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Single Fin Sessions - 9'5" Prototype Log

July 03, 2015 11 Comments




11 Responses

Sam shabot
Sam shabot

June 05, 2018

Wow degree 33 I just wanna thank you for all you do for the surfing community. This board sure as hell can do the job. It reminds me of the go fish just in bigger form. The way these boards Cruze on the water in just insanity. Ever since I started getting these emails I fell in love with the brand #1 fan! Maybe you guys can send me a free board!

Doug butterick
Doug butterick

June 29, 2018

Looks fun, still got my thoughts on a 9’2" Wedge coming up.

Thomas G.Salerno
Thomas G.Salerno

June 29, 2018

Is this the prototype for the “Wedge” noserider you currently offer?

Johnny B
Johnny B

March 15, 2017

Make it I’ll take it!

Tony
Tony

March 01, 2017

Do you have any more info on the specs?
Width of nose and tail
Rails – 50/50 or 60/40
How thick ….3" ?..
Oz weight of glass, top and bottom?

Thanks

Peter
Peter

July 19, 2015

This board looks like it’ll be the perfect time-travel vehicle for taking me back to my grom days in Santa Cruz in the late 60’s! Hurry up and make it available – I’ll be ordering one as soon as you’re ready to start selling them!

Jonny
Jonny

July 16, 2015

When?
And is there concave in the nose like the Laddle?!
I want one!

Gary Johnston
Gary Johnston

July 15, 2015

I’m 63 and live at Freshwater Beach in Sydney….home of the cruisey waves. It would be perfect if only the Australian Dollar hadn’t tanked. Love the 2 tone colours you guys do.

JimmyG
JimmyG

July 15, 2015

Looks really nice….What would it cost delivered to Maitland, Florida 32751 ?

Richard
Richard

July 15, 2015

Nice!!

Steve
Steve

July 15, 2015

Would love to have this in my stick collection ! Oldgraysurfing on Instagram

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