Alex knost quiver

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by worm, Mar 7, 2007.

  1. worm

    worm Member

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    transworld has a shot and list of some of al's boards

    http://www.transworldsurf.com/surf/gohuge/0,20086,1596785-0,00.html

    here's a shot of al from friday (from newport surf shots)

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  2. slideright

    slideright Member

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    I would love to try his sig log.

    Narrow nose wide point back.
     
  3. jimjim69

    jimjim69 New Member

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    In my yoga class, I do a pose like that, and, let me tell you, it's hard to do. Imagine doing this on a wave--on the nose. Wow!
     
  4. Stef

    Stef Active Member

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    sharp park
    heck, i think the only way i could / or have found myself in that position is when i am trying to save myself from falling !

    cool stuff - always like to see others quivers, a few years ago longboard did a westcoast quivers that was really cool. he was a part of it. as was tyler , joel , cj, erik sommers and some others, wonder how it compares to back then. can't wait to get home and look. thanks for sharing.
     
  5. Jaimo

    Jaimo Active Member

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    He's practicing for when he retires..........

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  6. faceplant

    faceplant New Member

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    No doubt pulling off the psuedo-yoga move is difficult on a moving surfboard- but my question is why?? Pure hotdogging with little function- I say minus style points, very showy and the wetsuit as gotta go.



    worm wrote:
     
  7. slideright

    slideright Member

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    SO your saying all moves have to be functional?

    You cant just have fun?
     
  8. dand

    dand New Member

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    faceplant wrote:
    Define function...
     
  9. faceplant

    faceplant New Member

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    Staying in the pocket, keeping trim, cutting back to find more juice in a wave..these things define function for me. Listen, I appreciate what Alex is able to do- clearly a super talented individual, who do all the things I just said- I just don't dig these types of moves.... too flashy... for me! I was just hoping to get a conversation going on people's approach to loggin..
     
  10. enchilladas

    enchilladas New Member

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    faceplant wrote:
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