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Discussion in 'Surfing' started by Roach, Oct 26, 2011.
Yeah that one caught my eye too. Damn!
This morning's pickup from Dave Parmenter ... 12' x 20.5" x 4.5"
Sweet alaskan asparagus!!!
That is a beauty
10’, 23@-8,3-1/4, rolled to flat to rolled v. classic weight foam. Balsa,cedar,hd red foam stringer. 10,10,10 volan glass. Resin pins, resin tailblock, resin panel. 24oz carbon fiber reverse d din. 40-60,50-50,60-40 pinched rails all the way through. 30.8 pound battleship! This is my 18th board start to finish. It is truly a tough process to be in the pnw with no “real” surf industry to speak of and having to learn all this on my own.
Currently i’m Just making boards for myself, selling off the old ones when I make something better/different. One of these days I’d like to be at the point where my stuff stacks up to the level of the boards some of you guys post up.
That fin is straight up sexy as hell
I think ‘one of these days’ was a long time ago- that looks like some outstanding work with some of the most intricate details seeming dialed in smooth as budder
Don’t get me wrong, they’re not bad by no means. Once you build a couple boards the eyes pick up every little “handmade” flaw. I can find a couple things with any board I look at. I’m a bit of a perfectionist, one of these days i’ll have only a couple as opposed to several handfuls. Hahahaha
an 8'4" Andreini Serena. Really digging the entry rocker on this one!
9’2” stringerless 60s pig Pieter Surfboards