Ideal quiver ideals: 3 board maximum

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by Couch, Mar 9, 2019.

  1. strez

    strez Active Member

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    I've got 2 right now (plus a couple of retired boards)

    8'2" Hilbers Hot Generation
    9'4" Vintage G&S

    Looking for an alt short board to round it out... maybe a keel fish or a speed egg. I love glide!
     
  2. soul_glide

    soul_glide Active Member

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    Current rotation...
    8'2 Mitsven Bonzer Magic
    9'0 Mitsven Fish Simmons
    9'0 Lovelace Thick Lizzy
     
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  3. sonOsea

    sonOsea Active Member

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    7'6" Andreini Vaquero
    8'8" Andreini Serena
    9'4" Andreini Magic Sam
    If I had too.
     
  4. rootdown

    rootdown Member

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    three boards really is the magic number. something for small to big waves and mush to lined up conditions. its tough to pick one, and the one thing Im sure of is that I would regret my decision as soon as i made it. surfing in RI, this moment I would keep:

    - 6'8" round pin thruster
    -8' single fin egg
    -9'6" wide point back longboard

    I'll change my mind in 5 minutes
     
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  5. Planktom

    Planktom Active Member

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    I think it was the Daydream Surf Shop podcast with Andreini where he mentions 3 as the magic number too - 'a hotdogger, a longboard and a board for solid surf' to paraphrase him...

    And the best thing is that they all fit in a van at once.
     
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  6. sightpoint

    sightpoint Active Member

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    2' and onshore
    9'8 Junod Log
    9' Vaquero
    8'4 McVee

    Got a baby coming next month so the quiver will more likely be...

    Changing pad
    Car seat
    Breast Pump (for her, not me, but I guess in a pinch I'd give it a shot)
     
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  7. Bighouse

    Bighouse Active Member

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    taking offers on the 9'8 Junod?!?! j/k.

    Babies love the beach, yours will be ready for the summer but still not at the sand eating stage. Congrats, my 6 soon to be 7 y/o is stoked on surfing can't wait for the Atlantic to thaw out.
     
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  8. Mango Bill

    Mango Bill Well-Known Member

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    9’5” Jim Phillips Magic Ham
    8’8” Jim Phillips Evolution
     
  9. hullogfish

    hullogfish Active Member

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    This is tough...
    5'8-5'10 Fish or smaller simmons for junk surf
    6'8-7'0 quad fish or pulled in egg(I have a Josh Hall fish Simmons quad at 6'8 and a Mccallum PDX quad at 6'7)
    9'6ish wide point back log
    (if I am allowed to add to 4th board, I'd add a 7'6 egg)
     
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  10. jory

    jory Active Member

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    feets.jpg egg.jpg piggish.jpg asym.jpg feets.jpg egg.jpg piggish.jpg

    ok i'll play. Since i'm a chicken and only surf small waves......

    5'4 GS asym ( or my 5'4 Mandala superchunk which is almost the same thing really)
    9'4 widepoint back modern piggish log with a 4a
    Paipo and fins ( we call them wooden belly boards though!)


    ( 4th would be a 7' ish 2 +1 egg devon howard kind of template)

    Ive often thought a log and some kind of fish is a great two board quiver
     
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