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These two models were introduced by G&S Surfboards in about 1971. See this original Ad published in Surfer Magazine. The Egg, developed largely by Skip Frye while he was shaping for G&S,  has never gone out of style, we just keep spinning it and adjusting it to keep it relevant. It's the most universal shape out there and everyone makes one. However, The Twin Fin came into style and then was forgotten for quite some time. With the "Mini Simmons" revolution, this type of board is getting attention once again. From Experience, we knew its limitations: Originally it was extra...

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Thrust or acceleration out of a turn depends on deflecting speed efficiently and upon capturing the wave's power at the instant a turn is being completed. "Capturing Power" is done by resistance or bite from fin, rail, and bottom surface.

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