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Alpha Omega Twin Fin Fever!

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.
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See also previous post about labeled Alpha Omega: clicky clack

Ellis Ericson’s Craigslist Bonzer

If you are on Instagram you might have caught that groovy Australian surf star and second generation shaper Ellis Ericson picked up a 1990’s Campbell Brothers 5 fin Bonzer off Craigslist for $100.
6’4″ x 18 1/4″ x 2 5/8″

Ellis just released this short video of him riding it at crowded Lowers:

New Spew from Ellis Ericson on Vimeo.

He’s got the Knost flex fin in there instead of the official center Bonzer fin.

Ellis has a pretty interesting blog to look at: