Thursday, March 08, 2007




well, here comes again; (due to the fact that I cheat Blogger from time to time..)

with an special 9 footer.
this was designed to fit a not skilled surfer , but good paddler, in a 1´ - 4 ´´ somewhat mushy waves mostly and sometimes better waves
so the guy (lifeguard) rides mostly in a beach "without" waves or with small stormy conditions (you know what I mean) ones.
and he do not wanted a tank...

I made a 9´ x 22 x 3 1/4
the foil is not tapered to the tail, keeping the bulk. for ex. it have 2´´ at 1´ from the tail
the rails are rounded and tucked to hard boxies on tail; single finbox + 2 stabilizers
the bottom start flat then rolled to a little V.
the tail is square and thick

yellow and orange paint color and black 1/4 pinline

the glass is 3 4oz on top and 1 bottom (I like this type of spring, not so rigid, more response; and the guy in this case dont need "momentum", inertia)
gloss finish (that in the pict do not showed well)

9 Comments:

Blogger JP said...

I like the glass-on side bites.

7:35 PM  
Blogger pushingtide said...

Saw you got some olas finally. Nice!

Love those fins.

10:51 AM  
Blogger Rob?royal said...

lovely board reverb. looks like loads of fun.

12:40 PM  
Blogger Patch said...

Another happy customer!

12:43 PM  
Blogger reverb said...

...thank you buddies
sadly the pict arent good
dont reflect the gloss, etc

yeah pushingtide, 3 days in a row!
Today with a Longboard!!
I rode about 20- 25 waves today in that longboard
surely not so well surfed like you patch my logfella

2:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice, very nice. would be perfect for about 90% of our surf conditions here in n. fl. keep up the good work as i always look forward to your next project and your pics stoke. davey

6:22 AM  
Blogger EmmaPeel said...

Esta es muuuuyyy old fashioned reverb!

Para escuchar a los Beach Boys

8:59 AM  
Blogger reverb said...

...Davey, keep passing by

Srta Peel, why?
for the longboard?

9:51 AM  
Blogger EmmaPeel said...

claaaaaro! los colores, la textura, muy vintage

9:34 AM  

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