Those parallel railed, wide tailed logs...

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by Planktom, Nov 14, 2019.

  1. Gretsch

    Gretsch Active Member

    Aug 31, 2008
    On Dane’s IG today:

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  2. walkingtheplank

    walkingtheplank Active Member

    Aug 2, 2004
    wherever i am
    it's probably a Bill Shrosbee shape, Sebastian - he handshaped a lot of Tudor's stuff during the early/mid 2k era
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  3. dsquare

    dsquare Well-Known Member

    May 16, 2013
    USA Hawaii
    Mine is on a boat, somewhere in the Pacific, I am waiting impatiently.
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  4. Planktom

    Planktom Well-Known Member

    Dec 27, 2016
    Devon, UK
    He just did a 11'10"... Total monolithic thing, incredible..
  5. Tenfooter

    Tenfooter Well-Known Member

    Nov 12, 2014
    USA Rhode Island
    I rode a silver spoon from a friend last week.
    9’ 10’’
    Super flat
    Nose scoop, everything I wanted
    And I took the chance to ride it on OH and some bigger sets for this past storm in RI
    That boars is the tits!!
    It was a blast to ride it. Once you turn and trim it, you can go with you family and friends to the nose, dance salsa, set up a table and have a couple beers, And so much.that board is a true noserider.
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  6. takedown

    takedown Active Member

    Jun 26, 2017
    Eugene, OR
    Tenfooter, I feel the same way. A fellow jamboarder, joeblackuz, helped me pick up a steal of a 10' silverspoon in LA and it's been a great board. I'm not a proficient noserider, but that thing is super stable and really fun to ride. I ran into Matt Calvani at beacons while riding it and he checked it out, said it was back when he was glassing them pretty heavy. My buddy who is holding on to the board also has a Cali square tail and he prefers to ride the silverspoon.
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  7. Planktom

    Planktom Well-Known Member

    Dec 27, 2016
    Devon, UK

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