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Discussion in 'Surfing' started by Finward, Aug 15, 2013.
Ole's handy work:
While picking up a new custom from Marc Andreini, He let me fondle a balsa board he had just made. It was stunning to say the least! He was dyeing to ride it but, said it's going in a show soon and can't chance damaging it.
If I had the funds for a balsa... Id give Marc a call
And... what Benny said in his last paragraph is dead on!
Looking forward to see what you end up with
Thanks for the input guys I believe I made my choice.
.......aaaaaaand? The suspense is killin' us.
Killing me as well.
heck, if I could, I wood.
Man, you got the Summer flatness buy-a-board-or-three fever for sure...
You are not alone. :?
Roach, what did you do with your BB pintail you had at the Fla Gathering a couple years back when Bill was there? If you still have it, PM me so none o' these other feverish fuckers can have a go at it!
Custom brand new I would think $3,500ish from someone proficient.
Obviously less for a non-vintage used one.
I think ( hope, please Zeus make it be ) Chris has decided to go back to school and become a PA which makes me feel like I need to get myself something pretty since I will have to hold off for the 2 years I will be paying for school.
Two words for you if you do this
listen to dacoach
Balsa boards are a total trip and a ton of fun. I have a solid pig and a chambered noserider. I agree with Warrior, get it chambered if you can. It took me a bit to get used to surfing them. You have to start every move a second earlier than on a foam board. The glide and momentum is awesome. Hope you can pull it.