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Most surfers are at least vaguely familiar with the shape of a fish but what most don’t know is that the original design came from the needs of kneeboarders.
In the late 60’s kneeboarding was more common than it is now and since it was useful to kick in to waves with fins like modern bodyboarders do, the split tailed pin allowed kneeboarders to have a place to rest their fins on the board, where they would just hang off the edge creating drag if they were surfing a pin tail.
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Very cool, short video that gives an inside look in to Chris and his shaping process in Huntington Beach
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Thank you Carrozza Surfboards for sponsoring this episode and giving me this board for free. Thank you Futures Fins for giving me these fins for free. All opinions are my own.