We cruised down to Don the Beachcombers in beautiful Sunset Beach this weekend to see Spindrift. If you haven't heard of these guys, enjoy the psychedelic western trip below. Think Jim Morrison meets Tennessee Ernie Ford in the Mojave desert…
Matt Zskcirdef just had us shape him a new stick, all he said was he wanted something weird, something he'd never ridden before, in a 9'0". So, after some contemplation and head scratching, we came up with this, a 9'0" x 22" x 2 7/8" modified Classic displacement hull. 50/50 rails, bellied entry and slight belly throughout, very moderate rocker, watch for Matt screaming past you a churches on this thing. Enjoy.
Over the last few weeks, while everyone was frothing over what seemed to be endless combo swell, our boys Tyler Stanaland and Paulo Prietto (both Exile Skimboards team riders as well) were handling heavy Wedge. On skimboards. Yup these two got more barrelled in the last three weeks than you have all year, and without fins mind you. Enjoy.
Master Boehne just recently took a short break from pumping out racing paddleboards to carve out this beauty, an 8'10" by 23 1/2" by 3 1/8" remake of a late 60's Australian vee bottom (think Midget Farrelly and Bob McTavish). Deep single concave with bevelled rails in the nose leading out a large amount of vee out the tail, these things were designed with small waves in mind. We can't wait to see her come out of glassing. Enjoy.
A few weeks back our friend Andrew Jimenez came out and took a few photos of Ruby working on his new board. Well, Andrew just sent us a shaping sequence and interview to follow all that up, so take a gander and get to know the newest shaper in the Infinity Surf family.
Mark Cobb has been riding for Steve for over 10 years now, and just picked up his newest sled, a 9'8" Gold Label Stylemaster. Red, yellow, and black resin work on the bottom with a baby blue tint on top and the "Gold Label" stamp of approval to finish it off. What a beauty.