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RE: surfboards costa rica« Reply #1 on: June 15 2007 23:06:00 »
CARTON OR WALTER IN JACO.CAPTIN FRED HAD CARTON MAKE HIM A CUTOM 9FT LONGBOARD FOR $600 BUCKS.
RE: surfboards costa rica« Reply #2 on: June 18 2007 15:06:00 »
Banana Surf Club has many well know brands for a reasonable price,used & new check www.bananasurfclub.com
RE: surfboards costa rica« Reply #3 on: March 14 2008 07:03:00 »
carton shaper ,he s the legendary costarrican shaper , who can built you a top quality board and super fast, carton surf shop is in calle madrigal,jaco costa rica.
RE: surfboards costa rica« Reply #4 on: March 14 2008 07:03:00 »
visit carton surfboards in calle madrigal, playa jaco, is costarrican shop with more than 100 boards shaped by hand from the top profesional shaper carton, every single board is a piece of art behind the hidrodinamic perfect for costa rica. they got the soul of the roots of the surfing. pura vida in carton shop
RE: surfboards costa rica« Reply #5 on: March 14 2008 07:03:00 »
to find the best quality of surfboards in costa rica visit www.costarica-surfboards.com you ll find what is costarica surfing means ,out there. pura vida carton surfboards.
RE: surfboards costa rica« Reply #7 on: September 25 2008 14:09:00 »
Costa Rica Surf Club has Fisher Bros boards in a good price, i got one myself with no complaints, this is therir website www.costaricasurfclub.com
RE: surfboards costa rica« Reply #9 on: February 07 2009 13:02:00 »
Check out Piko's Surf shop if you're passing thru the Jaco area. He's out on the main highway just past the 4th entrance into Jaco (if you're headed south). He shapes his own boards and also has a mix of other boards he buys/trades.
I got a board from Fisher Bros for my brother a few years back and they used sheit resin....heal impressions all over the place after using it one time. I heard they were mixing Mexican resin with US resin....