Planking Origins

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Saf is was planking before all those foreigners caught on....



Whether you know it or not, you are inside.

Ripped from "Surf Substance"

7'0 PG 


Gypsy Hammer


7'x22"x2 1/2"

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This is the second Resin X/EPS board. The first was stringerless, 2 1/2" thickness. "Magic carpet" ride. The way the board conformed to the wave is like no other, due to the properties allowed by the Resin X's extreme ability to flex and rebound. (far beyond poly and epoxy resins). This allows a very smooth, friendly ride, also the volume decrease affords more responsiveness without the penalty of less floatation. The board is very light, however there is no problems sinking the rail and it rides just as low as a thicker, and heavier poly. The only thing is that it doesn't carry the momentum of a heavier board, obviously.  A cedar stinger was added to give the board some extra snap and to keep it from over-flexing. The plan shape changed to a lengthened rail line. The board is essentially a 7'6" with the nose and tail squashed off. The bottom rocker remained the same from the last Resin X board.  


New old liddle

Picked this 70s 7'4 liddle up off craigslist a few days ago drove the 1.5 hours last min to pick it up in newhall right away before it got snatched for such a good price number 1007 and was told by clark it was a mid late 70s stock board. stripped the old wax bondo'd up some dings threw a new fin in it and waahhlaaa
took it out today....timeless