ok, cleaning out my quiver a bit...so, for sale are 2 near-new boards from brian wynn.
board #1: 5'10" "stealth bomber" twinzer fish w/ futures
i rode the board about 5 times & just am not "clicking" w/ it...paddles great, rides well, but i just don't feel right on it. doesn't suit my style, i guess. only VERY light pressure dents on the deck, totally clean otherwise. asking $425 firm.
board #2: 6'4" round pin hp bonzer w/ 101 fin co. bamboo fins & a rare true ames 6" center fin:
dims on this board are hard to see b/c of the color work, but it's 6'4"x19 1/4"x2 1/2". the template is based off a CI fort knox i had at the time...rails came out a little thinner than i'd hoped & it's a touch low volume for me as a result. gave it a few good sessions, but in anything more than a 3/2, it just doesn't float me the way i want it to. it has a bit of rack rash from the 2 shops i had it on consignment in, as well as a few pressure dents on the deck & one or 2 on the bottom as well. asking $375 obo (please don't waste my time w/ low ball offers).
Last edited by njsurfer42; Jul 26, 2012 at 02:55 AM.
I don't mean to jack your thread here, but I've never really understood how you can be a front-footed surfer?? My front foots just there to pump, look pretty, and take over when in the barrrel. How can you possibly do a cutback with your front foot???