It appears the first issue just went to print and is now shipping. I’d be curious to hear if any of you have your hands on it yet, and what your first impressions are. Is it worth the cost? It looks like a nice magazine.
Michael Arenal's Microglide boards are worth a look. They're designed for small waves, and can be a lot of fun as an alternative to a longboard in smaller, gutless conditions:
Looks like I just missed @Bigyummm but I have a board in the Providence, Rhode Island area that needs an assist to New York City, where I can pick it up. I'm flexible about meeting somewhere along the way. Reach out and message me if you can help—thank you!
This is really helpful, I appreciate the information! Unfortunately, short to mid-period wind swell is the name of the game here in New York.
I’m looking to add something to the quiver with a ton of glide and trim for days when I don’t feel like riding my log but still want a longer-ish board...
Does anyone out there have experience with longer sizes of Chris Christenson’s C-Bucket, perhaps around the 9’0” range? I’m curious how they perform and ride at that length given that they’re supposed to be glider-esque.
Like others have said, anytime of the year is a good time of the year to surf Sano. It’s a magical place, truly. Get there early, bring a log, and enjoy everything it has to offer. Doho is worth a look, too, but recent storms have really shifted the rocks and sandbars around there. When it...