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Greg Trotter shaped KC Twin Fin

By December 19, 2017 No Comments

Onshore mornings can be fun when you mix the craft. Today this 6’1 x 20 5/8ths x 2 3/4qtr Greg Trotter shaped KC Twin Fin and I plus 2-3 ft of punchy chop made the perfect Sunshine band ????????????

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