Monday, January 26, 2009

Want Something a Little Different?

Designed in the early 70's, the Bonzer is a transitional board which was one of the first to feature a tri fin setup. The Bonzer is a board made for speed utilizing its unique low and long side fins with a deep single concave to produce tremendous drive off of turns. Despite its retro shape, the Bonzer still maintains relevancy as an extremely responsive board in medium to large surf (it may happen again one day) which is in recent years regaining popularity with shapers such as the Campbell Brothers who have applied the bonzer five fin and three fin set ups to modern shortboards and fishes.


Check out the way the fins are literally part of the concave in the tail rendering the fins an extension of the board.

Dimensions: 5'10" x 21 1/2" x 2 1/2" Marked down from $765 to $715

We also have a 6'2" in stock if 5'10" is too small, and custom orders are always available.





9 comments:

Mark said...

did my 6'8 mother trucker JS on consignment ever sell?

Drew said...

Check your answering machine. It sold Dec. 23rd.

Anonymous said...

you don['t tell that board what to do , that board tells you what to do.

Old Kook said...

Now if I could get my hands on a Malcom Brothers 5 fin....mmmmmmmmmm.....

Ian... said...

Did anyone ever buy the used 5'4" MOIST "Crotch Rocket"?

Old Kook said...

Word on the street was that to own the Moist Crotch Rocket, you had to be up to date on all your shots and have negative blood test results.

Drew said...

Old Kook is right, and the person to meet that criteria has yet to come purchase the board. So no Ian, it hasn't sold...yet.

Havericks02 said...

I thought the other qualification was to be an active participant in the "Spicoli Van Frequent Cloud Puffer" club?
Have the purchasing requirements been modified now that the CEO of MOIST Global Industries has shifted his corporate headquarters to the left coast?

Being an active member of the Green Party...is there a discount on future MOIST custom purchases? Especially considering the still free falling economic d e p r e s s i o n. . . . .

Blown Off Shore said...

I have the 5 fin synchronizer. Very fun board in all sorts of surf. That 3 fin looks sick.