6’0′, 6’2″, 6’4″, 6’6″ Here is the finished batch of Sunset single fins we had Brian Fredrickson shape us off the original 1970’s templates he had stashed away. Featuring Microgroove technology and classic airbrushes and pinlines by Peter St Pierre. There is no cure for Single Fin Fever so you might as well embrace it.
6’4″ x 20 1/2″ x 2 7/8″
We commissioned Brian Fredrickson of Sunset Surfboards to shape us a few replicas of the classic Sunset single fins of the 1970’s.
Sunset Surfboards was located on the coast highway in dowtown Encinitas from the late 1960’s to the early 1990’s.
Sunset was founded by Ed Wright who later passed the torch to his protege Brian Fredrickson.
The Moonlight Glassing surfboard factory crew began in the downstairs section of Sunset Surf Shop. When Sunset expanded it’s retail space in 1979, Moonlight Glassing moved to an industrial park 7 miles inland where it’s been every since.
Surfy Surfy Surf Shop is based off my early fond memories of hanging at Sunset when I was a little kid, later working there in the back alley doing ding repair as a teenager and bugging the sales girls at the front counter.
This 6’4″ is off an original template, the rocker and rails cleaned up for 2013.
This shape will be available in 6’0″, 6’2″, 6’4″ and 6’6″ with similar airbrush designs.
This board also features the rare and amazing microgrooves.
*this board is SOLD, thanks!
|The new improved surfboard showroom at Surfy Surfy. Yew!|
|Christine arranging out new surfboard wall.|
|Gabby Gabby has 5 jobs and is a college student but she makes time to work at Surfy Surfy.|
|The new surfboard rack as seen from the coffee coffee patio.|
|Meanwhile out at the factory Skinny Dave emerges from the newly combined Christenson & Moonlight.|
|Peter St Pierre surveys all the longboards he must pinline. How many feet of masking tape will this require?|
|Modern shred machines by Chris Christenson and crew.|
|A Surfy Surfy custom Bonzer in the airbrush room.|
|Cruise down to Surfy Surfy and check out some boards!|
Handshaped by Gary Hanel in deepest, darkest Leucadia, California.
Lotus airbrush by Peter St Pierre
FCS Fusion boxes. AK4 fiberglass fins by Jack Jensen.
Wetsand gloss (matte) finish.
New in stock: 5’10” x 20 7/8″ x 2 9/16″
Shaped by Malcolm Campbell and built at Moonlight Glassing
4 oz s-cloth/volan combo. Airbrush, pinline, gloss and polish.
The Bumblebee has the paddle and flow of a traditional 70’s template powered with the original three fin Bonzer system for a higher level of surfing.
An essential part of the serious surfer’s quiver.
*this board is SOLD, thanks!
Handshaped by Mike Slingerland in Encinitas, California.
These sweet 2+1’s adopt an old template of Mike’s. He’s put all kinds of subtle and nifty modern refinements into them.
Flatter nose rocker than the GH Astro Eggs and a much pinnier tail. Soft blended rails.
The one with the earthy airbrush is 6’6″ x 20 1/2″ x 2 1/2″
The one with the blue airbrush is 6’8″ x 21″ x 2 5/8″
Shown with a Greenough 7.5″ 4A fin, but the 7″ might be better. The sweet little sidebites were made for us by Jack Jensen from a template of Mani Caro’s.
Mike calls this board the “Nano”.