Saturday, June 10, 2006

Bonzer shortboard

Bonzer 5´10´´ x 19 1/2" (2.5 down) x 2 1/2" (máx.) FOAM/FIBER rear fin
shape: bonzer shortboard with tail area and volume. 60/40 semifull rails. bottom flat to concave to bonzer channels. deck slightly domed. low entry rocker more on tail.
glass: 2 4oz Aerialite cloth in the deck. 1 bottom. "speed finish" both sides. resin kind of "acid splash" abstract. red paint on top. resin pinline (white)


Blogger Dr. Nazli said...

Fernando! Great - now we know what a "yer bonzer" is.

Thank you for your comments that caused other people to think. Muy encantada.

Also - you should know that I come from a third world country - even though I reside in the US - so I am very aware of what you speak.

Hope you are feeling better.

De donde eres? Soy de USA. Como etas? Muy bien?

Hasta luego

(Fernando - I had my first Spanish class and I need to practic so yo uhave to put up with my nonsensical sentences for a while :-) Cris - don't laugh at me :-))

8:35 PM  
Blogger Before Sunrise said...

How can I laugh if my Spanish isn't much better than yours? :-)

Fer, is that your board (or one of your boards)?

9:18 PM  
Blogger Louise said...

ok, I laugh at both of you !!! Because I can't speak a word of spanish!!!!!!
(sorry, Fernando, for using your space!!! hahahaaha)

1:02 PM  
Blogger reverb said...

...this is an update for all of you, my internet friends: I do not have fractures.

-but not until next tuesday that the physiotherapy (an electrical one)will begin...

---for my non surfers visitors------BONZER-- is a 5 fins and 4 concave channels (shaped in the board) "system". Originally invented by M.Campbell as a 1 rear fin and 2 "side runners" (aka kind of fins); then developed by the man himself to a 1 rear fin and 4 side runners (5 fins). the 2 originally side runners were "divided" in 2(each)and placed not in the same line; so you obtain similar fin area, but more drive and a small arc attack (in the wave). the channels are shaped in the foam; The 2 main channels start between the front fins and the middle of the board; and run to the tail (heavy acentuated in front of the rear fin; now about 1/4" deep). the others 2 start in front of the side fins and "run" between each one to every rail, fading out.etc

11:56 AM  

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