Jamboards

Longboard.net Forum - Since 1997

http://surf-knot.blogspot.com/

http://www.officialvillagepeople.com/jeff.php
9-7. $1200 OBO.

Seller is in Melbourne Beach, FL. Shipping is possible. Board train is possible. R&D truck is possible (My contact doesn't work there anymore but I can get in touch with them and find out when their next truck is going norte). Seller is a good guy with excellent taste in boards. Lots of peeps have here have bought boards from him, including me.

Board has been waxed but has never touched water.

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http://surfapig.blogspot.com/2012/04/2nd-annual-pig-luau.html
As I am always planning out the next custom board a few months in advance. Does anyone have any experience with Gibbs Surfboards?
My oldest is 8 yrs old 65 lbs Skates year round and surfs as soon as the water warms up.
Last year he rode my small fish boards but I want to get him a LB for the tiny days.I've thought about custom, looked at the DT scorpions, and the mini magics all of which still look pretty thick and wide. What have you guys done for a scaled down LB for your sons/daughters.
glidestoke wrote:
I shaped the first 100 Cooperdesigns, then there was Zeph, then Eric, and now Matt. We all have names and have stamped our initials in each board.
So where is the ghost?
Couldn't grab the images so I just grabbed the link. Lovin' the resin tints!!!

http://www.rickycarrollsurfboards.com/R&D%20Surf%20Inventory%20RC.html
I am a huge fan of Dano's boards and love some of the graphics and abstracts he has used over the years.

This board is really cool

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Has anyone glassed one with say a dbbl 4oz. Volan or similar heavy or or vintage style layup to add some weight / heft-density? Specificly, a traditional lb done with the new EPS blank? I've been mulling over the idea of a magic sam style board done light, but not too light and tuned more modern, like a competition / retro. Given the boyant and stiff nature of the blank, I figure if you layed one up a little heavy, and maybe put a wider stick for a stringer but keep the board thin it would sit a little lower in the water. What do you guys think? Keep in mind that the blanks are more resistant to dents, but they are more prone to snap.
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