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    Any 5 boards?

    i was wondering what 5 top boards they wish they had are... maybe some one will have one for sale?!?!
    mine are:
    1.Al Merrick/CI 5'10 Tangent
    2.Al Merrick/CI 5'6 Dumpster diver
    3.Lost 5'4 rocket
    4.JC 5'8 Torpedo
    5.Al Merrick/CI 5'4 Pod
    ....wow, now that i think of it i guess i really like merricks

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    1. 6'2'' ci Proton
    2. 6'3" ci fort knox
    3. 5'4" ci fishcuit
    4. 5'8" santa cruz Ozzie Wrong
    5. 6'11" Matador stinger single fin ("the Gringo")

    and because youve gotta have a longboard
    9'2" Matador El Dorado single fin

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    1. FCD/Patagonia Mako 7'0" (Wide and great for slop in Delmarva. Paddles Fast)
    2. FCD/Patagonia DM3 5'11" (Love shape and Swallow Tail for EC waves)
    3. Al Merrick Fishcuit 5'6" (Fast and fun!)
    4. FCD/Patagonia Octopus 5'10" (Great for head high +)
    5. AL Merrick Dumpster Diver 5'8" (Again good for chest high +)

    Realistically in Delmarva you need to add some volume or length to combat the waves being dumped out front.
    Last edited by surfde; Jan 27, 2010 at 09:50 PM.

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    9'4 Greg Noll crusier

    10'2 Mickey Dora Da Cat model

    My old 10'0 Mello Yellow Cooper Fish

    9'4 Cooperfish Malibu Foil pin tail

    6'4 Rob Machado Single fin

    Hanson 50/50

    6'2 Fish twin Fin Brian Wynn with Bamboo fins

    9'6 Brain Wynn Singel fin Retro (coming soon)

    I know Its a big list LOL

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    1. 7'2" FCD Mako
    2. 6'8" FCD Quark
    3. 10'0" Infinity Rad Noserider
    4. 6'10 Vernor Shaper's Choice
    5. 9'6 Meyerhoffer (If they're giving it away)

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    5'8 19 1/2" 2 1/2" swallow tail quad (****ty gutless jersey summer board)

    5'11 19" 2 1/2" wide squash (****ty gutless jersey summer board)

    6' 18 3/4" 2 1/4" Squash

    6'1 18 1/2" 2 1/4" Thumb

    6'4 18 1/2" 2 1/2" round pin

    All boards shaped by matt kino****a, Kazuma Surfboards


    www.Kazumasurf.com

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    At 30 years old & 200 lbs. and the fact I surf the Bay and VB, I tend to ride boards with a bit more volume, but...
    1. 6'4 PU round pin shortboard- doesn't matter who- I've have had plenty of good ones for big companies and local shapers
    2. 6'0 PU 7S Super Fish- I know they are pop out machine shapes but they work so good
    3. 5'11 Epoxy Mike Hynson Twinzer- A must for east coast surfers- all doubters and haters must try... on second thought don't so I can continue catching all the waves
    4. 6'6 CI Black Beauty- For fun head high+ days
    5. Hmmm...either a 9'0 PU round pin cruizer shape longboard for the super small summer days or a 6'0 foam INT fish with the rubber fins for shore break shredding

    I haven't seen much love for epoxy as far as top five boards. I have local shapes and buy from local shops ..the REAL shops not the frat boy cool guy hang outs (any one from VB will know which ones I mean) but the average PU board lasts me a year before its full of dings but I have an epoxy that is still watertight 3 years later.

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    nj surfer post pics of your wynn board. I'm lining up to get one my self.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lax8810 View Post
    nj surfer post pics of your wynn board. I'm lining up to get one my self.
    ok...but which one do you want pics of?

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    heritage custom shapes boards really cheap... im sure you all know but http://www.heritagesurf.com/herit-form.htm