Friday, March 25, 2011

These will do just Fine!!!

Here's the lot of our Fineline selection shaped by Brian Hilbers. The majority of these sliders are of the hull genome, varying slightly in their bottom contours, foils, and fin arrangement. If you're seeking a hull lot of new feelings in your surfing devices these boards are definitely a unique
breed for your quiver.

7'6" Single Fin Egg, Round Tail, Light Blue Tint
Pleasure seekers inquire within 645
6'2" MP (Derived off a Micheal Peterson template and shape, altered to a modern day hotstick) Hull belly through the entry into Vee in the tail. Down-rail bevel for more off the tail surfing and powerful cornering. 1+2 fin setup. Dare I say high performance hull?
Light Vintage Yellow Tint, 625
6' Little Bastard. Bad Acid Bottom(tri-plane hull bottom contours) for lift and glide, down rail and vee in the tail for shred and a more 2+1 fin setup for a more conventional off the rail power driven approach. Who needs a regler' ol shortboard anyway!
Grey Blue Tint, 620
5'11" Gee Bee. Full hull belly and mucho foil for those feelings. 1+2 setup (mini stabilizer fins to run in semi parallel unison with a large flex fin) This creates more stability and control off the tail and cuts out drifting and slip in the pocket and on turns.
Opaque Maroon Nose, Opaque White torso, FCS side buttons. 675
5'10" P-38 Dirty Sanchez, Hull Swallow Tail. Black nose, light blue tint. Bamboo twins.710
Skate off the tail, hull projection and trim out of the middle.
5'8" P-38, Lunch tray tail for rocket fast low drag glide, Navy blue opaque deck, light blue tint bottom, glass on bamboo twins. 710
Hull Twin? Yep, and it works really well. We've piloted them in many conditions.
5'9" Quad Hull, Speed in the front, precision in the rear. 595
Lock Box Setup.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Glass-ons for the glass off......

Scrub it!

For certain surfsters the strength and consistantcy of a traditional glassed on fin are a must have. The resilience and performance reliability of glass-ons makes them optimum if your not lugging your board around the world. For those select home break purists there are still quite a few traditional logs being made out there that will fill this niche . Here's what we have quietly hibernating in our board racks. Big fins and big grins! -Bloggins-
9'2" 1960's Jacobs Takayama Replica.
Triple redwood sticks
Classic Volan Glass is sure to impress!
Wall hanger or speed machine?
Make no'll have sufficient rake!
Limited production run of these beauties. 1,600 duckets ain't bad.

9'9" Michel Junod Pignar Biscuit Supreme with custom artwork by Thomas Cambell.
Hold fast captain!

Nice Hips, Pretty Looks, Lots of personality.....
I got her # for you! 1,335 @ Mitch's (858) 481-1354
9'9" Glowing blue tint, volan glass, cedar stringer, heavy weight champion of the coast........The Christenson CC Slider!
D-D-D-D-dddddd drop into it!
Still gots some rocker
Knee patch if you feel like diggin' 1,125
And another heavy weight contender....9'2" CC Slidin'
Da fin'
Da Patch and Da volans..... 1,090
10' CC Slider Tan Opaque. 1,200
Yep.....just as suspected!
Another facemeltingly beautiful log yearning for some one's undying devotion.

9'9" CC Slider, twin cedar sticks, volan, knee patch, 1,125
Black pin lines for aesthetica

9'10 Gato Heroi 1,050
Nicely foiled and appropriately named the New Pleasure.
Another porky piece of work.
Rocker is still hip.

9'9" New Pleasure, with Balsa String Flex Capaciter..
Redish raddish foilish skegness.
Some Color
She's just a pig. 1,050
North county anthem
Color work on this one is down right radical.
This one's called the Kook Killer, don't kill yourself! 1,250

Get Hyped?
9'9" New Please sure.
Dig it.
Pig it 1,194