Ive said it before
I’ll say it again
dont put a fin on prematurely
let the little nipper surf it till he can ride it well enough to make it go
WITHOUT THE FIN
when he can direct it fairly well with out it ,then fin it.
theory has to do with board control and rail turning
somewhat missing in contemporary dynamix
case in point - all the body riders ,paipo and boogie spawn alike
did very very well without fins
does dad wanna repair fins?
put on on as testimony that you wish to repair fins
do you wanna police the ‘dont stand on your board on the ground you will break the fin’ rule? put on the fin as a testimony that you do
do you want to have your 10 year old out surfing in a pack of hungry greedy
sharing benevolent suportive self agrandizing expert kuks?
without a fin the unridden soup reforms backwash sand slide up the beach down the berm waves are the empty gleefull playground of the creative adaptive mind that hopefully we can tap in every 10 year old, and nurture
experimental kid miguel
I made him a board and followed this plan
the week before last report was miguel navigating a 12’ paddle board , a bark surftech? for a hundred yards through reforms and shooting the jetties…
duh is this skills that come from … contemporary cirriculum?
I’m thinking we should enter the lad in the stand up paddle race on the bark to kic some old guy on a 30’’ wide board butt…
ah but I do have my perspective
put as many fin as you wish
they are all drag producing
unless they are retractable.
do they call it a skeg because it is an addictive substance?
or is that skag?
make em removeable and dont install 'em
we are constantly teaching the littles
they watchh very closely.