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Ive seen that kid around…hes a kook from Lemon Grove.
He looks like a little hobbit!
i’ve been jonesing to draw some looooong turns on one of those on a day with some size.
Ya if that board is 5’8″ he’s a Hobbit
that’s a nice board.
Josh nice board. im thinking its 6’9″ or so? Do you do them with loxbox? what is your turn around time?
that boards sick looking!! lemon grove or la mesa who really gives a f&^$. Its all about where he is now and where hes going in future. get over it haters.. dont be mad because you dont get any play on surfy…
nice board..i cant wait til i have some money so i can order a bonzer from him..
Monster fish have their place in a quiver and in the lineup…. the curve and scale this board will fit a 8 foot bomb at Blacks…. I’ve got one on the way…see you next swell
wave hog machine
What a coinkydink, I posted about Josh yesterday.
josh hall shapes a nice board, he surf well & he is a nice guy. big future for this san diego shaper.
Josh Hall, was born and raised in Clairemont until the middle of 8th grade when he then moved to Spring Valley to live with his father and grandmother. He then attended Coronado High School/ class of 1998. Josh graduated from San Diego State University class of 2003 with a degree in Spanish literature. Following school,Josh owned a wine import company for 3 years and now has focused on his passion of building custom hand crafted surfboards.
big fish, little fish, swimmin in the water
Reverb, big fishes a no-no? Tell that to people like Steve Lis, Pavel, Frye, etc. They have been making big fishes from the beginning. Have you ever actually ridden one? They are so much fun, and that is what matters.
josh went to cornado high? rad!
class of 09′ right here.
Josh Hall is part of Skip Frye’s Ohana. This young man is one of the very few to be taught by the Master shaper. In a short amount of time Josh is quickly becoming one of Sandiego’s finest shapers. He has a bright future ahead of him. I have been very impressed with his progression in craftsmanship and attention to detail. Aloha my fine friend. Daniel
Looks likemy size and color how $$?
…TED,yep,I tell ya in that range an egg for ex is a better design-lose the fish characteristics is 1 of the disadvantages
these great shapers needs to filling orders too..
check in the water those fishes and compare with the eggs
–yes, you see “hulls” in the waterand great shapers who do itbut is a very difficult design (not user friendly)
Josh what are the dims on that board?
Jean-Paul St. Pierre
CEO & Janitor of Surfy Surfy, Inc