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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by RhodyPedro View Post
    I've seen some boards from twin lights Gloucester MA that look pretty nice. That's pretty close to you.
    Twin Lights is a glasser, not a shaper.

    5 Star is bomb. Straight dank. Have two of them and they are better than my CI. Very well-suited for New England conditions.

  2. #22
    best thing to ride in New England is a screen door. trust me, i lived there 18 years and theres no waves up there. I can shape you one of those for $100 bux

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevolution View Post
    best thing to ride in New England is a screen door. trust me, i lived there 18 years and theres no waves up there. I can shape you one of those for $100 bux
    could of fooled me, no waves.

    2 weeks ago

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by Franyfingers View Post
    could of fooled me, no waves.

    2 weeks ago
    shhhh!!!! they come in droves

  5. #25
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    I love surfing Burnham PT in CT

  6. #26
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    Mystic goes off.

  7. #27
    Shawn from Vec Surfboards on the Cape in Orleans: http://vecsurfboards.com/
    He just shaped a board for me. Nice guy, easy to work with, and most importantly great board. He also does the surf report for www.nesurf.com

  8. #28
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    Dave Levy, LSD (Levy Surf Designs) Narragansett.

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by KookieMonster View Post
    I like 5 star. I've had good experience with Sashi's boards
    5star boards are great. I've owned a few of them and have been very pleased every time. Chris Chaize in New Jersey is also pretty great, and I make the commute to him at least every couple of years.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by Thee Fartmeister View Post
    5star boards are great. I've owned a few of them and have been very pleased every time. Chris Chaize in New Jersey is also pretty great, and I make the commute to him at least every couple of years.
    Got two 5star boards. One is sick, the other is sicker. Also a Chaize fish that is in primo shape and floats like a charm but pearls too much compared to my other boards with wicked flip. It's well-made from top to bottom even if the stick isn't my schtick.