The 'Lady Twin' from the Basque Country's Pukas is a mid length oozing with contemporary design savvy. Riding the wave of demand for this fun and stylish category but not willing to rest on it's laurels. This board pushes the design capabilities of the mid length surfboard, incorporating contemporary theory of rocker, volume, rail profile and more. Yet at the same time revisiting the best of previous era design, such as with it's channeled tail and twin fin set up.
* Please Note: This is a Futures Fin System set up as per the 'hero' photo shot'.
The midlength 'Lady Twin' is designed for exploring and growing the possibilities of mid length surfing while bringing greater speed, maneuverability and hold. Finesse and performance. Yet as with all mid lengths it can be purely enjoyed for the extra waves you will catch and the ease of paddling, due it's greater volume and size.
- Dimensions: 6'10" x 21.13" x 2.91"
- Volume: 44.15 litres
- Fin Set Up: Futures (Fins Not Included)
- Construction: PU (Polyurethane Foam + Polyester resin)
- Glass: Standard - Classic White
- Finish: Sanded
*Here is what Pukas themselves have to say on the board model:
MID LENGTH | A channeled mid length twin fin? Yes please.
'If you like surfboards you will probably love twins, you will also presumably love channeled surfboards and appreciate the beauty of long drawn high lines. Well, how does the aesthetics of the Lady Twin do for inspiration?
Day dreaming on surfing with class is a must. The moment you stand up on a craft like this your movements transform and you can reach those levels of clarity and lucidity. It does take a stylish surfers to do so and a proper board design helps.
The tail channels were a big hit in the early nineties. Ever wondered why channels disappeared from surfboard design? Well, they are hard to handcraft and difficult to master. However, Axel and the team at Pukas want them back.
Press hard with your back foot and feel the reaction. The glassier and hollower the conditions the more you will feel that extra push. The water channeling through and being pushed, adding extra grip and acceleration. It’s just too good not to have in your quiver.
The sharper rails combine greatly with the wider outline and the twin style. It’s such a maneuverable mid length! Don’t be afraid on going longer in size. If you want to experiment with the benefits of midlengths, then stay above 6’10” at least'.