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    Sharpeye Disco For Sale

    5'8" / 19.13" / 2.3" In Good Condition. Broke center Fin box out. Jamie Kelly Fixed it. I got a smaller one made so i have no need for this Disco now. If anyone is interested ill post some Pics. $250-$200?

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    Hey where are you located? I could meet you this weekend.

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    Join Date
    Oct 2009
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    jersey
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    pics please!

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    OCNJ. I will post Pics in a few.

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    Here the link to the photos. http://www.flickr.com/photos/j-gray/...7626805183449/
    check it

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    Join Date
    Apr 2011
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    OC MD
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    damn if i would have known about this a couple weeks ago id be all for it...

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    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Location
    OC MD
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    OP how does it ride? ive always been interested in the disco

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    The disco is one of the best small board board out there. Its my favorite forsure. I will surf them till its a few feet over head unless its hollow. It has enough tail rocker and the nose rocker is flipped up a tiny bit so its not flat but it doesn't push water. The rail line feels like a normal short board and its not skatie. At least the ones Zouvi has made for me have all worked perfect. Ive surfed all the other small wave boards out there and they never feel like my normal short board and Zouvi does a good job making the disco surf like a shortboard. He does a good job hiding the foam.

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    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Location
    ocean beach pier, san diego
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    i have a 5'4 x 18.75" x 2.25" disco and it's awesome. it really excels in small waves, fat waves, and mushy conditions. i live only a 5 minute drive from marcio's factory in old town SD so my quiver is 75% sharpeye. the glass seems pretty strong on this board too, i normally don't charge with a cord and i've put this disco through hell the last few weeks and there's only one pressure ding on the bottom with a few scratches

    it has a meaty center for easy paddling and getting into almost any wave you spot, yet the nose and tail are thin enough for steep drops and strong maneuvers. single concave throughout - the rails are sharp and drawn meticulously, especially from the tail into the body. allows you to find those power pockets in small waves for speed and drive through your turns. i'd say the disco is more for throwing water than doing airs, but it's still boostable. one thing's for certain, i'm glad it's part of my quiver now. between the disco, my sharpeye mF, and my sharpeye sb1, i feel like i'm prepared for just about any conditions up to DOH

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    I will literally come buy this board right now. Is there any way you could let me know asap if it is still available? Thanks