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DHD - MINI TWIN II by Darren Handley - 5'3" x 20 1/4 x 2 1/4 x 28L. - DHD80044

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DHD MINI TWIN II by Darren Handley | 5'3"

· TECHNICAL ASPECTS ·

· Model: DHD Mini Twin II

· Size: 5'3" x 20 1/4 x 2 1/4

· Volume: 28L

· Construction: PU (Polyurethane Foam + Polyester resin)

· Glass: Stock Glassing — Deck 4x4oz / Bottom 4oz

· Finish: Sanded

Rocker — Medium to Low

· Concave — Single to Double with Vee

· Carbon — Carbon Reinforced Fin’s & Tail

· Leash: Not included. Browse our leash selection here. For this model chose a  6' long leash.

· Fin system: FUTURES - Twin (2 fins)

· Fins: not included. 

 

 

 

Featuring a medium to low rocker, a wider outline, a shallow swallow tail and 2 channels in between the fins the Mini Twin II is designed to be surfed 2” shorter than the Mini Twin. Helping you disperse bumpy water away efficiently makes it lively & perfect for 1-3ft summer waves, beach breaks, point breaks and reef breaks. Just what you need right now.

 

 

Now, about the concaves. 


Used to channel the direction of the water flow under the surfboard towards the fins and also allowing air to get under the surfboard when you are surfing they increase both the sensitivity and speed of the board. 

The MINI TWIN II features a double concave around the fins, that will redirect the flow of water through your tail and around your fins giving you the speed you want. This also helps create some lift and control when you are surfing off your back foot. The blending into the Vee right out the back of the board will add to your control and allow you to snap from rail to rail a little easier. The swallow tail with channels is there to give you the extra bit of speed.

 

Luke Hynd and how to effortlessly love a DHD Mini Twin II.