|Our new Surfy Surfy Single Fins are in!|
|Inspired by my 1979 Wayne Lynch (left) gifted to me by Steve from the Central Shaft blog, I commissioned our local guru Mike Slingerland to shape us some new wing pin single fins. 35 years later airbrushed by the same man, Peter St Pierre.
|The bottom is fairly simple for a neutral, easy going and natural ride.|
|Airbrushes and custom logo by Peter St Pierre|
|I’m supplying these boards with the Tudor Island Fin by Fins Unlimited.|
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I couldn’t resist and bought this old thruster off Craigslist for $40 bucks.
Built in the early days of Moonlight Glassing.
Airbrush by Peter St Pierre.
Freestyle center box which was pretty standard back then.
Side fins were made by Greg Mungall.
Moonlight made a lot of surfboards for Rip Curl with Wayne Lynch designs which were shaped by Bill Shrosbree, Gary Hanel and Dan Van Zanten of Penguin Surfboards.
5’8″ x wide x chunky
From the inbox:
This radical 1980’s Gary Hanel shaped thruster built at Moonlight Glassing for Newport Surf & Sport.
Fade airbrush, pink glass-on fins (with logos!)
I remember delivering lots of these boards to Newport with my Dad when I was grom.
How many logos do you count?
6’3″ x 19 1/4″ x 2 9/16″
Brad Gerlach model by Chris Christenson.
Airbrush. Sanded finish. FCS II system (shown with the Performer fins).
Carbon fiber tail patches.
If you are over 40 and still like to shred thruster shortboards you should get one of these.
This is a stock surfboard at Surfy Surfy.
Also available via our online store: clicky clicky