LOGIN | REGISTER

Page 2 of 2 FirstFirst 12
Results 11 to 20 of 20
  1. The Lost has been sold!

  2. Couple of Vintage Boards for Sale

    1. 6'5 Bayside Single Fin from West Ocean City $300


    2. 8'4" Skip Frye Underground Unlimited semi hull $500



    3. 8'6" Surfboard House Longboard from the early 60's, beautiful D-Fin $450

    4. 6'4" Rick Diamond Tail Single Fin from the mid 70's, ready to ride, comes with fin $350


    5. 9'10" Hobie Triple Stringer, Early 60's w/ glassed on wood d-fin $550
    Last edited by mgarbutt; Apr 16, 2012 at 01:03 PM.

  3. #13
    These are pretty sick boards. just curious, what's the biggest hull that you are willing to make?

  4. I don't know really haha, I am just starting to get into the whole hull design process. I am currently testing a 5'11 but hope to make a 6'4" soon. I really like to fully test out design ideas myself before I shape for others, so that way i truly have a grasp for the board. How big are you thinking haha?

  5. #15
    Maybe a mid-range size, say 7'0". I mostly longboard, but have been looking for a hull-shape for some time now, just to change things up. Most of the ones I've seen are the Greg Riddle replicas, and with little to no rocker. Wish I could testdrive one just to see how it goes.

  6. #16
    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Location
    milton delaware
    Posts
    1,400
    Images
    262
    Quote Originally Posted by McLovin View Post
    Maybe a mid-range size, say 7'0". I mostly longboard, but have been looking for a hull-shape for some time now, just to change things up. Most of the ones I've seen are the Greg Riddle replicas, and with little to no rocker. Wish I could testdrive one just to see how it goes.
    A few years ago i restored a 7'0" Hobie Hull for a friend. Belly through the front 2/3 of the board, low entry rocker and no tail rocker. flexy single fin. Once fixed, I waxed it up and rode it a couple of times.

    It rode completely unlike any board ive ever ridden, wanted to turn from the middle of the board (front foot) and definately would took some getting used to. definately capable of building up some speed. If i had a point break nearby, maybe.

  7. 7' isn't too big for a hull, Greg makes some amazing boards and has really been the godfather for hulls. They are definitely not the easiest board to ride, but in the right conditions and once you figure them out they are the funnest boards out there. I am in love with the 5'11 i made and want to push myself on the design limits to see how long I can go without sacrificing the maneuverability I like in my boards. Keep checking my site for updates on new board styles I am experimenting with.

  8. All boards are open to offers by the way! We have some waves coming and these need to be ridden!

  9. 5'2" Arc Tail Quad inspired by Manny Caro. Board is in great condition with only a couple of heal dings asking $300 obo.



  10. Bump! Still have most of them, now we have some waves might be time to get a new board