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balsawood surfboards for sale in japan« on: November 07 2010 12:11:00 »
the finest quality of balsawood surfboards available in the world are now in japan for a surf trip. I have a few boards for sale and i am looking for retailers and custom board orders to bring tis superb high performance surfboard to the land of the rising sun. contact jesse at [email protected] for more info.
rmHgexcTdOkQDHZEBz« Reply #1 on: January 24 2013 12:01:00 »
the 2nd pic is the Fish-Finger , its my newest fun shape for this Spring Summer it can be rieddn finless or with many different fin variations ( but primarily designed as a beginner finless board ) with the fins being the training wheels I have been riding mine with 2 tiny small cut off fins placed quite forward so I can slide, glide and spin easily but with a tiny bit of hold when I need it .lots of volume so it'll pick up any wave at all, more fun than a mal, and catches waves nearly as easily, and with Summer coming, this baby only needs a half foot of slop to get up and going, finless is fun even when the waves are very ordinary .the bootom one is the Kritta , its a flat deck, single concaved quad that flys, its a small wave demon, very quick, paddles great too ..