Door of Night
The asymmetrical twin fin named Door of Night was the product of working with Jordan Kudla for the better part of a year around Southern California and then further diving in with Jimmy Surf and Kale Cadam on the North Shore.
The goal was to build a surfboard that surprised people when it is flipped over when they realize it only has two fins. Performance, rail length, rocker, and nose shape give the first impression of a thruster shortboard, but the main difference being less drag with the omission of a center fin. Stability is compensated for through use of an asymmetrical gutter channel set in a deep single concave. A long, narrow, and curvy outline meant for keeping your feet planted make this a shortboard that has a liking for high performing surfing.
I have a high sense of excitement for where this surfboard has landed and the type of surfing that is the result. Built for better waves, but the size of surf intended can be geared towards the length desired. One of the few models that can be ordered at a variety of lengths with many people ordering 2-3 boards for different wave heights.
This board accomplishes the goal that was initially intended for the Second Breakfast. The Second Breakfast became a board better in small surf, not as versatile, and meant to be ridden on the shorter length. The Door of Night embodies the bones of the Ordainer, but with radical surfing in mind.
Keep in mind this surfboard is not for everyone. Inquire with me for any questions that arise.
Small to Very Large-sized waves
Ride this one 0-3 inches shorter than your height for standard
For a step up, inquire further as length with differ depending on sizes of surf intended
Kale with a 6' 4" x 18 1/2" x 2 7/16" and a 5' 10" x 18 1/2" x 2 3/8" at Backdoor/Pipe/Rockies