Saint Surfboard Review

She's fast, good looking and a whole lotta fun.

Introducing Town & Country Surf Designs performance twin fin, the Saint.

We asked Coby Perkovich to take the Saint on a recent trip to Sumatra and give us his thoughts in the first edition of our Board Talk series.

You can check out the board review in the video below...

An icon of the mid 1980's, the Saint twin fin is a board made famous by 1989 ASP World Champion Martin Potter.

Designed by the legendary Hawaiian Master shaper, Glenn Pang, the Saint has been replicated and fine tuned for the modern era, featuring a fuller outline, into a single wing and swallow tail, with an unmistakable beak and thickness holding through the front of the board. 

In the words of Glenn Pang - "She's been cleaned up a bit from the original design, but is similar in respect to the overall design of the board and how it rides."

It is a great summer board. Plenty of volume for paddling and for dealing with lack luster conditions. But when the surf turns on, watch this board go!

If you're keen to get a Saint under your feet this summer, take a look at the individual board pages online (click a board image above to get to the page)

Aloha mate!