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Category FCS

Little Blue Travel Buddy Bonzer

These little Bonzer eggs make for great travel boards. This one features the new FCS Fusion system with Campbell Brothers approved removable Bonzer siderunners. The center fin is 6.5″ True Ames bamboo veneer fin. These don’t have the same performance level as the 101 bamboo fins by Marlin Bacon but they are fairly light and have a lot of tip flex. Maybe too much flex for bigger waves but in small waves they work pretty good.
The e-wing really opens up these egg boards. If you put your back foot right where the wing breaks you will standing right above the fin cluster which allows you to put these puppies straight up into the lip. The pulled in nose means you won’t dig rail on your way back down.
Shaped by Malcolm Campbell (of course). Clean resin tint by Gary Stuber, 5 fin box install tightly by Dave Kerr, sanded by Kenny Mann and glossed and polished by Mark Donnellon at Moonlight Glassing.

El Nuggeterino

5’10” Ryan Sakal “Nugget” model with 5 fin boxes for quad or tri-fin option. Trippy airbrush by Peter St Pierre. Built at Moonlight Glassing with 4/4 s-cloth glassing and wetsanded gloss finish. Not a standard shortboard and not a fish, the Nugget is one of those handy versatile boards to keep around.

Shaped and glassed by surfers!

5’10” x 20″ x 2 1/2″ this board includes fins.

Nuggety Nugget

Second generation surfboard shaper Ryan Sakal has been making clean and functional boards lately. This one is called “The Nugget”.

Grant Thomas checks it out. He could go 5’4″ or 5’2″ with this design.
The Nugget comes with 5 FCS fins (K2 template) so you can ride it as a quad or a tri-fin.

5’6″ x 19 1/2″ x 2 1/4″ Handshaped by Ryan for Surfy Surfy Surf Shop. Built at Moonlight Glassing with 1st quality 4 oz s-cloth and wetsanded gloss finish. Pinlines by Peter St Pierre. Support the next generation of surfer labor!