Town & Country Surfboard 'SINR' by Glenn Pang - 5'9"
Town & Country Surfboard 'SINR' by Glenn Pang - 5'9"
Town & Country Surfboard 'SINR' by Glenn Pang - 5'9"
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Town & Country Surfboard 'SINR' by Glenn Pang - 5'9"

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The Sinner model from Town & Country Surfboards is designed by luminary Hawaiian shaper Glenn Pang. It is a modern performance twin fin, set with an additional fin box so it can also be ridden as a 2+1 set up. Think along the lines of the Album Twinsman, a a contemporary performance twin with enough foam for paddling and wave catching but that is super fast and loose. This board will fly!

*PLEASE NOTE: This model is delivered with the Town & Country artwork which features the triple Yang Yang framed by multi colour text graphic to both rails. on white not just the single Ying Yang. Shape and dimensions are as published.

A modern spin off of the Saint board model, the SINR (The Sinner) is the newest addition to the Town & Country twin fin line up. It's great for any surfer looking to ride a fun & lively twin fin in waist to head high surf. The SINR has a deep single to double concave that lets the surfboard carry a lot of it's own speed in smaller surf. A deep single channel exiting out the tail also adds a lot more drive and makes it less likely to slide out than a traditional twin fin.  Should be ordered 3” to 4” shorter and 1/2” to 3/4” wider than your standard shortboard. Designed by legendary Hawaiian shaper Glenn Pang.

Dimensions: 5'9" x 20" x 2 5/8" = 34.25L

Fin Set Up: FCS2 - Thruster or Twin's plus Trailer (fins not included)

Designed for Novice, Intermediate and Advanced level surfers.

Performs well in Beach BreaksReef Breaks and Point Waves.

The SINR goes well in waves from: Knee High to Head High.

[Can be ridden into overhead sized waves when you add in the small trailer fin if riding as a twin.]

Glenn Pang

For those unfamiliar with Glenn Pang’s work, he has been a mainstay at Town and Country since the early 80’s, and has worked with surf Legends spanning decades, from Martin Potter and Marvin Foster, to Billy Kemper and Kekoa Bacalso. Many of today’s top professional surfers such as Kanoa Igarashi and Frederico Morais, that come to Hawaii for the winter to compete, also look to Pang’s expertise, especially when it comes to boards that perform well in the heavy waters of Haleiwa, Sunset, and Pipeline. But aside from the professional surfing realm, Pang has made a career out of crafting boards that surfers of any skill level can enjoy. 

Through every phase and fad of surfboard evolution the decades brought, what has remained constant with Pang is the pursuit of the next and better board model. “For me, you can never be satisfied with a board,” he proclaims. “There’s always a better design, there’s always a better board.” As an avid surfer himself, the process of finding that next great board begins under his feet.  “I would never ride the same boards as the team. I was always making that next board. Once I got something that worked well for me, I’d give it to the team and say, ‘try this, tell me what you think’, make changes and fine tune it from there.” Pang continues, “To me, that’s one of the best parts of the job, getting to try something that you created and designed. The other great part is when the surfers do well on your boards or win a contest on your boards, that’s hard to beat too.”

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