What board are you vibing on these days?

Ricksurfin

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Jun 9, 2019
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San Clemente, CA
Here’s the urban dictionary’s definition:

Hipsters are people that try too hard to be different (and genuinely do think that they're being different), by rejecting anything they deem to be too popular.
Ironically, so many other people also try too hard to be different that they all wind up being the exact same, so hipsters arent actually different at all, theyre just people that are snobbier and more annoying about their taste in "alternative" things, which are all popular now thanks to the other hipsters.
Hipsters pride themselves on liking things that no one else likes, and normally only really like them because they think no one else likes them and that theyre being unique. This is being delusional because all the other hipsters also like the same things.
 

deemce

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May 18, 2010
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USA Pennsylvania
View attachment 22400 View attachment 22401 Was hoping to go to Hawaii for the 25th Anniversary but Covid killed that for now. Anyhow, the wife was getting me a T&C Saint twin fin. Want to relive the youth, so going to get a 80’s spray something along the lines of this.....


Make sure to post up the pics when you get it. It should be sweet and I hope you can still ride it.
I am still on the lookout for my 6-0 T+C Sting swallow I sold to Pete's Surf shop back in the day. Nostalgia for sure.
 

SeniorGrom

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Mar 20, 2012
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USA New Jersey
Here’s the urban dictionary’s definition:

Hipsters are people that try too hard to be different (and genuinely do think that they're being different), by rejecting anything they deem to be too popular.
Ironically, so many other people also try too hard to be different that they all wind up being the exact same, so hipsters arent actually different at all, theyre just people that are snobbier and more annoying about their taste in "alternative" things, which are all popular now thanks to the other hipsters.
Hipsters pride themselves on liking things that no one else likes, and normally only really like them because they think no one else likes them and that theyre being unique. This is being delusional because all the other hipsters also like the same things.

I relate this mentality to many other groups in our society. It won’t be me that names ANY though, the cancel zombies are watching and listening.
 

jonbiz

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Jan 11, 2016
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Wilmington NC
Digging the 80s thrusters and Jobson twinzers. As for the twinzers I’ve started that rabbit hole and plan to go pretty deep into it. Pick this up just to get some dimensions and fin placements.
 

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waveglider619

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Sep 8, 2017
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9’9” x 23” x 2 7/8”. Nose 18 1/2”, tail 18” (I think, I’ll have to remeasure). Rails are pinched, and tail is really foiled out. Lots of contours throughout bottom, and as Dane says, “not a flat spot anywhere”.
The more I look at this board, and feel it up, the more excited I am to try it.
You got me thinking? Then this... And Tom Waits...
 

aporta

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Nov 15, 2019
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Brooklyn
Been riding my Falcone log, shaped locally right here. It handles all the summer waves, cuts like a knife and trims wonderfully. It’s dialed in for groovin too.
 

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