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Discussion in 'Surfing' started by njrider, Aug 23, 2018.
Oh yes he does
Right around 36 to 78..right in there.
Any interest in a Anderson shaped - LIDDLE Death Machine - 7'6 ? only used a handful of times ? Either way will prob end up bringing to the swap.
Looking forward to hanging with some Jammers again! Had the pleasure of meeting Zippy (Rob) this weekend and it got me psyched to talk surfboards with the rest of the crew.
Eric always puts on an awesome day so I'm stoked, hope the weather holds up. Derek also came up with some really amazing shirt designs.
I'm definitely bringing:
7'8" Anderson edgeboard fish (9/10 condition)
7'8" 2+1 hull (self shaped, 9/10 condition)
6'2" Ross Concepts pintail (7/10 condition)
6'0" Channin singlefin (60's shape, 6/10 condition)
5'8" thruster (self shaped, 6/10 water tight but a bit banged up)
5'8" singlefin (self shaped, 8/10 condition, 1 repair)
the bottom 3 were all at the spring swap but probably priced too aggressively so i'll be knocking the prices back more.
Super cool design for next weeks Boardswap tees! Artwork @derpy_derek
Not trying to derail but I can’t make this swap bc it’s my sons birthday. Saw an ad on CL for the one this coming weekend at Brighton beach surf shop. Is that one even worth it, would be a drive from Long Island. Thanks.
Killer artwork Derek
Like the Tee's !!!!!!
We’ve got a few things going on the weekend of the Boardswap! Saturday, October 6 and Sunday, October 7.
-NJ surfing history exhibit will be on display through the weekend at the Bay Head Historical Society...about a mile from the shop.
-Clean Ocean Surfboards Board demo of their new longboard model Trent Tarpits...9 am Saturday morning. Beach to be
-Saturday Night starting at 7pm, at Half Moon Point, Boardswap pregame happy hour at the upstairs bar! About a mile and a half from the shop...This is Jimmy that supplies lunch for us at the swap!
-Sunday morning, 9 AM, the Boardswap out in front of the Beachhouse!
I've been to both Brighton and Wave Hog swaps. Super nice guys running the swap, but it attracts a very different type of enthusiast. You'll find a ton of 80's era shortboards at those swaps, some real gems. But the Beach House swap is totally unrivaled in terms of attracting high-end boards over 7ft and it's considerably more organized. For someone on Jamboards I'd be hard-pressed to believe you'd find what you're looking for at Brighton.