All the boards you've ever owned

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by aloha73, Nov 28, 2017.

  1. Veterano

    Veterano Well-Known Member

    Aug 29, 2013
    .... hmmmm, where to start.
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  2. Driftwood

    Driftwood Active Member

    Dec 2, 2014
    A lot of neat boards on that list...
    At my size (6'5"), the only sub-six foot board that I ever enjoyed was a 5'8" G&S twin that my friends thought was so-out-of-date in around '84. It was a buddy's who wouldn't sell it, wouldn't ride it out of shame, but let me ride it a bit. That board got me carving figure eights all the way to the beach at the Pumphouse and really jumpstarted my surfing.
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  3. cuda

    cuda Well-Known Member

    Aug 23, 2007
    jeeze... probably better fun to ask how many jamboarders have or have had one of my old boards.
    I used to keep track.

    All I can say for sure is a lot less than Vet.

    Funny thing is it's only been the last 15 years or so that I've made it a mission to try acquire and surf anything that interested me. Living in the northeast where quality used boards are few and far between meant that most of boards I've owned were acquired new. (...if only I'd bought Apple or Google stock)

    Before that it was 2 boards: a Takayama Double Ender and a Mabile (KG label) twinzer long fish.
    Before that an 10' Olympic speed shape by Bob English
    Before that a Plastic Fantastic bonzer
    Before that a pair of Churchills

    now let's list cars lol
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  4. shadydave

    shadydave Well-Known Member

    Mar 10, 2014
    Ayer Ma USA
    Haha, I’ve owned a lot of those as well and currently own 5 boards that were yours :cool:
  5. strez

    strez Active Member

    Mar 23, 2012
    Hamilton, Massachusetts
    Rhode Island is the gateway to New England...
  6. FirstPointEric

    FirstPointEric Well-Known Member

    That should be one hell of a list; one I think we're all looking forward to seeing.
  7. neighbor

    neighbor Member

    Feb 24, 2004
    9 something GS bought from a waterski store
    9-3 custom from SB
    10’ lisardi noserider big mistake
    3 or 4 communal boards that I’ve forgotten any details
    6’ reshape of a longboard
    7-4 parrish I borrowed and forgot again and again to return
    7-4 angell
    7-4 cult hero yello 18” wide board that was awful
    7-4 glued back together Channel Islands narrow pintail
    3 or 4 more boards I can’t remember
    7-4 cult hero custom I took on a trip and left there
    Several different cult hero boards w/mixed reviews
    8-0 Al Dove kitchen-sink quad swallowtail pig with foam fins
    10 year break from surfing
    7-4 thruster - wow, this is different
    9-0 super deep obscura cult hero “aussie” board was great
    10-0 original cult hero beauty that was a total dog
    10-0 local shaper custom ok board
    9-3 or 5 Yater one of my top 3 boards ever
    9-3 “high performance” underground good board
    Linden too short, patagonia bonzer too short, ET Pat Ryan kingfish cool board all from craigslist
    10’ Zinger very fun board
    7-4 original cult hero that was the best and last board i got from him
    9-8 junod i borrowed from the owner for 3 waves and then bought it in the parking lot
    9-3 patagonia/junod epoxy from craigslist
    9 something hobie fusion from craigslist
    9-8 CF v bottom interesting but not for me, real compliment magnet
    7-4 custom from great local shaper inspired by the kingfish
    9-11 WR almost too nice to ride
    9-8 WR semi beater to ride without fear of running into people
    Starting to lose interest in surfing due to injuries
    9-8 pintail that looked great but was a bit of a tank
    10’ old-decal junod outstanding
    Long term loan of a skip fry
    Backyard 9-4 pig that is a small wave wonder
    9-4 piggy board
    10-? glider
    8-0 imported foamie high volume downrailer
    5 ratty wetsuits
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