As waterbaby mentions below (and you question above), a board does float better when in the power of a wave. The tumbling water causes lift, a real vertical force on the board that decreases the...
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Apr 28, 2015, 05:28 PM
Slightly pickier way:
It's a shame not to have your right and left fins at the same distance drop from the board on your turns. You could hypodermic some resin under the fin box after pulling the...
Thanks, I'm not really upset - I think I know what sandblasters is trying to say - he's just a little taken aback by that pic of Coco, and that was the word that first came into his mind.
I'm not overly angry although I am concerned that you are calling someone a slut who is NOT engaged in slut-like activity. She's a professional surfer, actress, and model. There's nothing really...
You've torn both the acromioclavicular ligament as well as the coracoclavicular (the wider one under the collarbone). You must have gotten hit hard enough to separate but not completely dislocate...
Apr 1, 2014, 02:26 PM
I just wish the Kering Group and Kelly would buy out Quiksilver so I don't have to sew a new name on my
4-3 wetsuit. What am I gonna do when a teenager comes up to me and asks me which wetsuit to...
Mar 24, 2014, 12:37 AM
Wow, I forgot to mention that I am only a bit convinced that it's just the cold that's bothering you. You may want to be on the lookout for things like staph infection, hepatitis, some sort of...
Mar 23, 2014, 03:09 PM
I didn't KNOW, I just guessed that you might be! ;) If the 6.5 mil gloves are too thick, then you may
need to shop around for thinner gloves. But in the worst case, just use little plastic bread...
Mar 23, 2014, 01:51 PM
I think your pier's doctoring suggestion may be just what the doc ordered. You are simply being rubbed and chafed down there and also under your fingernails. I personally wear two bathing suits to...
Feb 6, 2014, 02:07 PM
Good interview - even duh Homo Sapiens Slateris has problems like everyone else - fights with Andy and a business venture that's sapping his pocketbook. He's a fun guy to watch and listen to. ...
All I can say is my problems seem trivial compared to what you just went through! I can't even get myself to want to put my wetsuit on (even if I'm inside my house). I'm like njsurfer42, only worse,...
Jan 17, 2014, 02:02 PM
Rip Curl's repair people have done a good job on my suits (even out of warranty) - it just costs a little, like 10-20 bucks or so depending on the repair - one of mine was about $40.00, but it was a...
Congratulations to the 2nd coming of Jesus, Mick Fanning - he kicked a 97-yarder, and another long won earlier to win the super bowl of surfing - the ASP World title (for the 3rd time). I'll never...
We've almost all left a surfboard, a wetsuit, a pair of gloves, booties, or a towel at the beach or had our boards
blown off our car by a wind-gust. Lost surfboards DO turn up at the police station...
Nov 8, 2013, 03:26 PM
I am asking $275.00 or best offer. If you cannot spring for the full price of a new shortboard, you will not be disappointed in the quality of this board. It's had one minor ding repair in it's...
Like you guys, I DO care where the dollars go. I personally have the discipline NOT to ever take money to do the charitable activities that I'm involved in. Let's face it - to take money from other...
Good idea, and one thing that would be nice is if other surfers could let him try a board down around the low 40s in litres. Let him try it out - this would certainly be a challenge but I think...
A Rusty BigCat might be what you would want if you want an off-the-shelf board. Rusty is good about
rocker, rail/deck shapes etc.. I have a 6'6" board of his that works better than any of my 6'6"...
LBCrew's obviously a talented surfer who knows his stuff! To WOPWOP77, New Jersey will probably
have a board or two for you - don't despair! By the way, WOPWOP77 MAY be able to surf boards
Some quick numbers for a typical performance shape shortboard:
7'4" x 22" x 2 3/4" - 45 litres (this is a tiny bit less float than you need). This is 5 1/2N rocker, 2 9/16"T and
Dude, you have the correct shaper (Ricky Carroll), you just need THIS board now that you're ripping the
Oct 4, 2013, 01:08 PM
By the way, plunging necklines, ..., God ...
Oct 4, 2013, 12:33 PM
Peter Mel - the sweeping condor himself is there as the play-by-play - his son too? brother? I don't know. he was in the King-Groms. Is John Mel his son?
Oct 4, 2013, 12:30 PM
I kept setting my alarm all night long and waiting for the quarters but the winds/swell did not cooperate. But at 2:30PM local time their time it will start - that's now.
Oct 2, 2013, 12:00 PM
Just halve the morels lengthwise, rinse any obvious dirt off (most morel dirt is probably just good flavor), put morels in zip-loc with very light dusting of flour (less than a teaspoon for 30...
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