Old School

Disco Star

I love single fins. The glide and drive they have on a wave is amazing. I always have such fun surfs riding them. Growing up, a lot of my family and friends would ride these designs. I had a lot of influence as a kid seeing so many cool shapes from that era. The Disco Star model maintains traditional outline and curves with the old-style thickness being smoothed out to give it a performance feel. The design maintains the classic rocker and has the V-bottom which increases through the tail. The rail tapers from a flatter deck to be a comfortable medium to low profile and has a narrower refined tail. This tail shape is important when the board lays on edge, keeping the fin deep in the water through those big swooping carves. The Disco Star is a performance single fin created with style.

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L W T V
5’8 19 2 3/8 27.2L
5’10 19 1/4 2 3/8 29.1L
6’0 19 1/2 2 1/2 31.2L
6’2 19 1/2 2 1/2 32.8L
6’4 19 3/4 2 1/2 34.1L
6’6 19 3/4 2 5/8 36.2L
6’8 20 2 5/8 37.4L
6’10 20 2 3/4 39.9L
7’0 20 2 3/4 41.0L
7’2 20 1/4 2 3/4 42.7L
7’4 20 1/4 3 46.9L
7’6 20 1/2 3 49.6L

Wave Range 1 – 8ft


Freestyler

This is my modern twin fin design with fun summer waves in mind. It’s the style of board to grab and surf all summer long and enjoy everyday. The Freestyler has all the traditional characteristics of a twin fin. A flat rocker, classic outline and thickness through the centre. The volume helps the board maintain its own glide and momentum and the foiled down rail really lets you throw it around tightly in the pocket. All of my boards are performance based and my twin fin version is just that.

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L W T V
5’6 19 1/2 2 5/16 28.0L
5’8 19 3/4 2 3/8 29.5L
5’10 20 2 1/2 32.0L
6’0 20 1/4 2 5/8 34.0L
6’2 20 1/2 2 5/8 36.5L
6’4 21 2 3/4 40.0L
6’6 21 1/2 2 3/4 43.0L
6’8 22 2 7/8 46.0L
6’10 22 1/2 3 50.0L

Wave Range 1 – 8ft