I love my Campbell Brothers Alpha Omega Twin Fin that I got in 2011.
Check out those concaves!
The A/O is special because Malcolm puts the Light Vehicle bottom on these, a secret formula of hydrodynamics given to the Campbell Brothers by a race of aquatic aliens.
I recently had this board retrofitted with FCS plugs so I can run this little stablizer fin in it. One could argue that is a cop out, but being north of 40 it’s really helped me out with how freaking loose this thing is off the top. You can get one of these fins too: clicky
Super rad surf star Dave Rastovich just got 2 A/Os from Malcolm. Pictured is Surfy Surfy shop rat Jared picking up the boards at the factory for “Rasta” (we got J-Rad a breezy job at Billabong, a surf company that sponsors Rasta).
Expert surfer Taylor Knox recently picked up his A/O. He opted for a deep black opaque resin tint. Arthur C Clarke and Stan Kubrick approved.
Oh my, this here is an orphaned Alpha Omega Bonzer Twin Fin. It needs a home.
5’11” x 20″ x 2 9/16″
These surfboards are pretty rare. If you think you’ve got some performance twin fin skills then you should pick this thing up.
See also previous post about labeled Alpha Omega: clicky clack
Eric “Bird” Huffman from Bird’s Surf Shed checks out my Alpha Omega Bonzer Twin with shaper Malcolm Campbell.
No way! This never happens. It’s your chance to own one.
5’8″ x 19 3/4″ x 2 7/8″
*for the hardcore twin fin rider only.