The Sea Gypsy has a deep single concave under the front foot for fast entry speed into a unique double-barrel concave through the tail, helping the board manoeuvre rail to rail. Because the concaves are so deep the board surfs best with a single fin with side bites specifically designed to help the board tackle steep take offs as glide high and fast across the face of the wave.View Specs
7'2 COSMIC TWIN
Hi guys, used the board today for the first time. I honestly did not have a clue how it would surf. I surf mainly twin keels under 6’ (Mini Simmons and Fish) this is my first large twinny…Today it was small but with good shape, started surfing it as a longboard but ended up having a lot of fun, great flow and the board felt loose. I was able to throw it around, super user-friendly…caught a million waves, it blew my mind…can't wait to surf it in better larger waves…
Thanks again, amazing board!!!
6'4 SEA GYPSY
Had my 6'4 Sea Gypsy for a few weeks now and am completely in love with it.
Paddles really well - feels great underfoot - fast and loose, and has that "glide" I was hoping for, surfs like a dream.
A beautiful board with that unmistakable hand made feel to it. Arrived on time - great service - couldn't be happier with it - Get One!
The Tomahawk is a classic twin fin for medium size reefs and bigger beachbreak days through winter. The traditional outline from the late '70s mixed with modern concaves, subtle rocker and foil in the rails provide tonnes of speed and drive. Tested in Australia, Hawaii and Indonesia. The Tomahawk is the ultimate wing swallow twin fin designed to steer you through every section on every wave at high speeds.
*Now also available with a QUAD fin system.VIEW DIMENSIONS
Designed and tested in Australia during WINTER 2020, one of the most memorable surf seasons of all time, the Sea Gypsy Mk2 has what we call hot rod upgrades that love long fast lines. — slight vee entry through the nose into spiral vee out of the tail. Modifications have also been made to width and outline, pulling in the tail and lowering the rail.
Ride as a single plus side or a straight single-fin.