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Shape and Fins




California Quad: 5’11” x 19 1/8″ x 2 1/4″

This surfboard was shaped by Marlin Bacon. Marlin is a good shaper. He likes to make performance shortboards because he himself surfs good. He also made the fins. They are bamboo which are light and strong and have performance flex characteristics. Marlin’s fin company is called 101 Fin Co. He doesn’t promote his surfboard label at all. He is more of a behind the scenes kind of industry guy. We here at Surfy Surfy are big Marlin Bacon fans and encourage you all to ride his boards and fins. Thank you.


To see some photos of Marlin in action click here
8 Responses
  • Anonymous
    September 27, 2010

    California quad.Marlin is the man.

  • Anonymous
    September 27, 2010

    wall hanger or kook board?

  • M.C.
    September 27, 2010

    Not wall hanger. Thats board you ride like stole it and never look back until it’s dead. Then figure out how long it’s going to be before you get your hands on another.
    Either that last comment was joke from someone or they have never surfed one to know. If I had only one board. This would be it. Tough to get a hold off. Nice that you guys make them once in while for those that know what’s up and want the Marlin Magic.

  • Anonymous
    September 27, 2010

    MArlin’s fins RULE! we have four sets in our family. Imagine how hard they are to get back here on the east coast! bonzers, quads whatever—101’s are it! said the walrus

  • Anonymous
    September 27, 2010

    wallhanger????????????????

  • Anonymous
    September 27, 2010

    I’ve got my custom 101’s about to marry a custom D.J. Kane Sword.Hurry up greyhound !!!!!! Marlin for prez !!!!!

  • The icy blue surfboard makes me feel cool inside. Its freakin hot here, still.

  • Anonymous
    October 5, 2010

    Marlin’s fins are incredible, if you’ve never checked them out up close you will be amazed. Not to mention how they feel when you put it on rail and lay down a strong turn.

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