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Twice Fish

Twin Fin is twice the Fun, that is exactly what led us to the latest addition in the KANOA Board Range. The Twice Fish.

This classic Retro Fish has everything you expect from a Twin Fin: style, easy take-offs, manoeuvrability and smooth turns.

Please note: This board features Futures fin boxes.

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Activity: Ocean Surfing
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PERFORMANCE

Surf Level:
Intermediate, Advanced, Pro
Agility:
Very Smooth, Smooth, Medium
Wave Size:
Very Small (<2ft), Small (2-3ft), Medium (4-5ft)

FEATURES

2 FIN

FISH

MODERATE ROCKER

THIN RAILS

COMPARE BOARD SIZES

Size Width Thickness Volume Price
5'6 21 1/4 2 1/2 32 l 585,00 
5'9 21 5/8 2 5/8 35 l 589,00 
6'0 22 2 5/8 37 l 595,00 
6'3 22 1/4 2 5/8 39 l 599,00 

Twice Fish

Retro Twin Fin Fish

Twin Fin is twice the Fun!

A classic Retro Fish outline with a touch of modern shaping knowledge will get you the best out of two worlds. Endless float, immediate acceleration and that unique sensation of a Twin Fin Fish turn. With its wide nose formed into a generous V, the Twice Fish will help you to paddle fast and catch even the weakest wave. The wide tail and the long double concave will let you hover through any flat section while a classic keel fin will keep you stable at higher speeds and glue you into the wall in steeper waves. 

Following the roots of our best selling Fish’n Chixx, the Twice Fish is a Must Have in everyone’s quiver.

"Sick all-round Fun Board... I don’t surf Twin Fins that often, but this one got me hooked. I could generate speed very easily in flat sections. It holds the rail nicely when doing power carves, but is also loose when you want it to be. A very colourful board, but in the water it looks and feels awesome! Overall, if you want a board that will help you reach maximum stoke level, I 100% recommend the Twice Fish! Chur."
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