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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by live4truth View Post
    ND-Hypto is a 5'6"x19 3/4"x2 5/8" (I believe). Super fun board and versatile. I think it could easily run head high plus with that tail. I use it in mushy knee to waist+ or when I'm feeling lazy--it has a ton of potential though...it rolls at the jetty as well. Simply a fun versatile board. I've tried a ton of fins in the board an have been really happy with the machados. Flex but a lot of spring....btw I'm 5'11" @ 170lbs and float fine on this board (can't remember but I believe it's around 28 liters). Probably could have dropped to the 5'4" but I'm not that ambitious).

    SN-thanks man...
    alright cool, now my next question would be which board do you use in bigger conditions?

  2. #12
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    top: Old finned Morey Boogie, 7'0" Neptune Funshape

    Middle: 5'8" Xanadu, 5'8" Neptune Quad, 5'7" Neptune Mini Sim hybrid, 5'7" Neptune Mini Sim, 5'10" Chemistry disk, 6'2" Ashton battail, 6'2" Hague, 7'0" Ashton RP

    Bottom: 9"0" Ashton HP log

    The Neptunes I made

    Probably a little excessive, but i do love them all!!!
    Last edited by mitchell; Aug 11, 2012 at 10:41 PM.

  3. #13
    I have others, but no shots of all the boards together, and I ride one of these two most of the time anyway.

    Both Custom Coils. One on left 6'5" 1.3 cu ft. based of the flashback fish model with changes, and the one on right 5'11" 1.51 cu ft. based on the disc template with changes.

    This has me covered from thigh high to a few feet overhead, which is 99% of the conditions I ride.


  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaarkbate View Post
    Attachment 5531
    9'0" psh sup 6'6" roger beal pin, 6'1" mike andrews, 5'6" grocket and early sixties 9'8" greg knoll. these are my go to boards got a few others that i dont ride anymore
    That Knoll is a classic. I've seen worse in Surf Museums.

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchell View Post

    top: Old finned Morey Boogie, 7'0" Neptune Funshape

    Middle: 5'8" Xanadu, 5'8" Neptune Quad, 5'7" Neptune Mini Sim hybrid, 5'7" Neptune Mini Sim, 5'10" Chemistry disk, 6'2" Ashton battail, 6'2" Hague, 7'0" Ashton RP

    Bottom: 9"0" Ashton HP log
    :
    The Neptunes I made

    Probably a little excessive, but i do love them all!!!
    Nice quiver Mitchell .You got all the bases covered.

  6. #16
    I have never taken any pics of my boards together, but I think I have a decent set up for the waves around OCMD......

    GO small to tall....

    I have a 5'9 Fish (Not sure of the make, possibly a custom board?) It's a wide, thick, floaty board and paddles like a longboard

    I have a 5'10 Santa Cruz G Deck Epoxy.....I don't take this board out much, not big enough waves

    I have a 6'4 Santa Cruz Pumpkin Seed Epoxy....bought this board just for fun, and turns out it is a awesome board

    I have a 6'4 Custom Fish....shaped local in Rehoboth Beach, DE I do believe.....

    My last board is a 8'10 Strive "The Mini". This board I love to take down to Assateague......

    And of course I have a few sponges for the kids and myself when there's nothing else to do!

  7. #17
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    Love the quiver shots, brothers... keep 'em coming!

  8. #18
    6' Lynn Shell Fish & 5'10 CI Neckbeard, covers everything I surf, and on travel.

  9. #19
    Out of the water for the next two months with Exostosis (surfer's ear) surgery. Kids wear your ear plugs! im only 24 and have 98% closure. Not fun when you cant hear **** in either ear, and now have to sit on the beach during cane season. Back in the water in November. Check out Dr.Hetzler in Santa Cruz if anyones close to getting surgery.

    anyway - current quiver.

    left to right

    6'3 JS Flyboy - perfect for the "big days" we get on the right coast.
    6'2 JS Konfusion - goes insane in anything from waist to overhead.
    6'0 Roberts Black Dump Truck - just got this off the swellinfo forum for $280. New spray and PAD. Can't wait to try this one. Thanks Gio!

    Have some other old school retro boards and logs that didn't make the shot, but these are my go to shorties!

    Quiver 8:12.jpg
    Last edited by Death2SUPs; Aug 13, 2012 at 03:52 PM.

  10. #20
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    Currently i'm riding my 6'10" WRV Fish on days over 3-4ft, then I have my 8'1" McTavish 8 Ball which rides perfect for anything knee - chest (sometimes larger), and 12ft SUP for smaller days mostly, but i'll take it out almost anything from flat - Chest (sometimes larger if i'm in the mood). I also have my 1st board ever sitting collecting dust, it's a 6'4" BAT, probably completely worthless at this point, lots of damage, but i've thought about having it looked at to see if there is any hope left for it or not. If not, i'll be grabbing a couple shorter boards in the next 6-12 months anyways. No pics, but maybe on my next purchase i'll get them all lined of for photo, i'm thinking of getting my 1st custom this fall / winter, can't wait!