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Tfad, if you happen to see a 5’10 Daniel Thompson blue quad fish floating around there, I think it would look perfect on surfy surfy.
i’d always wondered about black boards and how they look from 20′ below.
sharks are color blind, aren’t they??
Once, someone told me that black is a bad color for surfboards, retains the heat. In any case looks good.
Nice UBIK spray job.
I dont think I would put that one in the water…it’s too pretty it would be a nice wall hanger.
…yeah, for a 6 foot top to bottom wall…
what a beauty! i’ve heard that the wax melts off dark boards easier? dunno… in any case – this board looks awesome! yow!
Wax won’t melt off anything when the water is 37 to 47 degrees! North East winter color…
My man is correct about the winter water, today was a warm day water temp hit 45.It is actually a good idea for the winter as wax getting hard is such a problem.But it would be terrible in the summer.
So Im assuming that the deck is negro too? Black board will definately stand out from down below more than a white one. What color did the men in gray suits pick for their bellies as camo? I always heard that Yellow was the “sharky” color for the bottom of board.
i would ever like to build a black board like this but would it support + than 35 ° C ???
special for JP : Some of my friends surf with ROB who was here few weeks ago !!!
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Ha! Nice PKD refrenece.
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