Musings on a sliding life in North Devon UK
Chris , John Isaac here .. Happy New Year .. Im working at Gul now & have the unenviable job of pimping them ... any chance you can give the Gul blog a shout at http://gulsurfco.blogspot.com/I'll be aiming to get a lot of u guys into decent wetties & the more obscure bits of rubber that we deviants enjoy ?! Hope youre well & will be coming to the next jumble at the end of feb ! x
Sweeet! Love the big log with the competiton band. How many boards does it take to be considered a quiver?! I'm working on mine but not worth a photo yet!
3 maybe?I'm such a hoarder, there are another 4 boards not in that pic (bonzer, a hull, another log & (say it quietly)an SUP:))
No way! share the joy! (ha good to hear you keepin that SUP on the down low!)hmm yeah I was thinking 4, hope to hit that this summer, the dilemma is whether to try and stretch the pennies to a imported cali log or go custom, tough choices
Ooh difficult choice! Rode a REALLY nice bing nr-2 the other day but hard to justify spending over a grand on a new board.Luckily the import boards i have were second hand or "bro deal" rate.I'll post a link to the quiver thing when it's done, getting some nice pics of all the boards taken on friday hopefully by a proper photographer!
Hey Chris, some sweeeeeet looking boards, do you still have the 6'6" three fin bonzer? I should never had sold that baby. I've just added a great old bolbo to my quiver, 8' transitional shape, needs some work but worthy addition.
No, i sold it to Dan Crockett (who has sold it on i think) I really liked it so i replaced it with a 6'3 version (that russ/doug/skelly owned) Lovely shape, surfed it yesterdayThe hull i have is kinda like a refined transitional shape, super fun
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