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    Tim Nolte

    Hey guys, anyone know anything about Tim Nolte surfboards? And no, not Nick Nolte the actor. HA HA

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    Yeah, he shapes boards down in the OBX. Seems to focus on larger boards/retro designs and SUPs rather than performance boards. Google his website.

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    Yeah, I checked out his site, I was just wondering if anyone had first hand info

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    First board I ever rode was one of his. 9'2" 22.25" 3". Definitely recommend one of his longboards, nothing I'd say that blows ur mind but good standard classic boards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatphal View Post
    First board I ever rode was one of his. 9'2" 22.25" 3". Definitely recommend one of his longboards, nothing I'd say that blows ur mind but good standard classic boards.
    I'll second that. I have two boards of his from the mid 90's. Both are still fun today. His more modern boards are probably even better.

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    Thanks guys!

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    I bought a blank from him 10 years ago.

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    Tim Nolte is a great shaper. He has a huge shop in Currituck and makes boards from start to finish. He specializes in larger boards, but can and does em all.

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    he looks like a surfer

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    I've got a 9'0 shaped by Nolte. Great board. I'd recommend his stuff.