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the SH Model A has both concave & a stepdeck - i owned two originals, plus surfed a ghost shaped 9'6" f/the '90s Ed Clapp era. they all actually...
it's probably a Bill Shrosbee shape, Sebastian - he handshaped a lot of Tudor's stuff during the early/mid 2k era
my mind immediately went somewhere else w/this...curse of these COVID times, i fear
beautiful stick - GLWTS...if i was there, might actually buy it w/my last $600
if i was in Hendo, it'd be just southeast between Greenville & Spartanburg - about an hour's drive
fuck - wish i was up there...it would only be an hour south if so
glassy clean @ Hightower f/2:30 'til about 6PM. chest to shoulder lefts & a slight gift f/the reef on my left knee. rare offshore day here...
how the fuck are we supposed to discern the shaper/model without a deck shot, genius?????
lots of cash - methinks maybe a bit too much
plus he's too fucking lazy to de-wax the deck or take current pics so potential buyers can see its true condition - totally annoying
it should've been called physical distancing the whole time - social distancing (read: isolating) became normal years ago w/the emergence of...
'bout time - that site has been in such desperate need of a redesign, it's ridiculous
or somebody didn't make the bed quite to military standards
so, here's an inventory of all my boards up until The Alchemist:
(in random order)
9'0 Silver Spoon
9'0 Gold Standard
$1200 for the Frye is a bargain, comparably speaking
i'll take The Glide - PM forthcoming
my experience is that swimmers are too stupid not to line themselves up exactly along the inside of a break - just like the bloody surfcasters
my benchmark for a longboard is 9 feet or longer - always has been, always will be
yup - had that happen to me w/an Iron Cross 9'6" Motherlode last year. douchebag lied & said it was a keeper. two weeks later, i see the board on...