Surfy Surfy: The Big Giant Orange Thing
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In the words of George Takei, “Oh my!”
That’s one big f-ing board. Where does one ride one of those things? And what type of vehicle is required to transport it to the beach?
i think they fired that thing at the satellite today
More Bonzers, Pavels, Mannys
small dayingway out sittingsuper glidingcross step step step step steppin’beast.
sure to be kind of board that makes freinds and enemys quickly.I wish i was it’s owner.
Beautiful. What a way to show your roots. I would to slide like Frye on a summer afternoon at Tourmalaine. Well Done!
I could tell you were I ride my 11’2″ Frye but then I would have to kill you!
The glide those big boards have are great. I even took it to Horseshoe once if you can believe it. Haven’t you seen the footage of Tom Curren riding his dads old gun at either back door or off the wall.
Free your Mind and your board will follow.
I got my 10’6″ for the slide and glide. Paddlin’ all over the place!
Josh came gliding through the pack the other morning. The reflective orange glow off the post run-off green lagoon water temporarily mixed to re-create an evening session sunset effect. Liquid sunshine, smiles abound. I looked up and he was gone down the beach.
Who da shaper?
Classic Skip template, Josh Hall handshaped, epic moonlight glasswork, Ready to glide! Looks Killer!
Joe Brophy is a total kook!
Wow That is a whole lotta board !How do you laminate a board that big ?Is it a 2 (or 3) person effort?
Jean-Paul St. Pierre
CEO & Janitor of the mega-corpo surf company: Surfy Surfy, Inc