Four-fin surfboard design invented in 1988 by shaper Will Jobson of Huntington Beach, California. Jobson's idea was to revitalize the twin-fin, a speedy and maneuverable small-wave board popular in the late '70s and early '80s that had proven to be terminally skittish. The introduction of the tri-fin design in 1981 quickly rendered the twin-fin obsolete. With the twinzer, Jobson corrected many of ...

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