Embrace glassy small wave surfing with this 9’6″ x 22 3/4″ x 3 1/8″ Gary Hanel “Red Line Special” triple stringer single fin longboard, oooooOOOoooh!
9’6″ length x 23″ width x 3″ thickness
15 1/2″ nose x 18 1/4″ tail widths
It’s great when board builders are in the zone, we all benefit.
Roger Hinds Pathfinder model with 2″ center balsa stringer and duel cedar stringers.
This is a stock board at Surrrfy Surrrfy.
Also, available online: clicky clicky
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Good stuff from two super awesome Surfy people:
Epic surfboard builder Roger Hinds moved into his new factory last week and is all systems go for his specialty 100% start to finish surfboards.
Shelby is our new Surfy Surfy Art Director, look for new and groovy things from here via Surfy Surfy over the next few weeks.
You can order the Shelby/Surfy/Hinds model custom.
Turnaround in less than 30 days.
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|This is not Hank Byzak. This is Andrew.|
Classic old school surfboard shaper Hank Byzak has been dropping off longboards for us to stock. Hank has been around for a long time and his shapes are clean.
Hank has a reputation for being grumpy, but we’ve always found him to be laid back and cool.
Shop Grom Andrew likes this pair of 9’3″ logs with acid swirl resin tints.
Yellow: 9’3″ x 23 1/2″ x 3″
Blue: 9’3″ x 23 1/4″ x 3″
Come check out what we got at Surfy Surfy Surf Shop in Leucadia, California.
Some of the stock is available online: clicky
Ed Wright stopped by the shop this week. He just turned 69 years old.
Ed founded Sunset Surfboards in Encinitas in the late 60’s, but before that he learned to shape surfboards in the very spot he is standing in the early 60’s when our building was Surfboards Hawaii. Soon after owner John Price moved Surfboards Hawaii to downtown Encinitas into the La Paloma theatre building. Ed worked there until starting Sunset.
*side note, my Dad Peter St Pierre and my father-in-law John Smith also worked at Surfboards Hawaii. So did a guy named Al Merrick who went on to have a decent shaping career. The Sunset factory crew formed Moonlight Glassing in 1979.
We currently have a couple of nice 9’6″ 3stringers Ed shaped in stock.
9’6″ x 23″ x 3 1/8″
Roundpin and wood block square tail.
Both boards have rare original 1979 Moonlight Glassing logos. The 35 year old ink and rice paper actually glassed out okay.
Surfy Surfy Surf Shop is inspired by Ed’s original Sunset Surfboards.
We also stock Sunset Surfboards by Ed’s protege Brian Fredrickson.
See also New “Retro” Sunset Single Fins at Surfy Surfy
Full circle surf culture stuff!