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that thing is pretty crazy looking, is that the board GWS wa cutting for Origional T.?I just watched a hull vid online and it looks soo hard to surf, everyone seems to be surfing on banana peels.here is the link
never mind the above comment, getting people and boards mixed up the GWS board I was thinking of was a Spencer kellogg.
dims please? what ttype of fin is that?
DAMN!Sick, sick board!Go get’um friend
I just received one from Mollusk surf shop (the 6.0 red, that is still on the gallery).
the board is very fun, I have already ride it 3 times (but in 4 to 5 feet windy summer waves).
I had also 7.2 a bojorquez hull, and the Beegee ride like the bojo but can go more verticale and turn very well.it is easy to catch the waves, and fly thew the sections…
I am waiting long glassy waves to ride it more from the middle and try the “displacement hull” feeling on a 6.0…
very very fun board! I love it
on it I have a 7.5 true ames liddle flex fins and the sides are quite small with no flex and look hand made.
always thought those finelines looked badass – prob more versatile than a liddle which you can’t even step on the tail.
lesider, no banana peel here. easy to over bury a rail though. get the right rail turn and you zoom into the pocket for unreal trim speed.
ps – all those gothic dolphin vids are the best hull surfing…thanks for posting that.
You people speak a hull differentlanguage !
Those Finelines are nice & tempting. How come the only place it seems you can find one is in S.F? I thought the guy was from So. Cal.
you can get ’em at Val Surf. The shaper works there on Fridays.
same nose rocker as the Cardiff statue
Thanks Moonunit and BJ & KP. The board is achingly beautiful and what a perfect time to pick it up. Waves on the way!!
Animal Tracks Surfboards were similar, we called ’em eggs,but they looked like hulls.What’s the difference?
Ittis the morrrning of the earr-rr-rr-tthh…
That’s the one I’d get if I didn’t live at this galldang beach break. Now I’m stuck living vicariously through OT again. Dammit.
make sure to try it with the fin all the way forward. I picked one up and wasn’t happy until I moved the fin to the front. Lately it’s been all I’ve been riding. works well in the slop that I’ve had access to of late.
So, how does it ride?
And have you ridden the stringer-less yet?
Hi! Brian Hilbers here. As you might guess, I shaped this board…
I guess 6’0 to 6’2, definitely a later board. Great pic! It shows everything I’d like it to show, besides the stupid MP pic- Michael would never ride a GB.
I would never glass in any indications of any association with anything that happened “back then”.
You’ve ignored all the real info on the deck- my pencil, my hand, my Book. Who are you?
Jean-Paul St. Pierre (J.P.)
CEO & Janitor
Leucadia, CA 1970