Tuesday, 26 November 2013
There was a thread on the Magic seaweed forum a while ago about keepers, those boards you will never sell. Thinking about it i'm pretty fickle, there are a few boards that i was sure i'd never get rid of which went to make way for supposedly bigger and better things. That said, there are a few in my quiver that have survived the periodic culls and that i'm still really fond of.
Ask me again this time next year and who knows but currently...
5'2 Gulfstream SeaPea by me!!
5'2 Tyler Warren bar of soap
5'6 Jeff mcCallum mford
Both rare, both beautiful, both fly! The McCallum has the best laminate ever, a signed, defaced Dollar Bill.
9'4 if6was9 mod log by Neil Randall, my current beau for logging and the board in the pic above. Based on Dane Petersons logs with a greenough fin. Super fun off the tail and super good on the nose in steeper waves. It's pretty much where current "cutting edge" longboard design is right now.
9'6 classic Malibu jai lee noserider by Peter White, such a good noserider it's almost cheating!