Pukas Surfboard - PEGASO by Chris Christenson - 5´8” x 19 1/4 x 2 1/2 - 32,01L - PC00509
Model: PEGASO by Chris Christenson
Size: 5´8” x 19 1/4 x 2 1/2 - 32,01L
Construction: PU (Polyurethane Foam + Polyester resin)
Glass: Standard, Red Tint Opaque
Fin system: FCS II - Twin Fin
Fins not included. We recommend buying the FCS II Christenson Twin Fin set for the Pukas Pegaso. Click here to buy.
Pukas PEGASO by Chris Christenson
A more performance based twin fin when compared to the Chris Fish model, the Pukas Pegaso has a slightly more vertical approach to your surfing and handles bigger surf but still has that twin fin mentality. Out of all Chris Christenson’s twin fins, this is his A team’s favorite.
It can be surfed more aggressively in the pocket yet it still has good glide and drive. It’s a twin fin you can take to Indo or to your local beach break since it handles surf from 1ft-5ft.
How to order the Pegaso: 3-4 inches longer than your standard fish or 3-4 inches shorter than your daily performance shortboard. An average surfer that stands at 1m80cm and 70-75kg. should go for a 5’7″ or 5’8″.
Fins System – Future Systems black boxes exclusively. Fins – The Captain Fin Chris Christenson Twin Especial (Future System). It’s a multi-color solid fiberglass layup. Chris designed this fin to work well in your modern twin fin fish. It has an upright profile for pivot while still delivering the speed and the skatie feel that you love in a twin fin.
Recommended fin set for the Pukas Pegaso by Christenson
The Christenson Twin Fin set provides smooth and fast down the line speed.
From high performance twins to more traditional shapes, this is a perfect compliment to your twin fin. This set provides smooth and fast down the line speed.
- Designed to fit the FCS II Fin System.
- Recommended for all board types including fish, funboard and twin fin boards.
Performance Glass (PG) fins are machine cut from layers of solid fiberglass. These fins are stiff, and are widely used by pro level surfers because the integrity of the flex is maintained under immense force, and in the most extreme of conditions and situations.