Originally a one-off hand shape for Michael Townsend to see what would happen if we took a mid length and made it a twin fin and then added some asymmetric magic to it. The first one was a hit and has since spawned hundreds of customs and a new cult following that finds it hard to ride anything else. One of the only boards that can beat the crowd on a knee-high day and get barreled on an 8-foot slab. New riders on them are always blown away by the maneuverability and by how much you can bury the rail. It’s the perfect mix of a longer rail, twin-fin speed, freedom and that asym magic that lets you roll over on rail like nothing else.