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The Retro Twin Fish surfboard from Wild Atlantic Surfboard Company delivers a retro look with a high performance feel and drive.

Perhaps incorrectly side-lined as a summer board, our retro fish surfboard has single to double concave’s, relaxed entry and exit rockers and foam distributed to give the best balance between float and control. It is ideal as a first shortboard or intermediate all-rounder. The full outline, swallow tail and more relaxed rocker means that the board is designed to cruise, carve but still carry a high-performance edge. You can spice the board up with power twins for a bit more hold or glide with retro keels. The retro twin fish surfboard is designed to absolutely maximise the fun to be had in average, everyday surf by catching almost as many waves as a longboard, gliding over the flat sections whilst being super responsive underfoot enabling highlines and blistering speed.

The twin fish is one of the most iconic of surfboards originating as a knee board in the 70’s drive to find higher performance models past longer boards. Overlooked by the dominance of the thruster in the 80’s, the Fish Surfboard has enjoyed a huge comeback recently as an enjoyable high performance go to. A quiver must, set in PU for waves with punch so you can stay with the power of the wave and perform. This surfboard will improve your surfing. Choose 2-3 inches smaller in length than your regular shortboard and go a little wider to achieve higher volume. Fully customisable with tints and sprays.

From 5’6 to 6’6, stock and custom orders available.

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