Kolohe Andino’s signature fins & traction have a fresh new look.
Designed for fast, explosive turns and lofty airs, Brother’s signature fins continue to offer a lively mix of drive, pivot and release while thriving in overhead conditions.
“My template is a really good all-round fin. It feels fast & loose, which are two super cool things for everyday surfing. It feels like you don’t need to ride the best waves of the session to rip on them.” – Kolohe Andino.
Featuring a high tail kick and channels for extra resistance, the Kolohe Andino Traction is now available in six different colour variants, as well as two different colours for the grom sized grips.
“The best thing about my grip I think are the channels that sit back on the kick. I’m literally able to grab my pad and my board to push hard of lift-off… also the tighter grooves mean there’s no room for my foot to slip at all.”
SurFebruary is a fun annual event in February, where participants raise money for cancer research by catching a wave or getting in the water every day – rain, hail or shine.
This episode sees Rich catch up with Mick Fanning on his recent trip to the US to chat about what he’s been riding, the development of his iconic fin template and how he came to embrace the FCS II system.