So apparently twin fins are not for decent critical waves, or for barrels and tight turns. That's what I keep getting told while trotting down to the beach with my twinnie.
"Oh, you are going to ride that?!.." are among comments forthcoming.
I have always had a bit of a different idea of twin fins myself and been lucky (and I do mean lucky) enough to have had some very well shaped examples. For me they are my go-to board. The one I dream about surfing in perfect conditions. You know what I mean. I am not saying that guys should paddle in at Nazare on one and I understand that every board has its limitations.
When I saw Torren Martyn getting involved on his twin fin at places you would not normally see one of these bi finned sticks, I was filled with justification and now had something new to step up to. Some lines to draw in my mind and above all, some twinnie stoke. Nothing like it.