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  1. #1
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    catch surf's beater

    anybody know anything about this board?

    http://www.catchsurf.com/surfboards/...products_id=22

  2. #2
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    might be great...marketed for kooks:

    The Original 54™
    Created by the freaks at Catch Surf™, the Original 54™ is destined to take over the world! Surf it with or without fins, bodyboard it, do whatever the heck you want. The Original 54™ can turn an average beach day into an epic tale of radness! Now shred.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty View Post
    might be great...marketed for kooks:

    The Original 54™
    Created by the freaks at Catch Surf™, the Original 54™ is destined to take over the world! Surf it with or without fins, bodyboard it, do whatever the heck you want. The Original 54™ can turn an average beach day into an epic tale of radness! Now shred.
    yeahh... i just want it so i can screw around all day, no matter what the conditions. i have real boards, its not like its going to be my first board or anything.

  4. #4
    I suspect its a black ball beater.

    I have never been to CA but apparently some beachs hoist a black ball from the lifeguard stand to close the area off to surfers. Because the boars is short, soft, and has no/removable fins it does not qualify as a surfboard. It opens up areas that would otherwise be off limits. A cool concept... not sure if its needed on the east coast though.

    Maybe a left coaster will chime in and offer more info.

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    Yankee i have no clue where you are on the east coast but i wana go their for the summer black ball

  6. Quote Originally Posted by YankeeSpy View Post
    I suspect its a black ball beater.

    I have never been to CA but apparently some beachs hoist a black ball from the lifeguard stand to close the area off to surfers. Because the boars is short, soft, and has no/removable fins it does not qualify as a surfboard. It opens up areas that would otherwise be off limits. A cool concept... not sure if its needed on the east coast though.

    Maybe a left coaster will chime in and offer more info.

    Not usually a big deal out here. It's normally the crowded beachbreaks that get the blackball anyway. On good days you are out there before the lifeguards and done before they post flags anyway. Not normally a huge deal to us "left coasters"

    But I have my surf mats, my HI pinapple plates, alaias, and my fins & handguns for body surfing if I ever need to surf a break without a surfboard. No worries.