I started working on the Party Animal in 2016, strongly influenced by Neal Purchase Jnr designs. At first it looks like a very simple board, a clean full-ish outline ending in a round pin tail.
What is surprising about this board is the speed that is generated from the very moment you stand up on the wave to every turn that you make. The Party Animal can hold on those hollower days, when a pure twin fin might not; it´s also a board that likes to turn and to be put on rail. The front fins are supposed to be slightly wider than your average thruster fin sets, the rear fin is meat to be a trailer, a set up that gives the board hold on longer drawn out turns.