True Ames “Dewey Weber” Hatchet Fin 10″ & 10.75″

Remember this famous logo! I had it on my ’39 Ford – pride of place – along with Hobie and Greg Noll. Growing up in the 60’s this man Dewey Weber was a true surfing legend – “the man on wheels” was quick, stylish and boy did he go fast! I remember Gordon Clark speaking affectionately about him. The Dewey Weber Hatchet Fin was designed by Dewey in 1965. The original template was a massive 18” and was called the ‘Turn Fin’, before adopting the nickname, the ‘Hatchet Fin’. Once the function of the fin was set, Dewey worked on a profile that would be synonymous with the Weber Performer & Dewey Weber Surfboards. Today we offer two sizes, and these have been used in many traditional longboards with great results. Just two sizes – these cover your options. Only a couple in stock both in classic Weber Red – hard to get!

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Remember this famous logo? I had it on my ’39 Ford – pride of place – along with Hobie and Greg Noll. Growing up in the 60’s, this man Dewey Weber was a true surfing legend – “the man on wheels” was quick, stylish and boy did he go fast! We remember Gordon Clark speaking affectionately about him.

The Dewey Weber Hatchet Fin was designed by Dewey in 1965. The original template was a massive 18” and was called the ‘Turn Fin’, before adopting the nickname, the ‘Hatchet Fin’. Once the function of the fin was set, Dewey worked on a profile that would be synonymous with the Weber Performer & Dewey Weber Surfboards. Today we offer two sizes, and these have been used in many traditional longboards with great results. Just two sizes – these cover your options. Only a couple in stock – 10″ and 10.75″ – both in classic Weber Red – hard to get!