DK has always had a knack for the Twin Keel Fish so that’s what we got.
Handshaped and glassed by DK, these boards feature the first batch with our new Surfy Surfy Surfboards logo.
We got a 5’5″, 5’7″ and 5’9″
Proper Twin Keel Fish surfing technique demonstrated by Ryan Burch (shaped and glassed by himself).
It’s all one big happy family here in the Surfy’verse, join the the Fish movement! (again).
DK (Denis Kane) shaped this little trippy board for the bros in Singapore.
The classic twin keel Fish brought to you by twenty-something whippersnapper, D.J. Kane. Relocated from his mom’s front porch in Ocala, Florida to downtown funky Leucadia, California, D.J. has become the go to shaper for performance minded retro enthusiast internet surf junkies.
This hot little 5’5″ is D.J.’s take on the classic keel fish. Think speed hauling through the mush section and laying down a big solid turn on the inside sandbar. Built with the only practical working fin system for keels, the Lokbox means you can slip this puppy into your travel bag so you won’t wishing you had your Fish when you are 1000 miles away from home.
Available at Surfy Surfy Surf Shop. Also in stock is an identical 5’8″.
|Jeff Nelson with his new DK Dialer.|
|Replica of Rich Pavel Speed Dialer shaped by D.J. Kane (aka DK).|
|Daggerbrush pinlines by Peter St. Pierre|
|Powered by the curved Lokbox Turbo fins.|
|The battle scared original and the new Cylon clone.|
|Jeff likes remote righthanders,|
|…but he will go left if he must.|
The blue Speed Dialer pictured was originally mine. Rich Pavel shaped it for me years ago during the beginnings of the new millennium Fish Movement.
I passed it along to my longtime surf bro Jeff Nelson who had never before ridden a Fish or a quad.
Jeff surfed the Pavel up and down the coast via his 35′ Trimaran, scoring all kinds of surf and putting the board and Turbo fins into all kinds of situations.
Jeff became a true believer in the design and wanting a backup board recently enlisted young Speed Dialer aficionado D.J Kane to shape him a replica.
Look for Jeff and his new board at some weird out of the way spot surrounded by sea life and grinning a big goofy grin.