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    People ask me to shape the coolest boards, I call it the Door Stop

    <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />I broke out my 10 year old Chicago planer I modified to shape this today, a little more tweeking and time to glass

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    Sep 2008
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    ha that thing is crazy looking , but whats the benefit of the raised deck ?

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    The client wanted massive float in a small board, he had the idea and I put it to foam. Gave him many other options and ideas but he would not deviate from his original idea.

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    damn - how thick is that thing?

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    Dec 2011
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    Western Puerto Rico
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    it should work...
    how well remains to be seen! Looks interesting though. Is he paddling with arms or paddle ?

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    5'10" x 20 1/2" x 4" , he could probally use a paddle but strictly arms

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    holy **** 4" thick! haha that's a lot of foam..it looks like a ship..

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    i wouldnt ride/pay for that in a million years

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    That's basically what the 7s superfish is... a step deck.... thin rails thicker under the chest.... but this design is taking it to the next level! lol. I think you'll have to provide some udates on this after its finished!

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    Join Date
    Dec 2009
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    thats not a sit on top kayak? that vee bottom is a hull. I would like to see the guy surfing that thing.