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Shaper's comments

The streamline twin has been a work in progress over the last few years, it’s a pretty good blend of a traditional twin fin with some progressive and modern touches. I wanted a twin fin that was versatile enough so that anyone from guys/girls on shortboards to people on traditional fishes and alternative boards could jump on it and have as much fun as possible, but still surf how they want.
Ideal weight 60-70kg
Wave Range 2-6 ft
Fin Setup Twin
Rail Type Low
Rocker Fairly Flat

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Sharper: Nathan Tummon Phone: 0474 792 820 Website:

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Tested by ss

First Impressions

At a glance, the STNDRD looks like a traditional twin-fin: short, flat rocker, thick, hard-edge rails, open bat-swallow: however it’s got the feeling of a brand-spanking high performance board: light and sparky. It looks like you can take it easy, cruise down the line and enjoy the flow of the twin, yet the lightness gives it an exciting twist, a sense that you could throw it around – slightly different to what you’d feel with a more traditional glossy twin fin. The volume feels spot on: you could ride it at a head high point break and never feel like you’d be stuck behind a section. Finally, the outline is sexy, it’s something you’d want to be seen running down the beach with.
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Tester's Comments

I rode the STNDRD in a mix of waves: My immediate thought when jumping on it was how loose and free it felt. In the already-fast and powerful waves of the Telo Islands, the looseness was almost overwhelming. However, once I dialled in on the rail, I was able to figure out how to get enough bite to really open up and start going top to bottom. Once I dialled this in, I loved it: I started driving through the top of the wave and was surprised by how much pop and squirt I got when hitting the lip. The shortness was liberating and in the barrel it held surprisingly well. The added volume allowed me slide in and lock into the tube. I’d love to add a board like this to my quiver.