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McCoy by Pautsch

If there is a really random board going through Moonbase by a shaper that isn’t in our regular rotation it’s a sure bet that it belongs to quiver hound Tim Elsner.
Shaped by Greg Pautsch. Dims unknown. Cool white opaque resin tint by Gary Stuber.

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  • Hugh
    March 2, 2010

    Daddy like. What kine fin?

  • Anonymous
    March 3, 2010

    How do I get that?

  • Anonymous
    March 3, 2010

    so was it shaped in Oz and brought over? I thought Geoff was based in Byron Bay? Been trying to find a real gullwing single fin McCoy nugget (not a thruster surftech) for quite sometime now. Any info on dealers here in the USA?

  • Anonymous
    March 3, 2010

    looks to be shaped by greg pautsch who is in san clem. he is used to shape for mccoy when he was in newport and is the only guy allowed to use his name in the us.

    • Anne Celest McCoy
      November 8, 2018

      No he is not but that has not stopped him even after Geoff McCoy asked him to stop.
      He has never replied to Geoff’s letters and certainly knows nothing about Geoff McCoy Designs Nugget Range of Surfboards as Geoff had not even thought of them when he was briefly assiciated with GP many years ago.
      These Boards are therefor an illegal copy. No permission and no Templates were ever requested or given to GP by Geoff McCoy.

    March 6, 2010

    Drooling over my keyboard as I type…

  • Anonymous
    March 9, 2010

    check this out

  • Anonymous
    July 19, 2010

    Revolution surfboards has the McCoy rights in the US. Pautsch is shaping for them. He worked side by side with Geoff and can make these as well as any of Geoff’s guys – better IMO. A LOT less expensive than getting one from DU. I know, having spent nearly $2OOO on one with shipping. If you want one, go to

    No, I am not a rep but I own a few!

  • Anonymous
    July 21, 2010

    not a ‘real’ mccoy see swaylocks. Great board though

  • Anonymous
    August 2, 2010

    I can’t see how you don’t consider it a “real” McCoy. Greg shaped McCoy brand boards along side Geoff in Newport when Geoff lived in the U.S. Geoff went home and Greg is licensed to make McCoy designs and put the McCoy name on the board. Does Geoff need to physically be in the room during shaping??? If so, there’s some bogus McCoys coming out of Geoff’s shop in Australia. Geoff doesn’t shape all of his boards. I’m just saying….

  • Anonymous
    February 29, 2012

    yes geoff does shape all his own boards – there is only one mccoy and this is an imitation. deal with it revo…..

  • Anonymous
    May 21, 2012

    Whats your point? Yours is bigger than his? I own a McCoy I bought from Australia that has a shaper named Darren Rogers as the builder? Is it an imitation?

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