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Quivers of Distinction

Quivers of Distinction: Mike from Maui

Greetings, Shredderz! Welcome to another edition of Quivers of Distinction. This series features some rad quivers from individual collectors who were kind enough to share pics and info with yours truly. Today quiver belongs to Mike Essner from Maui, who has built up a sweet selection of Bing surfboards over the years. Check…

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Mike Eaton Bing Bonzer with Seventies Airbrush

Greetings, Shredderz! For those of you here in the good ol’ US of A, I hope you’re having a wonderful Memorial Day. And what better way to close out the three day weekend than with a feature on a cool surfboard? Pictured here is a straight up ridiculous Mike Eaton Bing Bonzer shaped…

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Shred Sledz Weekend Grab Bag

Weekend Grab Bag: Sunset Surfboards & More

Greetings, Shredderz! Hope you all had truly wonderful weekends. There was some late season swell up here in Northern California, which was an unexpected and pleasant surprise. Yours truly was also active on the pickups front, but that’s a post for another time. As always, the Weekend Grab Bag features a collection of…

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Shred Sledz Weekend Grab Bag

Weekend Grab Bag: Happy New Year

Shredderz, it might be a brand New Year, but it’s the same old program as far as Shred Sledz is concerned: nothing but vintage sticks and tasty waves. As always, here’s a rundown of some of the cooler boards I’ve seen posted for sale this weekend, including some nice Mike Eaton gems, in…

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Sagas of Shred

Mike Eaton Surfboards Brochure: Sagas of Shred

Greetings, Shredderz! If you missed yesterday’s post about a special Creative Freedom John Bradbury board, please do check it out. I was thrilled to get these pics from a reader, and equally excited to share it with the rest of you. Today’s post also would not be possible if it weren’t for a…

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Zinger Eaton Bonzer by Mike Eaton

Mike Eaton, alongside the Campbell Brothers, is one of the shapers best known for his contributions to the Bonzer. This board, via Craigslist in Orange County, is pretty funky. It looks to be an Eaton Zinger shape, which is basically considered a twin-fin Bonzer, even though it’s technically a quad fin setup. Look…

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