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Category Moon Frog

New Mark Richards Twin Fins (+1) at Surfy

We gots brand new Mark Richards twin fins! (+ center mini-trailer stabilizer)
5’8″ x 19 1/2″ x 2 1/2″
5’10” x 19 7/8″ x 2 7/8″ 
6’0″ x 20″ x 2 7/8″
6’2″ x 20 7/8″ x 2 7/8″ 
Shapes via Matt Biolas and …lost surfboards.
Full polish/gloss/pinlines via the Christenson/Moonlight factory.
Classic 1980 outline with modernized bottom and rocker, fluted wings and the new FCS II fin boxes (FCS II specialty fins not available yet. Shown here with custom fiberglass MR template by Jack Jensen and the infamous mini Shark Tooth trailer. Stock MR TFX FCS carbon pc combo fins also available).
Video clip from the classic Jack McCoy and Dick Hoole film, Storm Riders.

Duncan Campbell

Tim Orr in Hawaii emailed this shot of Duncan Campbell with Davey Miller’s trusty 7’7″ that Malcolm shaped in 1989. Tim is going to restoration so Duncan can ride it this winter.
Malcolm made me a 6’8″ version of this board in 1990, it was absolutely magic in Mainland Mexico beachbreak and scored few epic California days on it too.
Not sure photos of mine exist. It was left in the hands of a local ripper kid in the Mexico state of Colima in the late 90’s.
We should probably have Malcolm shape a few of these for stock for the shop for surfers seeking heavy water barrels…
*update: Duncan sez, This is the best 7’7″ I’ve ever had. I have been riding this thing every winter since 1989.
  Campbell Brothers TV Heads t-shirt 

1990’s Sunset e-wing Bonzer 5 fin

Shaper Brian Fredrickson with one of his 90’s customs. 

This beat up but still functional Sunset Surfboards 5 fin e-wing Bonzer came thru the shop recently.
Shaped by Brian Fredrickson at Moonlight Glassing.
I used to ride these exact same boards from Brian. B.F. shapes a great e-wing along with creator Max McDonald and Malcolm Campbell.
Dims: 6’9″ x 19″ x 2 5/8″
11″ nose x 13 1/8″ tail

7’4″ Ed Wright Mini Machine

7’4″ x 22 1/4″ x 2 3/4″
Handshaped by founder of Sunset Surfboards, Ed Wright in Leucadia, California.
Longboard planeshape put under the shrinking machine. Trim, glide and hang a holy 5.
Nice ice blue tint by Gary Stuber at Moonlight Glassing. Gloss and polish.
Shown with FCS GX glass sidebites and a 7.5″ Skip Frye fin from True Ames.

Ed Wright was recently featured on’s Shaper’s Alley Encinitas