Steve Krajewski on the ORIGINAL! Death board that was later ridin to death by Jimmy Gamboa. The reason it's called the Deathboard is because Steve tried to shoot the pier on a major swell and almost made it , but ran into the pier.
7'1'' DB pulled out to this length it starts to look like Steve's Jaws board.
6'10'' DB these 2 are full DIRT MACHINES low nose rocker med. thin rails.
Foil. These are for sale by myself or Mollusk by request? email@example.com
And a custom for old Liddle head Mark B. this one is Greg's old template
DB is a bit straighter in the tail and is 22.50 wide
Greg's has a bit more curve and a smaller roundtail also 23'' wide
Almost the same dims just different curves , these are the small things that you learn what's right for YOU after you have had a few Hulls. In the old footage you can see the DB of Krajewskis can be laid over abit harder on the turns and with a bit more drive and Greg's seems to go rail to rail a bit more easy, personal to each guy and how they wanted their boards to FEEL and surf.
Brian and I have been doing these about from 8'0'' to 8'6'' but I wanted a 9'0'' so we did this for myself . Brian , Flo who has a 8'4'' and myself were in the room and thru our ideas around , we were all on the same page.
Outline. Old and new ideas blended together 2 parts Ted Spencer, 1 part Nat Young, 1 part Greenough , shake and bake for 2 hrs .
Not really foiled like a longboard, S- deck we have had good feedback from our guys who got these.
Capt. Chamberlain's old/ new Radon, Jeff found this old beat up Radon boat up north and had a vision of this , I got to admit it was real hard to see , it was super ugly and beat to death.
Anderson boats in SB took the challenge and stripped it down to the bare hull and rebuilt this , really came out nice , not to big not to small . He never lets me drive , probably the only time at the wheel for me!
Jeff is gonna have a ton of fun on this new toy with twin 60 hp Yamaha's .
Designing a smaller boat , 18ft is a real challenge, Jeff's been a boat freek his whole life and this is a longtime dream come true, every detail has been thought out. Cool project, neat to watch from start to finish.
Well, it was Fiesta week in Santa Barbara and that mean's Rodeo time! Set up the booth and watch the Rodeo all weekend and get to see friends and family take their best shot at what they love to do. Kathie's classic chinks she got from one of the Hollister cowboy's
Got to catch up with The Malloy's . That hat Chris has on is a coveted piece of Santa Barbara history, that look Chris is giving me is, u touch this hat KP and your goin DOWN!
Los Padres Outfitter's , Kirk Sr. and Hannah and Sarah gave the team penning a go, they did pretty good for their first time out together.
Kathie , Nancy ( Bruce Brown's daughter) and Sue, also in team penning comp. they work together on the Hollister Ranch cattle outfit , lot's of hard work in those windy steep canyon's, these gal's got SALT! mucho respecto to them.
Los Padres and Vaqueros de Las Olas booth is a old 1948 Dodge fire dept. truck there's a nice bar in there also, 30,ooo original miles!! I lost my voice on Sunday and everybody was happy about that, finally shut me up.