Welcome to the review of the Chilli Surfboards Sugar Twin Fin!
The Sugar I have been riding is a stock 5’6 x 20 ¾ x 2 7/16 @ 31.2 liters
I’ve been lucky enough to be surfing the Sugar right across summer and across a whole variety of conditions from 1 foot onshore slop, through to some pretty fun waves in the 4ft+ range, and the Sugar has performed across all these conditions.
Intrigued by the Sugar after seeing Lee Wilson from Bali surfing it and drawing some different lines you don’t normally see on a “Fish” I had to check it out.
The Sugar has the flow of a fish with its generous outline and nice distribution of foam, but the key thing that differentiates it from other fishes and adds to its performance is the fin setup. The Sugar has its fins set back slightly, and this allows you to ride an upright twin fin in the board, and while you can still surf it with a keel fin, I loved the way it would pivot off the upright twin fin.
I rode two different sets of fins in the Sugar which were both from Futures and they were the T1, and then when I wanted a bit more hold I went with the EN by Futures. If you are an FCS user then I think the MR and the Power Twin are the fin sets you’d be looking at.
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