We just got in a used 8'10" Cooperfish Hornet, and I use the word "used" lightly. This thing has barely been ridden, no pressure dings, no dings, it's immaculate. Beautiful mexican horse blanket style glass job on the bottom with 3" laps and a clean black pinline to finish it off. 1" balsa stringer, 10" glassed on fin, and pinched 50/50 rails. And all at $750, that's dirt cheap for a practically new Cooperfish. They don't even make this Hornet model anymore, and when they did they retailed at $1300 minimum. Come in and check her out, needless to say this gem isn't going to last long...
We've harped on this countless times before, but mini-simmons are the way to go a thousand times over. These things are so fun its ridiculous, it doesn't matter what kind of wave, what kind of conditions, these things just make an average day of surfing so much better. Here's our boy Chaka clearly loving his Tombstone. Enjoy.
Listen up cause we're slingin' some real blues your way. We're talking real blues here. This local three piece band from Aliso Viejo consists of Macarena Rivera's vocals, Jason Farthing on his very own self-built cigar box guitars, and Jesse Boden layin' down some real "growly harmonica licks". These guys have just been getting better and better, and they're certainly someone you'll have to see live. And not a second too soon, they'll be playing at Macalistaire in Laguna Beach (Just south of Mozambique) tomorrow, November 15, at 6:30. Enjoy.
Pete Casica dropped off his 9'8" log for the first person to come and nab this beauty. One of only 2 Boehne Bros. longboards out there, this board's definitely one of a kind, complete with custom resin line put on by Pete himself, with his signature Felix the Cat icon. Flat rocker, 50/50 softened rails, 22 1/2" wide, and 3 1/2" thick. Throw a nice rakey pivot fin in and trim for daaayyyzzzzz. Only ridden a handful of times (no pressure dings!), at $450, you can't even pick up a shortboard that cheap. Cruise in and check her out. Enjoy.
Here's our boy Chaka, sliding on a few in absolute style. Notice the grace and poise in his surfing. What you can barely see in the first picture is he buckled and broke the first two feet of his nose. Look carefully, that nose is bent in two! I'd like to see anyone else have such control of two halves of a surfboard noseriding through the pocket. Enjoy.
The only things that could make this board better suited for San-O is a 67 VW Bus, a BBQ, and a 6 pack. Measuring in at primal 9'6", 23" wide, and 3 1/2" thick, this beauty was made with the Point in mind. Big ol' bottom turn, trim, trim, and perch for days. This puppy's calling your name. Yellow opaque, double red and black pin lines, gloss polish, and all for under $900. We take care of you here, enjoy.