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  1. #51
    Quote Originally Posted by enjoytheride View Post
    how fun is that Sashimi, that looks like a sick little board
    I consider it my magic board, I love riding that thing even in overhead surf, so much fun, it's super fast.

  2. #52
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    MB 07750
    I honestly find myself grabbing for the CI more often than any others - the WIR single fin is 4 sale $650

    9' mid 60's Dewey Weber D-Fin
    9' 4 early 60s Dewey Weber Hatchet Fin
    6' 1968 Dewey Weber "Ski"
    7' 2 late 70s Hap Jacobs single fin

    9' 6 Robert August WIR single fin
    9' Robert August WIR 2+1 Tufflite
    9' 4 FLY triple stringer 2+1

    7' Channel Islands Rob Machado single fin
    7' 2 FLY custom "oversized thruster"
    7'2 custom shaped by neighbor (Earl Moore)
    6' 9 custom rounded squash Island Style (Thom Eadon)
    6' 6 custom swallow tail "fish-inspired" EPS Island Style (Thom Eadon)
    6' 8 G&S thruster from the early 80s (garage sale $15)

  3. #53
    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyav13 View Post
    is their a noticeable difference from UM to 21-13? and why are they called 21-13? i know why he left UM but is their a reason behind 21-13? they look pretty sick though....which is better, billion air or agent?
    21 is the numerical value for U and 13 is the numerical value for M

    and yeah the agent has a little wider outline so it works awesome in alot of different conditions, the billion air is more like a standard surfboard so its just fast an really loose

  4. #54
    Quote Originally Posted by JMD View Post
    5'10" x 19 1/4 x 2 1/8 Coil "Widerboard" (will be ready for pickup in the next couple weeks)

    6'3" x 18 3/8 x 2 3/16 Coil Step-up

    6'0" x 18 3/8 x 2 1/8 Cole High Performance Short Board

    5'8" x 18 3/4 x 2 1/8 Zarmora High Performance Fish (quad)

    5'10" x 19 x 2 1/8 Cole Firefly (high performance quad)

    These are the only boards that are in heavy rotation right now. I have 2 semi guns for real traveling boards but I won't list them because they get absolutely no use here in NJ.
    How do you like that Zamora HP Fish. I've been eyeing Ian's shapes and hoping to get one soon.

  5. #55
    9-0 Shawn Ambrose Quadzilla, parabolic stringer quad <----Daily Driver
    9-0 Walden Magic Model 3 <----Boardworks epoxy, good for crowded days at NSIRI
    9-0 Neal Norris - Maui Rippa<-----12yo and really beat up
    9-0 Pope Bisect travel board<---Collecting dust
    6-4 Greg Griffin 5-fin fish<---Still learning to ride