Sunday, April 25, 2010

New Channel Islands

Plenty of Dumpster Divers and Gravys to fondle.

10 comments:

djjahd said...

Whats the price..... im sure not affordable for the most part.... dont get me wrong, im glad to see Mck'V has this shape.... but the concept of Dane getting this trashed shape from the dumpster and now it's marketed at around 500$ or more makes me ill... I hope you sell some, but i think i gotta stick to my pawn shopper shapes.

Drew said...

Pawn shops are price gougers. Use caution. And yeah, the CI's are expensive. $650 for the D.D. or the Gravy.

Anonymous said...

Yea! More Al Merricks!

Support you local/regional shaper.

Anonymous said...

Here is some free marketing for you...
http://www.surfysurfy.net/2010/04/pity-for-pop-outs.html

Good thing we couldn't find out about this on this blog.

Old Kook said...

On a COMPLETELY different topic.

Steph Gilmore wins 3rd of 4 comps. Is she the new female Slater? Or are the other ladies on tour just not that good?

Talk amongst yourselves, while I get a nosh.

Anonymous said...

Why doesn't Bethany Hamilton compete or does she? All the vids I see of her, she it totally charging.

Drew said...

If I had posted the Pity for pop-outs then I would have to read 30 comments about how we are assholes for destroying boards instead of donating them to third world countries or giving them to kids.

Anonymous said...

Well what are you going to do with them? I think someone said on Surfy Surf to recycle the EPS for insulation. Is it the same type of EPS? Is there are recycling center around here that except foam?

Peel and reshape?

Rent out? The is always the decent surfer on travel that would rather rent a shorty than a Bic/Softy (if Folly had any waves at that time)

Busting balls is all part of the fun of the blog.

Anonymous said...

spelling error

except = accepts


My word verification is "wahinis", pretty close but no cigar.

Lost Boy said...

Subject change: Just FYI. I just found out that if you plan on SUPing down in Florida in the Intracoastal or past the swim buoy on the beach. The US Coast Guard now requires you have a life jacket and a whistle! Sounds like a boating regulation to me. Next thing you'll need is a captain's lic. Saw a solid photo of SUP'ers get the riot act read to them a couple of hundred yards off shore by the USCG. RULES!