5’5″ custom roundnose Light Vehicle Bonzer3 fin for Dylan S.
These sweet little boards are stoking out the bros. Fast and smooth groovy performance.
Shaper: The incredible Malcolm Campbell.
Dims: 5’5″ x 21 1/4″ x 2 3/4″
Glassing: 5/4oz airbrush and polished gloss.
See also: Jared and the Mini-Mango-Avocado
This is a 6’10” 1980s Skip Frye that I bought from a local guy this summer. It was fairly beat up so I gave it to ding repair dude, Jimmy Robertson to restore. Jimmy sanded the board, filled the dents and dings and re-glossed the bottom. It came out tight!
I rode it this morning, waves were high-tidy with wind on it, but fun enough. It’s really unique riding Skip’s rails. They hook up and trim high. They are not forgiving though and don’t allow for errors. This board is super fast and connected sections all the way to the beach.
This is an interesting board because as a tri-fin you can square off the bottom and head for the lip, but what to do when you get there? I actually did end up going almost vertical on one wave, you have to coast and slide back down. It does a nice craving roundhouse cutback if you use the swing weight properly.
But these boards aren’t for lippers goshdarnit, they are about speed, trim and flow.
6’10” x 21 1/2″ wide x 3″ thick.
I just bought this cool old 7’7″ Fresh Pineapple surfboard from my wife’s cousin. It was good timing considering we just got a “fresh” batch of Shrosburgers in stock. My intent was too fix some of the small dings and resell it, but now it looks like JM might want to learn on it.
*Update: now available via Forward Screenprinting’s Craftsmen Collection: clicky clicky