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After a terrible winter of snow and construction in front of the shop, Eric is looking forward to the summer and the swap. We have to push the date back a little in hopes that most of the construction out front will be complete. Hopefully the later date helps with foot traffic and sales. Support your local businesses and stop in and buy something.

Sunday, June 1st

In front of:
Beach House Surf Shop
517 Main Avenue (Route 35)
Bay Head, NJ 08742

As always, expect plenty of longboards, vintage, retro, some shorties, etc. Some really good deals to be had.

If you know what you are bringing, post it up in the thread and/or shoot me a PM. I will get a list together and post it everywhere I can. See you there.



Hi all... just hoping you can clear up something for me. I believe Tyler shapes and glasses all his craftsmen boards but wondering who shapes and glasses the Tyler Series boards.. does he still shape them?
Any help much appreciated... I have emailed them direct but not heard yet and patience isn't one of my best virtues... sorry!
Thanks in advance for any info you can share...
I know this is not a surfing related topic, but this is something that I am very passionate about also.

I will be riding in the Tour de Force this September, I will be part of NHteam which is myself and two brothers who are police officers in Rindge NH and Winchendon MA we will be riding from Boston to New York City over 4 days. Everything raised for this goes to fallen police officers families killed in the line of duty.

Below is a link explaining more about the ride, I appreciate the time you take just to read about the ride, and if you donate that is greatly appreciated. Feel free to pass this along to friends, family, co-workers. Word of mouth is the greatest marketing source!


Thank You

Brian Hansen
you know you read it!! help the king of stoke out.

So I've got a board I'm shaping. Would love to hear what people would do with this board from here!! I'm stumped right now and would love some inspiration design wise

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Hey guys,
I don't know much about vintage skate stuff but I came into buying 250 pristine, uncut skate deck blanks from the 80's. I could have the guys that shaped them at the time write them up and I even have the original stencils. They are all stencils of the Powell boards and others during the time. If anyone could quote their worth because there are so many I cant hang on to them. Should I cut and sell as my skateboards which I wanted to do or get authentication and sell uncut?

Cooperfish Burner 10'10" VG Condition $1,050

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I'm thinking of more of a performance longboard...9-4 x 22 x 3, with a rounded pintail.
Any thoughts or experience on fin set ups?
I am helping a friend sell some boards and then two of my own. I took the pics at dusk, so please excuse the reflections. There are not fin box or major repairs, they are reflections. Just want to make sure that is understood.

First up is a 6'9" Josh Hall Fish Simmons Quad. It has an FCS system and comes with the Josh Hall quad set fins. The board is in very good condition with a couple of professional repairs and a few minor scratches. $450 Firm.

Second, is a 9'6" Tyler Warren Salinas Pintail. The board is in very good to excellent condition, with the exception of one ding towards the nose (sealed), 1 small snackle, and a few minor scratches. Asking $650 with no fin.

Third is my 10' Ohana Kemp Simmons. This board has is fairly thick, but super fun. I learned to cross step on this board and it will nose ride as well. There is a previous thread with a ton of pics of it linked below as well. It has it's share of dings and bruises, but is water tight and overall in good condition. I am asking $400 Firm.


Fourth is a Ryan Lovelace Flex Spoon. Very good condition. Has a few scratches, but no repairs. Asking $850 ($3K new)

Last, is my 9'1" DXTR Darkhorse. It has it's share of dings and repairs, but is water tight and ready to go. Was a great board. My son decided he is too cool to surf now, but no need to keep it around. I will shoot pics this afternoon (I didn't forget for those of you that asked) $250 and no fin. Firm.

Oh, let's add the 9'6" Harbour Pope Bisect that is still here. It is in great condition. Includes the case, fin, and some extra parts as well. $400 Firm.

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