Author Topic: The crew's quiver evolution  (Read 956 times)

supnorte

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Re: The crew's quiver evolution
« Reply #15 on: April 16, 2018, 02:19:41 PM »
What board should I get next?  ;D

A custom!  ;-)

Thinking about an Infinity Tombstone foil board  ;)
But would love to have the Blurr v2 custom!

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Re: The crew's quiver evolution
« Reply #16 on: April 16, 2018, 05:49:52 PM »
I got the Laird to play around with on flat water between the times we got to the coast to surf.  We did take it into the surf now and again (but usually were prone).  When we did surf our big old SUPs, we did have fun.  I had it once in Maui in maybe 2009 and a guy there was on a 10' Laird.  I'd see him every day out in the break (double over ankle) and he kept trying to buy my Laird ("man, I want the 9-footer!", he'd always say).

I got that wrong!  My Laird was 10' x 27, 150 L.  It might have been the 2007 model.  I got it used from a guy in Seattle off of Craigslist in 2008.  I skipped work one day and drove 3 hours to pick it up.  The guy in Maui with the bigger one must have had the 11-footer. 
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Re: The crew's quiver evolution
« Reply #17 on: April 16, 2018, 06:53:15 PM »
APPST & SaMo  ....those are impressive boards per year averages!

Luckily, the 2nd hand market is pretty solid on SUP, I've made some trades too.
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