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This has been through a few hands of guys on this forum but on all outward appearances hasn't seen much use. I only wore it twice and its a little snug. Hyperflex suits apparently run a lil small. Size large hyperflex voodoo all 4mm hooded suit. All liquid taped seams are fully intact and bonded with no cracking/dry rot in or out, no tears or pulls in the jersey outer or terry inner, no loose stitching and no funk. Only issue, for the sake of full disclosure is one of the inner panels that make up the chest entry is a little stretched out but as its an inner flap it has no impact on the suit's performance and you will never notice it.  Warmest suit i have tried with its jersey liner and insulating panels in the chest back and hood. Last time i wore it i got out after close to 2 hours and my mid section was still dry. $50 or $10 less than what i paid for it a year ago. If you are 5'10 to 6' and fairly thin this suit will fit amazing.
 


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2 no name red glass rake fins
6 inch $3
7.5 inch $8
True ames Cali Classic 8" brand new never surfed just sitting in the pile $20
True Ames yater 7" like new $20
True Ames Squirrel 8" good condition $20
FCS II Fat Boy 8" good condition $20

I have a bunch more I may be convinced to part with... 8.5" yater, 9.5" rainbow pivot, 9.5" nat young, 8.5" tudor Island flex... few others..
No reasonable offers refused or trade for other long board fins.

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So my good buddy and all around great guy just lost his board. Blew out the back of his truck wile driving over the Robert Moses causeway.
It had purple honeycomb fins in it, if you spot it please let me know.
And if it it lost forever does anyone have one they would let go? He loved that board!
So help a brother out, what have you got?


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So I found a board in Point Pleasant Beach NJ that I want to pick up but getting down there in the next week or 2 will be close to impossible. Anyone from the Island going to be in that area or anyone in that area headed up to Long Island and willing to pick this thing up for me? Name your price!
Thanks guys!

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Traded the desk for the 8'6" egg and got 4 straight hours of belly high clean dreamers!  And to make it even better only 10 emails waited for me Tuesday when i got back to the desk. Its usually double that

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Buy and Sell: The Surfboard Exchange on NYNJSurf.com / WTB mid length
« on: April 23, 2018, 11:21:49 PM »
It should be in the 7'5" to 7'7" range. Im partial to a quad fin set up but it is not totally necessary. It must have only been used less than ten times but the dirtier it is the better!  Dont bother to post pics of it I'm trusting like that. Hopefully someone still has a board like this as it is something i have been wanting for a while. Hopefully it doesn't hurt anyone's feelings. It is all well intentioned ribbing.

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Sand bars everywhere!
Things have been looking good, in contrast to this past summer. They have returned to almost the whole stretch of Jones island and even along Moses on fire island. This past week or so has been a good showcase. Waves have been breaking with just the smallest amount of swell. How they will handle waist to chest remains to be seen but last Tuesday's head high swell (1/30/18) looked good everywhere i checked.
I just hope they dont get washed out during the spring storms like last summer.

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I have been considering a change of pace for my family and I.

A possabity has presented itself in a small town on the other coast. I need intel on Ventura County CA. Spots, vibe, housing... any info you can share. Never been to California so any info that can be shared is greatly appreciated. Thanks guys n gals! 

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My wife wants one for mothers day. We messed around on a cheap wooden one last summer in the tide pools and she loves it. She wants one so she can skim the inside with our son while I'm at work or out surfing. She only surfs in knee high or less so skimming is something she can do and not be intimidated by larger waves.
What should i be looking for? After a little research i know wood sux (maybe, maybe not) and should probably be looking at epoxy resin for durability but the price seams to skyrocket. I don't imagine her smacking the lip ever but most likely skimming across the tide pools and the sand bars at low tide so maybe wood is fine....but what really got her excited was seeing some guys catch low tide runners off the jety at demo. I could see he being able to do that with a little practice so maybe something a little higher performance.... that maybe our son can use in a few years
Help me out fellas!
Thanks!

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So i have been mostly surfing long boards my whole life. Single and 2+1 set ups. I recently stepped down to a mini mal. A 7'6" Ricky Carol Mini me to be exact. Love it!
It lets me do real powerful bottom turns that remind me almost of a thruster set up. Now that im a little familiar with it i want to add more drive and was thinking  of using a flex fin to get a little more snap out of turns. So my question is, is that a thing? Can/do people use a flex fin in a 2+1 set up? And any recommendations on a flex fin? Im a fan of true ames fins and was thinking either the hobie flex or the farberow since the both seam to be predictable and constant designs.
Thanks for any input you might have.
 

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Someone messaged me about this but i think i erased the message by accident


9'6" HP 1 longboard surfboard from Natures Shapes in immaculate condition. This thing catches everything and is easy to ride. Its almost an unfair advantage in a crowded line up. Im just ready for something different. Shaped for me in 2010 and taken great care of since. Always kept in padded board bag and washed down after every session, wax removed 1x a year. Its about due for a scrape to get the soft winter wax off. No dings or spider cracks. The epoxy construction has kept heel marks to a minimum. 9'6"x 23 1/2" x 3". Very classic looking trpple stringer blank with 2+1 fin set up comes with futures side bites and a 7 inch fiberglass dolphin center. Padded bag and calf leash also available. $650. Open to trades. Looking for 7-8 foot egg

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Im throwing around the idea of getting a board from a local. I currently mostly ride a 9'6" hp longboard from natures shapes or an 8'6" single fin from freespirit and looking for something smaller like an egg or even a performance fun shape. Board preference aside, what are your thoughts/ experience with the any of local guys. I spoke with Mark from Faktion and am leaning toward him but how about Davey Sky, i like his coconut model. Anyone have experience with some of the guys from Rhode Island like Spirare? Any input is appreciated. Thanks,

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Beautiful 6'6" step-up/mini gun/ travel / winter board... call it what you like. Custom shaped by Bill Johnson . 6'6", 18.5, 2.35. I bought it a few years ago off a friend but its too fast for me. He never surfed it and I only had it in the water maybe twice. I will never surf in the conditions that this board needs. Its a Drop in, get barreled and make it out type of board. Lots of entry rocker, flat through the middle and very slight tail rocker. Flat into slight double concave running the length of the board. Not even any v in the tail. That should tell you that this thing wants to run straight down the line.
No dings, super clean, a few heel marks in the deck from the one or two times it was out, no cracks in the glass along the stringer. Future fin boxes.
Come and get it before the winter swell. $350



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