Double Vision riders get to enjoy the drive and speed of a fish twinnie. More maneuverable and more responsive than thick, wider Fishes, it has a rewarding feeling, making it core-quiver material for anyone who tries one.
Bottom: Concave into V
Ideal waves: Intermediate – pro
Level: Beginner – Expert
– Inspired by classic fish shapes, the Double Vision evolved into a thinned-out version of the vintage Fish shape for more drive and speed
– The parallel outline, fish rocker, and the omitting of a center fin all contribute to a faster ride
– Production is finalized with a satin rub polish for a custom board finish.
– Wood center stringer for strength, flex, and rigidity, tying together the traditional PU build.
– FTU fin boxes (compatible with Futures® fins) on both sizes
The Double Vision comes with two FTU fin boxes (compatible with Futures® fins) and a set of keels.
|Length||Width||Thickness||Volume||Weight +/- 5%|
|5’6″||19 ⁷/¹⁶”||2 ⁵/⁸”||31 L||3.24 Kg|
|5’11”||21″||2 ³/⁴”||37 L||3.79 Kg|
|6’2″||22″||2 ⁷/⁸”||42.8 L||4.35 Kg|
|6’5″||22⁵/⁸”||3″||47.8 L||4.65 Kg|
Who’s the Double Vision PU for?
Fish shapes are quite versatile so you’re bound to see surfers riding them in a wide variety of conditions from mushy (or hollow!) beach breaks to reefs and points. For the average surfer, fish surfboards are especially good for cruisey and mellow reefs or beach breaks and long rippable points in the waist-high to overhead range because they’re super fast and easily generate speed which always helps in slower conditions.
You can surf a fish in big waves, if you’ve got the skills. On that note; anyone who’s tried a Double Vision has given it back with a smile on their face – it really is core-quiver material for anyone with average conditions at their spot.
Double Vision PU video
Double Vision PU Profile
Double Vision PU Construction
Double Vision PU construction diagram
Precision-CNC cut, shaped, laminated and finished by hand. With a natural flex pattern and reliable feel, PU has been the standard construction for many years in the surfing industry.
While not as durable or as light as boards laminated with epoxy resin, PU performs in all surf conditions and can be adapted to suit a wide variety of surfboard models.
– CNC-profiled, hand-shaped high-density polyurethane foam with a wooden stringer
– High-quality polyester resin and fiberglass hand laminated and sanded to a satin-rub or fully polished high-quality finish
– NSP designed FTU fin boxes (compatible with Futures Fins) on all models