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SNEAK PEEK - The 9'5" Analog

March 25, 2016 5 Comments

I came into work extra early before everyone else today and couldn't resist but to take a few snaps of the new longboard template we're about to unveil...over a year in the making!

We'll add more details in the next coming weeks, but... It'll be available in Volan cloth only for an authentic classic feel.




5 Responses

dwayne
dwayne

April 20, 2016

love the smooth cut lap shadow , is this old school 7.5 oz.? whatever happened to coke bottle green?

Stephen Erangey
Stephen Erangey

March 29, 2016

How much will this board go for if I may ask?

Stephen.

doug Butterick
doug Butterick

March 26, 2016

looking forward to seeing more on the Analog, you got my interest.

Jan sultan
Jan sultan

March 25, 2016

Reminds me of an early Simmons shape.

Bill
Bill

March 25, 2016

9-5 lg. what are other dims
Wide. Nose. Tail. Thickness
Weight
Clear volan only ?

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