Asymmetrical surfboards have actually dated back to the mid-'60s via master craftsman Carl Ekstrom. Today, after a push into the windsurf world during the '80s, the asymmetrical setup is taking surfing to another level of performance. With Ryan Burch as the clear reviver, shapers like Ryan Lovelace and Matt Parker have experimented with their own twists on the concept, leaving surfers baffled with fascinating acceleration and very high top-end speed. Our unbiased regular and goofy offering links a smaller twin fin for toe side and quad fin for the heel side. If you've got an asym surfboard, you need asym fins!