin template Britt designed just for this board that is between a keel and upright and provides the right balance of drive, hold, and maneuverability.
The Twin Pin can be ridden with various dimensional approaches according to what you want to do, ride, and feel. Mikey February surfs a 6’0” shortboard and likes his Twin Pins at 5’9” and 5’11” to suit any conditions around the world. Tanner Gudauskas likes his the same length as his normal shortboard for Trestles, and Britt likes to ride his Twin Pins at Rincon a couple of inches longer than his regular shortboards.
· A COUPLE OF TIPS AND A BIT MORE ·
Most people ride the Twin Pin at least ⅛” thicker than their shortboard since the rails are low.
Britt designed a hand foiled signature twin fin set to fit between a keel and upright fin to best perform with this CI Twin Pin providing the right balance of drive, hold and maneuverability, and flow.
Britt Merrick himself has another tip for you: "If you ride the Twin Pin in larger than average surf, you may want more gold and the Al Merrick Keel is great for that. I do the same if rincon is double over head or more. But 90% of the time our new fin will suit most people."
Depending on what you want to do, ride and feel, the Twin Pin can be ridden with various dimensional approaches. Check it:
- Mikey February surfs a 6'0" shortboard and likes his Twin Pins at 5'9" and 5'11" to suit any conditions around the world.
- Tanner Gudauskas likes his the same length as his normal shortboard for Trestles.
- Britt Merrick likes to ride his Twin Pins at Rincon a couple of inches longer than his regular shortboards.