Josh Kerr says he’s always dabbled with different boards but around six years ago he became infatuated with twin fins. He estimates he’s been surfing twinnies “full time” for three years now. And in that time it’s fair to say Kerr has become the most visible face in leading the progression of twin-fin surfing.
“As soon as I kinda got off tour, I started really heavily diving into it,” he says. “(Because) I knew it kinda fit my way of surfing.”
Meanwhile, twin fins have been undoubtedly growing in popularity among everyday surfers as well, with more surfers mirroring Kerr’s venture into exploring different equipment. And along with that, Kerr is becoming a valuable gatherer of knowledge in mechanics and technique. Here, he pairs up with Kale Brock, producer of the popular and very informative instructional YouTube page. Brock has a way of breaking down and articulating surfing’s mechanics that is very easy for the everyday surfer to digest. And Kerr has a well of techniques that could make anybody a better surfer. Together, they’re a solid online coaching team.