Shaper Mason Dyer

walkingtheplank

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Aug 2, 2004
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Fubar wrote:
I've seen one of his boards in action over on da cape. It goes well. I cannot be sure if it's the surfer or the board -- I'm guessing it's the surfer making a board he likes go well.

Also, Mason has a 'stache like my great grandfather's.

Right now, for me, it's win-win.
that would be the surfer - Eric Dranginis is probably the best noserider on this island
 
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walkingtheplank wrote:
Fubar wrote:
I've seen one of his boards in action over on da cape. It goes well. I cannot be sure if it's the surfer or the board -- I'm guessing it's the surfer making a board he likes go well.

Also, Mason has a 'stache like my great grandfather's.

Right now, for me, it's win-win.
that would be the surfer - Eric Dranginis is probably the best noserider on this island
Eric is good people!
 

hullogfish

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Dec 22, 2006
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Mason is a Nice dude who values hard work and surfs really well, we all can appreciate that. I hope he succeeds in his businesses, but it is an uphill battle. Hopefully Captain Fin will start doing production in the states too. His boards work as evidenced by the dudes who ride them, and his aesthetic is cool in my book.
 

pilau

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Jul 9, 2009
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I just read the article. This one from the young buck stings pretty true ... "Surfing has really helped shape my life. If it wasn’t for surfing I would be sitting behind a desk staring at spreadsheets all day. Because of surfing I am blessed enough to have a job where I get to be creative and work with my hands every day."

I resemble that remark.
 

dogleg

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Dec 1, 2010
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20 years comes in handy when you're paying top dollar. Especially when it doesn't come out to spec.
 




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