27 degrees? I don't blame you. I complain when it's in the 40's.
Is it close to summer yet?
Built a few Kneeboards this last year. Fun stuff!...
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Big fan of Glass-on's.
Still do 'em all the time.
5'10" x 2 1/2" For Shawn.
Dec 20, 2015, 02:22 AM
I heard Kelly's gonna be working the register on Sunday's.
This weeks offering. Customer saw the previous board and wanted one. Longer, thicker, and a few tweaks. Flatter deck, and beaked nose.
6'3" x 20 3/4" x 2 5/8"
Similar spray job with opposite rail...
Here in Ca, we don't have many point breaks. Mostly beach breaks. Not very well suited for the waves we have. I do have couple of friends who surf them at Rincon and Malibu.
Definitely a feeling of...
The experience of hull riding is in the connection with the wave flow for the rider rather than the onlooker. First of all planing. Planing is when the craft skims over the surface of the water....
Dec 16, 2015, 12:35 AM
Dec 15, 2015, 02:46 AM
Been building these for 3+years.
Shipped a few of these to the East Coast this year.
One of my best selling small wave designs.
This is my"anti-simmons model".
I struggle with one guitar.
Beat downs like that are a daily thing in the islands.
Witnessed it first hand.
Learning the hard way.
By cutting weight from the fins, which are solid fiberglass, keeps the board from being tail heavy. This is why all high-end fins are not solid fiberglass.
This board is my modern version of this...
He's not my Hair Metal, Cross-dressing, NYC brother.
I'm Punk Rock.
And I'm not gonna take it, Anymore!
Epoxy resin when pooled up will generate a lot of heat. You can't just fill the void like Poly boards. EPS melts at 160 Degrees. Fill void with more EPS and repair with a little resin as possible. ...
I've been making my own fins forever. Learned a lot about making them when I worked at Brewer/Linden. By inserting foam in place of solid fiberglass, it lightens them by about 40%.
Ha! That's my little friend. AKA the "persuader".
All my boards are customizable. So anything's possible. People think that Twins are not suited to big or steep waves. This is false. Twin fins have fins which sit deeper in the water. Thus more hold....
Have not been here in some time. Thought I'd post some shots of what I've been up to.
This is my Twin-fin model. Lagoona twin. High performance Twin. based on an 80's outline, with modern foil,...
Sorry for coming in so late on this thread.
This is my best selling groveler model.
Makes a Mini-simms look silly.
Just sent one to Fla.
5'4"x 21.25"x 2.38"
Free airbrushes till...
Made for Sealegs Surf Shop
5'6"x 20.5"x 2.37"
Bit of history.
The Alfred Hitchcock is one of my best selling groveler-small wave designs I designed during my stint as shaper/designer for Windigo Surfboards. They have gone on trying to replicate...
Apr 11, 2014, 01:59 AM
Free stickers kids.
Good luck Charles. I'd give one a try.
One important property of a modern surfboard we often overlook is flex. This is now a hot topic in surfboard design. Surfers are starting to understand how surfboard flex affects our surfing and...
Apr 7, 2014, 04:07 AM
Been busy starting some new projects. Aipa/Stinger tribute board for the Boardroom Surfboard Show in May. Yet another Dissect series board. 5' 6" x 21.5" Concave deck with beveled rail, Twin-fin...
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