A new 9’6″ glider for Jay of Olas Creative and Slider Magazine.
Check out some special deals on my boards at Surfindian. Stop in and talk to Chris and pick one up for Christmas.
The board in the rack here at the Sacred Craft Expo ’08 is one I made for Happy Tom of Turbo Negro. He has been unable to get it to his place in Costa Rica due to airline restrictions on length and so has decided to part with it. It is available through Chris at Surfindian in Pacific Beach. It’s a round pin noserider with Sam Cody color work. Very lightly used and in good shape.
New boards at Surfindian in Pacific Beach. Stop in and check out all of the great art, clothes, DVDs, fins and all kinds of other cool stuff.
6’8″ arctail downrailer, color by Cody
7’6″ miho hillbilly hull, beautiful resin tint, fuller nose, round pin
7’11” hillbilly hull/glider, pond scum resin tint, fins 101 bamboo flex fin, SPEED!
Come on down to Del Mar, 15th st. the first morning of the show and demo some of my boards, along with a bunch of others, at the TransWorld SURF Sacred Craft Magical Morning Board Demo.
Last year my boards were featured, along with Sam Cody’s artwork at Chris’ second ever show. Chris has been a great friend and consultant on all things to do with surf craft.
Well these babies are now in the capable hands of the craftsmen at Channin, up on the hill in Encinitas. On the list are a 9’11” Pig made from a 1954 Velzy/Jacobs template, generously provided by “the genius”, a 9’1″ EDB for a friend in San Francisco, a 7’3 1/2″ hull, a 6’8″ arc tail downrailer, and a 7’7″ Cali fun gun for the same client who ordered the pig. there will be a variety of bells and whistles including but not limited to resin tints, resin panels and comp bands, wooden fins by Willy/Bahne and more. They will all be on view at this years Sacred Craft show, Oct. 10th and 11th.
Hope to see you there.
Just signed up with Scott Bass for the 2009 Sacred Craft Surfboard Expo. The first two years were awesome and I’m really looking forward to this year. I hope to have a fair representation of the models I’ve been developing over the last several years. Hope to see you there.