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  • 1-2

    32 20.51%
  • 3-5

    81 51.92%
  • 6-10

    33 21.15%
  • 10+

    10 6.41%
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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by surfingboy65 View Post
    what technically is a bonzer... new to surfing what is the main difference between that and a short board and what is the pro and cons when should you use a bonzer compared to days you would use standard short board. I know its all preference but like just to get an idea.

    http://bonzer5.com/

    bonzers can be anything you want them to be...hpsb, egg, longboard, fishy-type, mid-length, etc..."bonzer" is the fin set up combined w/ the bottom contours. personally, i love them! pretty much every board currently in my quiver is based around the bonzer concept. brian wynn is a great bonzer shaper, learned directly from the inventors, malcolm & duncan campbell, while he was in california. i find them to be faster, better barrel boards, & just overall more suited to my style of surfing. in steep, fast breaking waves, i find that i'm able to project around sections better on a bonzer than on a thruster. bonzers also can get higher & tighter in the pocket w/out sliding than a thruster. i have a few thrusters, but they all feature the deep bonzer-like bottom contour. the only board that's not really bonzer centric is my log.

    ps-props to the guy who bumped this thread back to the land of the living! i enjoy a good quiver discussion/oogle-fest! i'm waiting on a couple boards, then i'll post up a complete quiver shot...likely sometime in the spring!
    Last edited by njsurfer42; Feb 15, 2011 at 02:27 AM.

  2. #102
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
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    Monmouth Beach, NJ
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    I'm bigger and older than average:

    6'2 twin glassed on wood keel true retro fish for smaller/weaker days
    6'4 battail quad "groveler" for punchy surf under head high
    6'6 PSB round tail thruster/quad convertible for chest to head high and up - go to shortie for good waves
    7'0 East Coast "gun" rounded pin thruster for the biggest days of the year
    9'3 classic single fin log for waist high and under

    All my own builds.
    Last edited by LBCrew; Feb 15, 2011 at 01:06 PM.

  3. #103
    Join Date
    Jun 2009
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    Ortley beach NJ
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    4boards but when summer comes i wanna get a 5'11 or 5'10 board. im looking at a used board in brave new world used with little dings $200, its a 5'11 superbrand

  4. #104
    9.6 webber performer - perfect noserider
    7.6 g&s egg - fun all around board and perfect for teaching the kids to surf
    6.10 ci single fin - green resin tint, have ridden this in ankle to overhead
    6.8 dusty rhodes love - monster tail thickness, old nj board, huge skeg and easy to carve or cheat up to the nose
    6.6 cambell bros egg - great all around board, fun in summer if you dont want to longboard
    6.3 webber afterburner - step up for fall
    6.0 firewire dominator - go to short board for waist to head

    i'm currently into bonzers so i think a 6.0 bonzer or something alternative like a sweet potato is in the not to distant future....
    Last edited by 15stwr; Feb 15, 2011 at 05:23 PM.

  5. #105
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
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    Chadwick
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    i'm 6'5"/250lbs.max winter gear

    2011 surfboards

    raised deck design 3+"(rails 2 7/8" or less)
    resin tint deck,clear rails and bottom,polished gloss


    6'5" x 22" twin fish.aqua

    6'6" x 21 1/2" double-bump wing-swallowtail quad 'fishy'.lime green

    6'7" x 21" MR-style wing-swallow twin fin.yellow

    6'8" x 21" 5-box set-up quad/tri swallowtail shortboard.red

    6'9' x 21" 6-channel bottom double-wing swallowtail single fin.purple

    6'10" single fin egg.orange

  6. #106
    Join Date
    Sep 2010
    Location
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    Quote Originally Posted by MATT JOHNSON View Post
    thats the 2 board are in the pic I posted in my quiver

    The white and blue board is a 9'6 Bing NR2 & The Sky Blue board is a 9'10 Bing Elevator. I am gonna try the Elevator out tomorrow , I'll let you know how it rides
    Surprised LB's dominate your Quiver Shorty's are a thing of the past for me but not by choice

  7. #107
    Join Date
    Jun 2010
    Location
    Virginia Beach / OBX
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    working on 4 board

    $ board quiver usually last awhile cause they all get ridden. Just sold all 4 boards form the old quiver last summer, so far replced with two new last fall and the third is on order as of end of January and 4th will be ordered start of summer for hurricane season

    5'-5" x 19-1/4 x 2-3/8 Tommy Moore "Round Nose fish" (f-fin convertible set up) no bump wings
    5'-9" x 19 1/4" x 2 1/4" Tommy Moore "Tweaker" w/diamond tail (dumpster diver/ white diamond style single concave bottom 80's shortboard outline

    On Order-
    5'-6" x 21 x 2-5/8 at center tapering to 2 1/4" rails Tommy Moore "Slop Rod" (this is my longboard alternative stick for thigh high and under summer slop. simialr to a lost plank but with bump wings right behind the front of the quad fin set up and a big squash tail to maintain drive.

    Next order-
    6'-1" x 18 1/2 x 2 3/8 thru chest with medium high perfoamrce rails- Tommy Moore
    Wide point up further for paddling but with high performace rocker this is hte head high plus stick.

  8. got two now, 6'2 fish, and a 7'2 fun shape. hoping to get a dumpster diver soon

  9. #109
    3: a fat egg, a shorty and a step up. about to add an alaia for the summer