March 21, 2009

evolution of the eli twin pin mirandon fish

Nick Mirandon, my dad, on the left and Eli on the right ... from left to right, bear 1968 twin pin, nick twin pin single fin gun 1981, nick twin pin with three fin boxes (to be ridden as a single or twin, not tri)1981, eli twin pin mirandon fish 199?, eli twin pin fish 5'8" 2009 and eli twin pin fish 5'5" 2009


  1. Cool post. Love the fact that your dad has been making twin pins all these years. A pioneer in the fish movement. I give thanks to him. I love it.

  2. Super cool boards. Can you take more photos of the whole process that goes into making the board, that is interesting to me? Thanks!!

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  4. The boards look amazing Eli, I can't wait to get one of my very own. Tell your pops I say gday:)