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How in the hell do you expect me to buy it if I don’t know the dims. Left wanting yet again.
Enough with your smartassedness. Does it fit me or not. Fuk, you just can’t get good help anymore these days. It’s like going to home depot, on a hot summer day, and trying to find one of those orange people to help you get the the last fan, stuffed in the rack 18ft above the ground.
I sense that Tomo growing in strength in the force. Gooooooooood.
It looks like it is a 6′ 2″ from the pictures but its hard to tell for sure.
Open the pod doors Hal that board is a custom.
I just realized that I have no man or astro man on the ipod. JP’s post just made apple $.49.
At the risk of being contentious, the board looks good but the spray job is rubbish. It just looks like a child’s cheapie skateboard or something. I can’t imagine anyone actually riding a board that looks like that. Sorry but I’ve had a bottle of wine and my tongue’s loose.
PS The spray is very well done, just a really bad design for a surfboard.
That puppy for sale?
Rubbish? That’s brutal, and mean spirited.Is your real name Roy?
Wow, by some of these comments, I see that the Aloha Spirit is alive an well in California. I think that board is awesome…from the shape to the airbrush to the superior glasswork…all the way around. I’m even groovin’ on those funky quadfins now that I’ve seen footage of Daniel Thompson ripping on them…nice job everyone who had a part in building that surfboard and thanks JP for posting it. I’m going to go find one of my old Man or Astroman cassettes now and crank it up in the shop while I plane out a new 6’9″ Bonzer…Mahalo cuz! Have a great weekend…go surfing. Breathe. Aloha
Grayman space is the place brother.
As a mat surfer I have a lot of time for Daniel and I love his boards. Just really don’t like that spray at all. I wasn’t beingg mean, jusr honest. Maybe the vernacular wasn’t the best but I’m sober now so apologies for that! 😀
Your spelling’s better when you’re drunk.
…and my driving!
The concept of the cosmos or space in the airbrush is applicable to surfing, even if it is childish. It is an image of the infinite into which we pour our imaginations into as children and as adults if we maintain a grasp onto that aspect of the universe. Is that airbrush childlike? Yes. Is it applicable to why we surf? Oh, yes! I am sure the surfer who owns this board is not concerned with the image which he conjures up on the minds of those around him and thus has attained a level of freedom rarely attained. Thank you Peter St. Pierre! Don’t drop the airbrush.
JP the spray is mental!! i love it!!surfing is our connection to the universethanks Peter for the fine artwork.i want one on my board when im next in town.
yeah the space brush is ALWAYS sick
Jean-Paul St. Pierre
CEO & Janitor of the mega-corpo surf company: Surfy Surfy, Inc