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Category Surfy Stuff

Surfy Longboard Model Summer 2022

New Surfy Surfy longboard model for summer 2022.
Collab with Surfy Surfy CEO & Janitor, J.P. St. Pierre and surfer/shaper, Todd McFarland.
9’0″ x 22 7/8″ x 2 7/8″ (68L)
Shown here with an 8.75″ Rainbow Fin Co. “Fringe” center fin.
Featuring “Finny” the mascot.
Softer version of the classic square tail.


Tucked edge in the tail for more control and less “washy” bottom turns.


Coke bottle green resin tint with 1/2″ dark wood stringer for a clean and classy look.


Instead of the drill loop we went with a standard leash cup for less fuss when you decide to wear a leash.
New Surfy Surfy logo is a tribute an original 1970’s Sunset Surfboards logo. Groovy.
We call this one the Model T for Todd.
Classic California longboard inspiration with some sneaky extras: tucked tail edge, vee running from the front fin box, smoothly transitioning to noseriding concave.
The Surfy Surfy Todd Model is available exclusively at the Board Source in Carlsbad, CA in 9’0″, 9’4″, 9’6″.

See all Surfy stock at the Board Source


90’s GH Bonzer

The late 80’s / early 90’s transition was a cool time in surfing for board design and graphics.
The Moonlight Glassing team was firing on all cylinders.
Giant logos ruled the day.
With this logo the 1979 Moonlight logo met the future primitive style of the 80’s. Usually found on longboards, this one found it’s way on this 6’6”.
When Malcolm Campbell started bringing shaped blanks to Moonlight Glassing from Oxnard, he shared the secrets of the 5 fin Bonzer with Gary Hanel who quickly adopted it.
The carbon fiber Bonzer side fins were standard in this era, little bit more rare is the glass-on center fin with lightweight foam insert by Jack Jensen.
Anyone else miss the old large size leash cups?
GH’s signature has not changed. Also, Moon Frog and Surfrider Foundation.
A little bit of ding repair and this thing can shred again.