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Category resin tint

It’s purple!

The surf is big and glassy here in Southern California.
That means one of you 5,331 Instagramers or 4,905 Facebookers needs to buy this used 7′ Russ Short 3 fin Bonzer and live the dream.
7′ x 21″ x 2 3/4″
Deck B- condition. Bottom A- condition.
It’s purple!
*now available via the online store: clicky clicky  
**UPDATE, this board is SOLD,thanks! 

7’2″ Mandala Pintail Quad Stubbie

7’2″ x 21 1/2″ x 3″

Mani sez,
 This template draws its genetic heritage from the gene pool of my longer hulls while adding new DNA from the Stubbie family. The drawn out template naturally holds a long clean line, with the single to spiral-vee concave letting you drive hard off the rail in bigger surf. Consider this board to be the big brother to the Stubbie, a step-up for when your favorite wave finally gets a decent swell, giving you the extra muscle to scratch into the big ones. The fuller nose area preserves functional surface area for fast paddling, while keeping the template short and sweet. Truncating the nose reduces swing weight, keeping the board lively and responsive. The wide-point forward teardrop entry coupled with a pulled-in pintail keeps water following the path of least resistance. This incredibly functional platform can be set up as a single fin, 2+1, tri-fin, quad, or even the 5-box.

 The board is stock at Surfy Surfy Surf Shop.
Also available via our online store: clicky clicky

7’8″ Harv Mini-Mal Stubby Thingy








7’8″ x 23″ x 3″
19″ nose x 17″ tail
One of our favorite underground local shapers is Bob Harvey from Carlsbad, California (the next town north of Leucadia where Surfy Surfy surf shop is located).
Bob likes to shape and ride these mini-longboard type boards that are super duper fun.
This one has all bells and whistles. Resin tint, deck patch, pinlines, fin boxes, special stringer glue up and gloss & polish.
This board has the paddle and glide and flow of a longboard but is more nimble and quick.
You could Hang 5 then step back quickly and wrap around a nice cutback if you are inclined.
Or, just go straight. It’s all good as long as you don’t abuse your new wave catching powers on this thing.