Cast your mind back 8 weeks ago when a storm hit Sydney hard and most of all hit my shaping bay hard causing damage beyond repair. So with a 'can do' attitude mainly on my part, me and my old man spent a couple of days each week putting it back together piece by piece.
So now with the bay looking better than ever, i am back in action shaping up winter quivers for all the Waxa diehards.
Haven't posted in anything in a while so here is a quick one of KK'S 'Model Po' getting prepped for glassing.
This log is number 195; getting close to the 200 mark
Not bad when you hand shape and glass every single board that walks out the door
I have been making plenty of boards lately and there is plenty more to come
Shoot me an email if you want to make one of these custom handmade boards your own
GG pearling his way to a 3rd place in the Bondi Longboard Finals
Riding a 9'4 JD
Baby Looks Mean
There is something about stringerless longboards that just looks mean
I've used tow blank foam with double 6oz Volan glass on both sides which carries the same weight as my standard logs (approx 10kg). Although stringerless boards have a reputation for being weak, this, like all my logs, is made to last.
This foam can have an abundance of variations so next time your thinking of having a coffee with me to talk boards, consider the stringerless option
Ill be making this outline a model as soon a i think of a 'cool' name.
Most likely something inherently Bondi
Stock 'Model Po' for Sale
9'6 x 18 x 23 1/4 x 16 x 3
-9'6 x 18 x 23 1/4 x 16 x 3-
Meeting the median of the NoseRider and Model Po that kills it on the nose
Encompassing a Tear drop concave, thin rails that extend throughout and a nice dose of deck concave.
You'll be seeing a lot more of this model in the near future
Its going to be glass on fins only for this one.....5 Week turnaround for customs
I am a surfboard builder, making my small mark on a very large industry. I Shape all of my boards 100% by hand, glass, polish and make all of my fins using building techniques that were used in the 1950' s to 1960's.
If you have a board on your mind, drop me a line and ill get straight back to you. Otherwise keep checking the blog on the latest happenings at waxa.