Post Your Quiver

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by Guest, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. Wade In The Waves

    Wade In The Waves Well-Known Member

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    I like it. Both quivers.
     
  2. Wade In The Waves

    Wade In The Waves Well-Known Member

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    That is actually pretty wise. Haha.
     
  3. Left Coast 46

    Left Coast 46 Active Member

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  4. NJ Longboarder

    NJ Longboarder Well-Known Member

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    Current list that may or may not be accurate. The redundant quiver of redundancy.

    12’3 Wegener Paulownia Sunday Model
    11 ft Cliché Glider
    10 ft RC Skipper Glider
    9’10” Wegener Paulownia Signature Model
    9’8” Austin Soul Glide STD
    9’2” Wegener Square tail
    9’0” RC HPLB EPS
    8’0” Comet inspired local shape
    6’8” Josh Hall Quad Fish
    6’8” Maurice Cole
    6’4” WRV Beater (my first board)
    6’4” Brewer Quad
    6’? Takayama Scorpion
    6’2” Rocket Fish Faktion
    80’s thruster
    6’0” Naturesshapes
    (2) 5’10” Bing Dharmas
    5’10” Buttons
    5’10” Roberts Soft Top
    (2) 5’9” Roberts Diamond Fish EPS
    5’8” McCoy
    5’6” Mabile Ghost Buster
    4’10” Austin Simmons

    Cooperfish
    9’8” Nose Devil, 8’11” Flex Pig, Vpins 9’, (3) 7’4”, Comets 8’, 7’, 6’8”

    Kingdoms - local company that I bought a few when they were closing shop.
    (2) Sups, 9’ LB, 6’ stump grinder, 6’ warthog, (2) 5’ warthogs

    VINTAGE
    Hansens
    9’9” Master Pintail, 9’?” Powerflex Pintail, 9’4” 50-50, (6) Superlights – square and pintails 9’2” to 9’6”, 8’11” Doyle Vee bottom pintail, 9’8” stock shape, belly board

    Bings
    9’6” Nuuhiwa Lightweight, 9’ Stock/pig, 8’?” Pintail Hawaii, 70’s single fin

    Misc Vintage
    9’6” Bahne, 9’2” Con Ugly, 70’s WRV, other beaters
     
  5. Croweater

    Croweater Active Member

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    Crikey!!!
     
  6. pintail

    pintail Member

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    After selling things not used often, these get ridden:
    5'8" Bobby Owens Lightning Bolt twin
    6'0 Uber Plank
    6'4" VS Shadow custom
    6'4" Hypto Krypto custom
    6'4" Hynson fish
    6'6" Hynson Black Knight II
    6'6" Doc USO finless
    6'9" CI Black Beauty
    6'9" Rusty Big Cat
    7'10" Rusty DI epoxy
    9'5" Rusty Electra Glide
     
  7. DownSouthSlidah

    DownSouthSlidah Member

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    10-0 Austin .51
    10-0 Harbour Merlin
    9-10 Zeph (Bing label) IsIs
    8-6 Stix By Dix superwide egg
    7-8 Justin Laird Midi-Simmons
    7-8 Pearson Arrow Bonzer3
    6-10 Stamps quad mega Fish

    A few SUPS for flatwater exercise and touring. No, I don’t surf them... although with a current shoulder injury that has been slow to heal, it might become an option (sigh)


    Want: 10-0 1966 Hansen 50-50


    17’ NACRA catamaran because it’s fun, incredibly fast, can be sailed (and, more importantly, righted) solo and we mostly get onshore small wind chop here so you can go sailing far more often than surfing.
     
  8. good vibes

    good vibes Member

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    10'2 Skip Frye sinle fin noserider from his Harry's years
    10'0 Cooperfish nosedevil
    9'8 Bing high five single fin
    9'2 Skip Frye 2+1 eagle
    9'0 Larry Mabile twinzer fish
    9'0 Campbell Brothers bonzer
    9'0 Donald Takayama 2+1 noserider
    8'0 Pavel Choice quad fish
    7'10 Campbell Brothers e-wing performance egg
    7'10 Kies tweener fish
    7'6 Mitsven tri-fin egg
    7'2 Pavel Choice single fin from late 70's

    still looking for 10'6-11 glider otherwise pretty set and enjoying my quiver. Best all round board definitely the Mabile twinzer, surfs well in almost any condition
     
  9. Surfnfish

    Surfnfish Active Member

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    sounds intriguing, pics?
     
  10. Human

    Human Member

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    Is it difficult to surf all of those boards at the same time?
     

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