It is time to get into the future. It is time to change to the style of the new generation; it is time to get on a twinser.
It all started a while ago, when Kauli decided that the most important thing for him was to have as many boards as he could. Try them. Change them. Test them. Change them again. Try them again,. Etc. From all this developement and with his defined and unique style, Kauli finally found the boards that work for him and also for the wave riding style of a new era.
For years we have been missing a change in wave riding style. Freestyle tricks have been added to the rides but not real changes had happened in the core of the riding style in years. You could actually watch Polakows first video and see pretty much the same style we have seen till today. But Kauli and his twinsers have made the difference, and finally, we have his boards available as production boards. The JP Twinser Wave 68, 76 and 84.
Twinsers allow you to turn tighter and be more loose. You might need to adapt your style a bit, but everyone who tries them, loves them.
Kauli’s words: “My Twinsers give you more drive, speed and control because there is always one of the fins in the water. With those boards you will be able to make super tight turns. With a single fin board this is not possible as the fin would be out of the water and you loose control. The cut back potential will just blow you away. The combination of speed, control and maneuverability is just unbelievable. Those boards will improve everyone’s wave riding as it is simply easier to work the waves harder”
Werner Gnigler’s words:
“The unique fin position and angle are set to maximize straight line speed and traction, comparable to that of a single fin board.
The length is kept rather short for a direct and responsive feel.
The boards are equipped with lots of curve in the outline, transitioning to a pointy and thin tail. The thin rails give excellent grip and allow the rider to push and accelerate through tight turns. Going from rail to rail becomes an awesome new experience.
For the bottom shape we use single and double concaves for maximum grip, control and comfort, allowing the rider to remain totally in charge even in big or choppy waves.
By using a rocker line with quite a bit of curve throughout we are able to keep the waterline short, allowing the rider to adjust the radius of his bottom turn at any time and giving the board a loose slashy feeling on the top turn.”
The boards are available in the PRO EDITION and in FULL WOOD SANDWICH:
– PRO EDITION in Carbon Kevlar, Biax Carbon Technology with G10 fins. Super Limited Silver Finish
– FULL WOOD SANDWICH Technology with Double Sandwich and Biax Carbon Reinforcements. Limited Finish.
*see details on chart on the left.
Photo Credit: JP