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Choice Rocket










6’9″ x 19 1/2″ x 2 1/2″
This one walked into the shop the other day.

Shaped by Rich Pavel under his Choice label and glassed at Moonlight Glassing in the early 1990’s late 1980’s.
Interesting that it was originally marked as a quad twinzer.
Performance rocker. This board gives the vibe it’s seen a few good days of surf.
Ghost traction pad images are always cool.
Lots of patina but mostly watertight. Needs some TLC.

Looking forward to riding it soon!

*UPDATE: Shaper Rich Pavel posted the following comment,

J. P.
It was the late 80’s. Think of the explosive “Potz” Twinzers & The renound Glenn Minami – of Blue Hawaii fame.
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Rich here from OZ. Hanging in the shaping bays down under with the likes of Neil Purchase Jr. and the retired Neil Purchase Sr. We are going over an anthology of design. Have been speaking a lot of many designs not the least of which is the board you have there. Keep that thing for sure. One of the few design experiments we compiled that Jeff Ching rode. Ching borrowed one off of Stevie Lis thru Chioce Studios at the time and shralped the thing in solid winter conditions. Need to reference it when I return. That board was a custom commissioned and built expressly for Davey Hall. Davey, a professional (an exceptional exercise fitness physiology specialist) trainer had a few of those made. Built as Twinzers, ala Martin Potter via Laguna Canyon originally. Big story on that series of design

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10 Responses
  • Anonymous
    April 15, 2012

    Toby is the master.

  • Alan_M
    April 15, 2012

    Can we get a ride report?

  • Anonymous
    April 15, 2012

    Yes! Ride report please! I’ve been wanting to get something like that for GOOD surf.

  • Anonymous
    April 15, 2012

    Going to make it a quad?

  • Stephen
    April 15, 2012

    glad you liked it.hope it goes good for you.my buddie joe said i should of asked 100.00 for it.i couldn’t sell that board on craigslist to save me life.dug the shop.dug the thumb.

    • JP from Surfy Surfy
      April 17, 2012

      Thanks Stephen. I’m thinking about doing the full $200 repair/resand/regloss/rebuff job so there is work to be done before it gets ridden.
      Come by the shop anytime!

  • Rich Pavel
    April 17, 2012

    J. P.
    It was the late 80’s. Think of the explosive “Potz” Twinzers & The renound Glenn Minami – of Blue Hawaii fame.
    _________________________________________________________________________
    Rich here from OZ. Hanging in the shaping bays down under with the likes of Neil Purchase Jr. and the retired Neil Purchase Sr. We are going over an anthology of design. Have been speaking a lot of many designs not the least of which is the board you have there. Keep that thing for sure. One of the few design experiments we compiled that Jeff Ching rode. Ching borrowed one off of Stevie Lis thru Chioce Studios at the time and shralped the thing in solid winter conditions. Need to reference it when I return. That board was a custom commissioned and built expressly for Davey Hall. Davey, a professional (an exceptional exercise fitness physiology specialist) trainer had a few of those made. Built as Twinzers, ala Martin Potter via Laguna Canyon originally. Big story on that series of design. See you before the next leg of “The Greenroom AUSTRALASIA Design Tour” 2012. Love you guys. Next stop Bali after Cali. Need a laminator for Bali mate…. The Greenroom Lives!

    • Surfy Surfy
      April 17, 2012

      Much thanks for the backstory. Post updated with your comment.
      Stoked!

  • Anonymous
    April 20, 2012

    wish it was a twinzer!!

  • Anonymous
    June 12, 2012

    That is My brothers board! He surfed the crap out of it ! Toby was so ahead of his time. We didn’t care though…he just made us bitchen boards and we had fun trying new stuff. His whole scene was just based on stoke and lots of it!,

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