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9’2″ Slingerland Longboard









9’2″ x 22 3/4″ x 3″ 
This is such a sweet longboard, I wish you guys could reach through your screen and feel it up.
Handshaped by our local guru Mike Slingerland (the best kept secret in longboard shaping).
T-Band stringer, color inlay deck, snappy red pinline, FCS Fusion side boxes shown here with the Surfy Sidebites by Jack Jensen. I think that 7.5″ True Ames Skip Frye fin looks pretty good in there too.
Easy going rails and a little nose concave. Roundpin 2+1 (nice vee ahead of the fin cluster) means you aren’t going to slip loose in the pocket and embarrass yourself in front of your friends.
It’s nice when a longboard has that combination of loose and hold.
Really, really nice.

Shabby Chic Spacebars

The Surfy Surfy house version of the Mini-Simms are called the Spacebar, they are handshaped by our resident guru Mike Slingerland.
These two are customs for friends in Japan.
These deconstructionist resin tints are the opposite of the usual crisp cutlaps and snappy pinlines we usually post.
The the rub outs on these boards are so shiny they were really hard to photograph.
Great job Moonlight Glassing crew for the professional “shabby chic” glass jobs.

Classic California Longboard

9’6″ x 23 1/4″ x 3 1/8″
Handshaped by old school guru Mike Slingerland.
Clean resin tint by Gary Stuber at Moonlight Glassing.
Extra volan deck patch. Nice wood tailblock.
Nice easy going rails and just right nose concave make this a no brainer for the sophisticated longboarder.
This is stock at the Surfy Surfy surf shop.
*this board is SOLD, thanks! 

Couple of Fresh 2+1’s

Handshaped by Mike Slingerland in Encinitas, California.
These sweet 2+1’s adopt an old template of Mike’s. He’s put all kinds of subtle and nifty modern refinements into them.
Flatter nose rocker than the GH Astro Eggs and a much pinnier tail. Soft blended rails.
The one with the earthy airbrush is 6’6″ x 20 1/2″ x 2 1/2″
The one with the blue airbrush is 6’8″ x 21″ x 2 5/8″
Shown with a Greenough 7.5″ 4A fin, but the 7″ might be better. The sweet little sidebites were made for us by Jack Jensen from a template of Mani Caro’s.
Mike calls this board the “Nano”.

So many mini options

Front: Mandala ASQ Middle: Slingerland Spacebar Rear: Mandala Twin Keel 

Imagine taking a speedy highline then swooping down and laying down a big bottom turn on this keel.

Left: Mandala ASQ tail for control Right: Spacebar tail for speed. Quads tend to be easier backside for most surfers in this genre of surfboard. 

Do you like pure speed? These surfboards may be for you. 

Need some wax on these decks.