Your Favorite Lams

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by FirstPointEric, Jan 14, 2013.

  1. FirstPointEric

    FirstPointEric Well-Known Member

    Mine are the round Cooperfish lam, the Boss lam (oddly, I'm not a big fan of the huge, fits-the-entire-nose Boss lam as many Boss riders are but the smaller ones--8" or so) and lastly, the second Hunt Customs lam.

    Yeah, the Hunt was loosely based on the Surfboards by Phil (and other "wave" lams of the 60's), but I think Gregg's was the best of the bunch. Anyone have any info on Gregg? I know he went back to school years ago (post-grad microbiology, as I remember), but I've not heard hide nor hare about him in going on 10 years. Used to run into him regularly at FP, but it seems like forever.

    Your faves?

    Eric

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  2. FirstPointEric

    FirstPointEric Well-Known Member

    This is the size Boss lam I like. And yeah, I know the trash bags look *just great* in the photo. They were actually baby blankets and clothes given to Goodwill.

    :cool:

    By the way, you could spend all day perusing lams here: http://www.surfcrazy.com/stanleys/html/logos.html

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