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Buy and Sell: The Surfboard Exchange on / FCS fins
« Last post by myxamatosis on September 23, 2019, 08:24:35 PM »
No FCS left in the quiver so these can go.
PC-7 Left fin tip a little chewy $35
True Ames don't remember the profile on these but they are pretty close to the Pc-7, maybe a little shorter. $35
MR-TX tri set good shape $45

If anyone wants the little nub fin they can have it. I made it out of one of the plastic junk sets you get with a board purchase. I still have the plastic sides to go along with it if you want those too. Free.
Buy and Sell: The Surfboard Exchange on / WTB FCS2 L AM fins
« Last post by AgentDeets on September 23, 2019, 03:32:30 PM »
WTB L AM in FCS2 anybody got a set they wanna offload?
5'8" x 20 x 2.44               
31 liters
XTR 8.0
Pretty much perfect condition. Better pics upon request.    $420
[/size]I'm bouncing back and forth between Boston and Long Beach right now and could meet anywhere in between.

An amazing Sunday on that comp. Met a good number of pros free-surfing on the line-up next beach over early morning. They were all very receptive, shared waves, and seem genuinely happy for a small greeting and chat - them surfing NY for the first time and how warm the water was. A shout to the kids who drove all the way from San Clemente, California.

Mid-morning, we walked over to the comp and saw Joel Tudor coming in. He was so casual: got a pic, autograph and a chat - a personal highlight. And that board switch after losing the heat to Kani.

At the end of the day, we sat on the beach watching about a dozen pros having fun in the water, sharing/splitting waves, hanging 10's, 5's cheaters, drop-knee turns. It was something and i hope everyone else was stoked on it.

But, I’m glad to have them back and even more happy to hear that the WSL was happy. “Ordering in!.... another quick pro please”
 Oh man, The heats were way too long. They should’ve trim them down to 15 or 20 minutes. It is New York after all…
Saw some show up from jersey and just a couple from points north on Insta, but not nearly as many as I was expecting either. If anyone finds a good link, post it up!
So it ended up that Dorian couldn't quite get us to the finals, but it was a helluva lot of fun working the event and watching these surfers in both good and diminishing conditions. We went for the lay day on Monday and finished Tuesday, finals day held up alright as the winds cooperated.

Rumor has it that it's a three year contract, and while it's not written in stone, they (the WSL) had a very positive experience and are looking to come back. Fingers crossed!
I'll take a look - shoot me a PM - from what I can see already, there's a few gems in there. The board with the red fin int he first image may be a Con Colburn, perhaps a competition model, but hard to see exactly. The D fin on the board above that is interesting and extraordinarily beautiful, I recall seeing a Hap Jacobs some years ago with something similar.

Not sure how great I'll be on pricing, but I might be able to help a bit.
Main Room - General New York Surf and New Jersey Surf Discussions / Re: Nastycast ?
« Last post by SeaCliff on September 22, 2019, 11:52:45 AM »
Retro cast: It was good some places in the NY NJ Surf region yesterday morning, particularly if your beach faced east or bent toward the east.

I, unfortunately, spent my time facing south, which was mostly very fast, reasonably heavy closeouts.  :-\
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