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Category tri-fin


7’4″ x 21 3/4″ x 2 3/4″
Handshaped by Gary Hanel.
Airbrush and clean glass job by Moonlight Glassing.
GH shapes some of the cleanest and most stylish eggs around.
Loaded with subtle design features not found on Craigslist.
“Astro” bottom concaves organize water flow.
Template, rails and rocker designed to be nimble.

This board is for sale at Surfy Surfy Surf Shop and via our online store.
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We’re what’s happening
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Oh isn’t it wild ?

See also Original GH Astro Egg

1980’s Sunset Tri Fin

This one came into the shop via the underground surfy network of surf bros with rad old boards in their garages.
What: Sunset Surfboards tri-fin.
Who: Shaper and founder of Sunset, Ed Wright.
When: Early 1980’s.
Where: Made at Moonlight Glassing, which originally existed inside Sunset Surfboards on the coast highway in Encinitas, before moving out to the industrial park in San Marcos in 1979.

Stray Observations:
*An interesting blend of logos from the classic 70’s Sunset to Ed’s very 80s shaper logo, to the super classic TRI FIN logo (to clarify the confusion of early 80’s multi-fin madness).
*The red, white and blue wishbone hotcoat color work is 1970’s influenced.
*The glass-on side fins are cool. The center box is a Freestyle box which is common on these early 80s boards. The mini-boomerang fin was actually popular for a short time back then.
*Duct tape seems to have fallen out of favor as a go-to ding repair solution in the last decade or so.
*This board was well used which is a good sign that the owner loved it. It has some major dings but all are repairable.
*It’s light!
*There are design elements in this board which are enjoying a resurgence lately. 1980s shortboards were pretty darn good mushbusters.

*This board was made 30 years ago by the same crew that makes all the new boards featured on Surfy Surfy.

7’6″ Kelp Egg

This crafty creation was shaped by Gary Hanel, who in our opinion is one of the finest egg shapers in the surfboard industry. It features crisp foiled rails, a pulled in nose and beachbreak friendly rocker. Nice kelpy resin tint by Gary Stuber at Moonlight Glassing. The earth tone color and length may say cruise but the design says hit the lip if you want too.
7’6″ length x 22″ wide x 2 11/16″ thickness
Lokbox fin system with nice fiberglass fins.
This board is SOLD!