What Joshua Keogh says about the Salsa Twin:
‘The salsa twin is a collaboration between myself and Jasson Salisbury. Coming into winter and having spent the best part of 12 months exclusively riding the Monad, Salsa wanted something with a bit more length and paddle power to tackle the winter swells. Having ridden a lot of round tails whilst living in Indonesia he was keen to explore that avenue again but didn’t want to disengage from the feelings he was getting on a twin fin. The first iteration of the Salsa Twin was May 2017 and since then the board has evolved to become arguably the most versatile design I make.
It’s a relatively simple design. The outline is a continuous clean curve, It has a pretty mellow rocker and reasonably uncomplicated bottom countours with some Vee around the back foot. The rails are reasonably full and not that dissimilar to a contemporary shortboard. There are 4 channels under the back foot set within the vee, this interaction is one of the most pivotal components of the design.’
What people are saying about it:
“Wouldn’t mind spectating this go down.” – user beaucram on Instagram
“Oh that’s nice! Left hand points here I come!” – user crustaceus_cram on Instagram
“Beautiful curves on those👏👏” – user im0b0b on Instagram
“Epic outlines.” – user ryanlovelace on Instagram
“Lookin’ the goods mate.” – user keyointl on Instagram
Available in lengths 5’9 / 5’11 / 6’1 / 6’3 / 6’5
Here’s a video of the Joshua Keogh Salsa Twin:
And here are pictures we found on Instagram:
Do you own a Joshua Keogh Salsa Twin? How did it go?
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