Wolf Shapes Tweed fish 5'6
5'6 x 20 3/8 x 2 1/4
The tweed fish is a worthy daily driver for the average to advanced surfer in beach, reef, or point breaks. The classic full fish nose template gives immense paddle power and the side cut rear removes the width under the back foot that a traditional keel fish has, enabling a smooth and sensitive rail to rail transition through turns. The sidecut outline also acts as what I refer to as a rail concave, harnessing the water flow and releasing it at an accelerated rate. The tweed bottom is flat in the nose and has a single concave running through the back two thirds increasing most out of the tail to increase the centerline rocker between the fins for looseness. In regards to other fish the tweed is often thinner and narrower than a tradition fish, and there are two variations for different waves; a shorter and not so thin foil that excels in anything from knee high to overhead, and a longer thinned out foil that excels in steeper faces from knee high to double over head. Regardless it is a great groveler that opens up in better conditions.
Both fishes are varial foam, a performance foam that is 25% lighter and 30% stronger than a tradition PU blank with stringer. In addition it has a very tight cell structure and uniform density that creates desired flex patterns and lively feel. In addition they glassed in epoxy. This is a bulletproof construction that will last a lifetime.