Sunday, February 28, 2010

Bailey with his trusty "Clover"

Michael Bailey in Panama with one of his model "The Clover"

Unfortunately this one was the one that got stolen out of my car :(

Rock spots

Somewhere in LA/Ventura county....

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Carbon contraptions + Resin X = Woa!

Matt Campbell of C3d industries/Resin X came out to the factory for a few days to work one some new things with us along with trying a few new tweaks to his unbelievable product.

This is one of those projects we worked on. The shape was an old shape from last year sitting and waiting for a miracle. I dusted it off and gave it a few tweaks. As far as glassing schedules, we used a 6oz/carbon laced bottom with a 4.Xoz full carbon deck + 4oz E glass, a pretty solid construction and stiff flex pattern.

This was a great experiment since we already know how good the flex charactersitics are on a board glassed with standard E/Warp/S cloth boards and Resin X. Carbon fiber as you know is a very stiff but strong product when used with epoxy..... surprisingly with Resin X, the Carbon acts much differently than what I thought, its stiff but positive stiff and still strong. You can stand on this thing on the floor and have the deck not touch the ground.

The positive "stiff" flex is very different than anything I've ridden. Its something I cant put into words.. it just gives me a big smile when you lay this thing on rail....

This board is available to Demo if you are around our area. Be awake since this is a protoype Its not the prettiest thing in the word. We will be doing some more of this and see how people liek them... Keep checking in on updates about this construction!

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

6'0 X dialer for sale!

6'0 x 20 7/8 x 2 1/2
6oz bottom, 6/4oz deck
Yellow tint bottom
Clear deck with black pin line
Lokboxes with composite fins
Tapered Cedar stringer
Polished gloss finish


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SJ's Brick

Ive had such great results with my personal Channel bottom Brick lately . I managed to convinced one of my team guys to try one. So far so good. He's been super stoked on how responsive and fast this little shits are!

Sean's Brick is 5'7 x 19 x 2 1/8 Squash tail with a hair narrower nose. Channel less... straight single concave with glass on True Ames
Actions shots to come!