10.16.2008

hey coco...







5'11" tri-plane hull
20.5" x 2.75"
dark chocolate resin tint
polished deck
wet-sanded bottom
directionally sanded for aquatic slickness
9" Greenough 4A hand-foiled by Chuck Ames
Happiness by Moonlight Glassing

12 comments:

Q.Peeps said...

beautiful slider. can i has one?

Clams said...

Oh yyyyyeeeeaaaaaaaaaa! Hows your body!

Its all good Jon Rasafari!

TDAW said...

Nice bottom!

Flying said...

hi manuel, as always a beautiful board you are showing here.
aloha from spain,

flyinglongboarder.com

J.P. St. Pierre said...

There is nuget inside take a bite.

warm jet said...

seen the volan greenough's that FFC is doin?
nice hull.

Franco S. Boroughs said...

high in anti oxidants

meredith said...

hey Manny, I'm so excited to get mine, been dreaming of it every night and counting the days...yay!

Anonymous said...

How do I go about buying this board??
Thanks

Hambone said...

Manny,
I actually got to fondle (sorry, that sounds dirty) this board at the sacred craft expo. Any chance of replicating it in a larger (say 6'4") version? Word on the street is there may be an expo in Ventura in the spring. Hope to catch up with you then. This would be butter at the local points.

m.caro said...

Sorry folks,

This board is a personal. I'm making a few more just like it if anyone else wants one! Got a lot of good responses from the board at the Sacred Craft, and the board works insane in the water. The first wave was memorable...just up and flying right away. Felt really natural and more responsive with the glass-on fin...better than a box for sure! You can really feel the fin load up and there's no lag time from flex to release...

I'm happy to make them in longer versions. You might trade response for glide, but it's an even trade!

Anonymous said...

does anyone know the nose/tail vitals?!