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Discussion in 'Surfing' started by Roach, Oct 26, 2011.
Business end of a Pieter’s Sixties Pig
I like the looks of this. Not sure if you have posted pics of the outline in the past. Would be nice to see. Couple questions......is that one stringerless, appears to be a short fin box not a standard 10.5” longboard box?
It is stringerless, I can measure the box later today.
Sonnnnnnn! Sweet !!!!
Finally got something worth posting here...
9-6 Phillips “Proformer” (presumably for Leucadia Surf Shop?). Was told it was made from a Dewey Performer blank. Glassed not too heavy, not too light. Decent condition (some pressures and a couple small repairs) and I really like the color and pinline.
Was so stoked I tried it out on my way home in some high tide mush I probably would have passed on most days. Ended up having a ton of fun - in super early and she paddles like a dream. Definitely made something fun out of not much - which is exactly what I was looking for.
Thanks Dave - only a hour or so in the water thus far, but I found it far more forgiving in terms of body placement than the Almond I've had for a while.
The quiver is getting a little out of hand, but I snagged this last week off the rack because it was calling my name. Fairly unique for a shop board (color, dims, and lams). First session right after getting it was 5-foot sheet glass point waves and based on that experience it might already be my new favorite all-arounder. Half a foot shorter but 1/4 inch narrower than my custom 6'4 5-fin egg and it feels almost as glidey. Probably because it's carrying more volume into the nose. A lot of what I own is specialty stuff. The bonzers just plain work for this intermediate level, middle age, pretty-much-everything-but-thrusters guy. MBLV. 5'10 x 20 1/4 x 2 11/16
Picked up this 10'2 BOSS. S Deck to the extreme.
Picked up this custom board today, shaped by Nick at Make and Ride in Virginia Beach. Single fin, volan 9'9x 23 5/8 x 3 1/8. Excited to take this beast out.