EN are big and too stiff (giggity) for me in most boards so far.That EN fin looks really good. Do you have a favorite out of all of them?
They just came out I think. Designed for the Black Baron I believe. They also have a JS Keel designed for the Red Baron in same construction. Fit and finish seems good. I think in the right board they will be good but in the Twinsman they felt similar to EN's. Big. Good hold and drive but lost some of the fun twinny looseness.Never seen those JS twins before
I'm not sure and can't check at the moment. I think they are similar though and fairly "normal" as opposed to the EN which are low and Drab which have a lot of cant.What is the cant like on the TA's and NVS Albums? It surprised me how much less cant the NVS TK twins I got have. Still haven't had a chance to test them because I've been getting crushed at work. Hopefully test driving this weekend.
Yes my AO I run the TA twin set which is TA take on MR template in fiberglass. Take a different line aggressive approach once you embrace just as good feeling. First you need to remove training wheel. Then try doing a huge carve over or under close out section instead of floating itRiding MR twin plus trailer made some crazy sections, but with the twin I really have to be more decisive?
Im used to the spontaneity of thruster when making last minute beach break changes on waves.
Anyone have any experiences with this?
Two or three end sections I ended up doing a floater or light rentry when I wanted to drop the hammer on a snap or slidey carve,
That or this fish is slightly wider than I like and that combined w fin size has me really having to think about getting it sidwayz
Yes im back in the office slamming coffee and neurotically analyzing my surfing