Furrow Surf Craft

Friday, May 09, 2014







We adopted Christine Brailsford into the Surfy'verse a few years ago when she would visit us at Moonlight Glassing and shuffle around the factory.
A talented cartoonist and graphic artist Christine is well known for her bodysurfing handplanes and wood paipos.
After a stint working the sales floor at the Surfy Surfy brick & mortar store in Leucadia, California, Christine has been quietly developing her surfboard shaping skills.
We are ready to start releasing her shapes into the wild.
Furrow Surf Craft
Pictured are three stock single fin stubbies all handshaped by Christine.
All have Hull nose entry. Flat to vee bottom. Wide point back. Tapered stringers for some flexy goodness. Quality 5oz glassing all the way around. Wetsanded gloss coats.
Built at the Moonlight/Christenson factory.
Support Christine and the next generation of 21st Century surfboard shapers. 
5'10" x 20 1/4" x 2 5/8"
6'0" x 20 7/8" x 2 15/16"
6'2" x 21" x 2 7/8"
Available via our online store:
6'2" Furrow Single Fin Stubbie: click to buy *SOLD*
6'0" Furrow Single Fin Stubbie: click to buy *New one in stock!
5'10" Furrow Single Fin Stubbie: click to buy*New one in stock!

9 comments:

  1. How big can Christine go with this shape? Love the clean looks. Am older guy and these really short ones don't quite make it any more . I guess if u get to the 7'6" range it can not be called a stubbie? 7'6" - 22.5 - 3"?

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  2. Tim Orr - Pure Life Surfboards HawaiiMay 9, 2014 at 8:48 PM

    You go girl, more power to ya!
    Aloha Friday
    ^^^

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  3. good lookin' shapes! the board building world needs more talented female shapers! hope to see more of her stuff on here.

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  4. WOW! these are wonderful......now how about some for we loder guys ;-)

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  5. Christine. Those are some very cool boards that you have shaped, super nice clean lines a swami's rider. Peace, taco's & olas. Doug

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  6. purdy!
    well done!
    keep it up!

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  7. something pure about those shapes. I started with that same bottom. Great foundation, keep up the hand shapes. Try to keep a couple of your early ones if possible. Keep on truckin'.

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  8. How'zit Christine! Soon as I get the extra flow together I am for sure going to purchase one of your awesome shred sleds...I really like that twin fin fish that's on the SURFYSURFY site as well...sweet single fin stubbies though, will have to go that route when the kala starts flowing again...thank you again for shaping and putting some awesome craft in the water...aloha!

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