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Handmade in Ventura, CA ~ est. 1992

glide and speed and free-ness with grip and buckets of glory galore

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"People who Surf" - Todd & Jacob discuss the TwinStitch Surfboard
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Jake from SC halfway through a cutty on his 5’9″ x 19 1/4″ x 2 7/16″ 29L TwinStitch
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Jarrah Tutton testing the TwinStitch in Oz
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Kepa | 13, 4’11”, 95lbs. | 4’11” x 17 1/4” x 2 3/16” 20.3L in ultralite poly construction with purple resin tint.

“Hey Todd, I really really want a performance twin fin just like my dad’s, but a small one for me...just to go have fun on and stuff...at home when it’s small...and can you make it purple or something like that...”

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Me and my bro Jacob about to go for a surf with Jacob's two new customs.
5'7.5" x 19 3/4" x 2 1/4" 29.2L Magnum Opus &
5'9" x 19 1/4" x 2 1/2" 29.2L #twinstitchsurfboard - a 2 + 1 performance twin
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This twin fin right here, the one on the left, has a lot of people talking. This latest variant of the performance twin fin model is bringing new, flourishing, joy/filled life and health and glide and speed and free-ness with grip and buckets of glory galore…it’s called the #Twinstitchsurfboard and it uses the bottom line and rocker of the #Zipstitchsurfboard combined with the outline and rails of the #Twinturbinesurfboard / a wider nose, narrower tailed, single-wing swallow with a slot channel through the tail for extra traction. @petemendia tells me, “I feel like I’m losing my mind on this thing!”

For those of you that love the Zipstitch, this twin fin / 2+1 counterpart would be a slightly looser favorite.

Ideal conditions: knee high to head high, mushy or hollow…works best on overhead and hollow days with thruster set-up.

Experience: intermediate through advanced.
Designed for: free-riding gull gaffs, and super-speeding needle threading

Todd’s picks for traction, fins, & other board essentials

2+1 Twin FCSII MR

 

2+1 Twin Futures TA Twin + F2 trailer

 

construction options & pricing

Polyester/Polyurethane

$950+
traditional foam & fiberglass - starting at ...

Proxy epoxy/EPS

$1100+
3-5 x the strength & durability of a poly, lighterweight & slightly more buoyant

Proxy Ridiculite Carbon Reinforced

$1200+
the springiest and whippiest of the standard Proxy lineup. Ultra Ultra light with strategic carbon reinforcement on stringer & tail. Great for grovelers.

Proxy w/ High Density Foam Stringer

$1250+
Proxy epoxy with high density foam stringer for a unique flex characteristic
stringerless Proxy epoxy with carbon reinforced rails
(an upgrade of our Proxy epoxy / EPS construction) a stringerless epoxy construction that uses an innegra webbing outer shell for a springier, smoother flex pattern.
any of our Proxy epoxy iterations with the addition of strategically placed carbon/kevlar mesh
a board that has the whippy feel of an epoxy with the rail hold of a poly

Jarrah in Australia and Jacob at Malibu test the TwinStitch Performance Twin in a variety of conditions

A Word from the Shaper:

So what are those little dug out steps in the wings for anyway? Ok, I’ll tell you…this is afreshly shaped 5’10” x 20” x 2 9/16” 32L#Twinturbine #Performancetwinner for my friend Erik.

Erik rips in the barrel. I’ve seen him get so slotted with goofyfootstyle like Bobby and come flyin out with the spit so many times. He needed something to keep him in the water when it’s small; and something fast and easy. Erik is one of those rare friends that is as psyched as you to just go surf. No silly banter gossip about stuff that doesn’t matter; no insecure testing your patience with put downs like people that become a little too familiar with you and let their true colors come out…and you find they just want to get something from you not just share good times with you. So here’s to simple frothy real compadres that keep it positive and tell you to keep on fighting the good fight (like a good big brother would do). Anyway, that’s who’s getting this board…and now on to those step rails back in the tail. They simply create a more sensitive bite in the wave face back where the fins knife in and engage. Like having a nice thinned out rail under your back foot, but keeping plenty of foam in the tail so you can sink the rail and have it push back and zing outta turns. So…there you go…daz wut dat duz.

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