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[Shaper Video] New Degree33 Longboard - Ultimate UV2

March 14, 2012

UV2 Shaper Interview

Bill Minard, life long local San Diego surfer, and 42 year shaping veteran, talks through what you can expect when comparing the original Ultimate to the Ultimate V2. Bill is the master shaper behind our latest board, the Ultimate V2. Let the creator himself tell you what he did to make a solid board that you need to have in your quiver. After watching please scroll down and let us know what you think of the new lines!

Ultimate Version 2 - Shaper Perspective from Degree 33 on Vimeo.




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