Your current two board quiver

VaB

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Nov 14, 2004
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You get to chose 2 boards to cover 2-6 foot faces, varying tides, beach break. What do you bring?

8'0 C bucket and 7'0 nautilus. not perfect but should cover anything from knee high low tide to overhead and high but looking for lower volume choices.

another consideration would be 6'0 WTF and 6'8 vector. not as much on the low or high tide end but better if surf is better.

what would you take? either current or ideal quiver.
 

mundus

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Feb 26, 2018
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6'0 Ghost and 5'8' Lost retro fish. To be honest though I have been riding my midlengths an embarrassing amount this winter.
 
Is this a traveling quiver? If yes - for point breaks (that's what this basic bitch tends to travel to):
6'2 Biscuit Bonzer & 6'9 Black Beauty
For NY area slop:
6'1 Puddle Jumper RP 6'4 Proctor Monstachief RP
 
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rowjimmytour

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Feb 7, 2009
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5'6" 5150 or 5'2" gbuzz
6'9" It2win "if gbuzz or 8' CB 5 fin bonzer if 5150 and not traveling by plane.
 

Kento

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Jan 11, 2002
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The Bar
Ideal? For knee to head high?

:)


That original 6'6" x 2 1/2" x 19 1/4" Noah Budroe shaped for me when he was operating out of San Clemente Surf Co. Been chasing that board ever since. So if we're talking ideal, Utah, give me two. :roflmao:



(yes, I am baiting you with this, sbd)
 

silentbutdeadly

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Sep 26, 2005
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I still can't believe that my first custom after moving back from college in 98" was around those dims and that was my daily driver. My how times have changed.

I applaud you for sticking to what you like, even if I don't understand it :roflmao:
 
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Kento

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Jan 11, 2002
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I still can't believe that my first custom after moving back from college in 98" was around those dims and that was my daily driver. My how times have changed.

I applaud you for sticking to what you like, even if I don't understand it :roflmao:
I've had fun with fishes and other boards but for a daily driver, I'd opt for something that works consistently well in everything, I mean we were talking ideal. That board was also so magic it actually made it look like I could surf competently at times! :monkey:
 

jkb

Tom Curren status
Feb 22, 2005
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Central California
Ideal? For knee to head high?

:)


That original 6'6" x 2 1/2" x 19 1/4" Noah Budroe shaped for me when he was operating out of San Clemente Surf Co. Been chasing that board ever since. So if we're talking ideal, Utah, give me two. :roflmao:



(yes, I am baiting you with this, sbd)
Dude.

I had a magic Noah Budroe as well. My friends mom got it for $15 at a garage sale. It was too small for my chubby friend so he gave it to me. That thing was one of the top 5 boards I've ever owned.