- Oct 18, 2006
I picked up a little beater grom board under the SouthCoast label recently. Last night I noticed it had a very tiny G&S logo hidden on it. Funny stuff
That’s super sweet! Never seen that before. Pretty funny the G&S logo is on thereI picked up a little beater grom board under the SouthCoast label recently. Last night I noticed it had a very tiny G&S logo hidden on it. Funny stuff
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I mostly surfed it with full setup. It worked well in head 3-5+ with the bottom contours, outline and pulled in tail. The jenson trailer was pretty low profile and just a bit of extra hold.How do you like the C5 fin setup compared to a twinzer setup? Is there a notable difference?
I’ve seen a couple of those Christmas tree tails in birds surf shed but never in the wild. Definitely a different/fun looking shapeHere is a fun one. This is a 9’8” Larmo that was produced under the KG label. Had an overall Magic outline, but double wing/Christmas tree tail. Quad setup with 50/50 rear fins. This was another gem from @MrChristmas.
To my understanding this was a personal made for owner PJ Johnson. With opaque top and bottom and red pin lines.
I’ve been seeing more people running the bonzer bits in the honey badger. Definitely going to be giving it a shot soon. Who made the bonzer runners?7’8” Honey Badger 2+1
I mostly surf this when it’s head high or bigger. I prefer a 8” L flex with bonzer runners, but also like a 7” greenough 4a and 3.25” Skip sides. As a single, I usually use a 7.5-8” skip.
Just throwing this up here for nostalgia.What was the deal with KG surfboards? It was Larmo, Stu Kenson and PJ Johnson from Delray surfboards, right?