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Shred Sledz Social Media Roundup

Social Distancing Social Media Roundup

Greetings, Shredderz! Look, it’s not every day that health professionals recommend we all stay indoors glued to our phones, and yet here we are. Hope you are all staying healthy and sane during these surreal times. Without any further ado, here are some recent social media selections for a much needed dose of…

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Shred Sledz Weekend Grab Bag

Weekend Grab Bag: Donald Takayama Scorpion & More

Greetings, Shredderz! By now you should know the drill: it’s the latest edition of the Weekend Grab Bag, where I spotlight some great boards I have seen listed for sale. As always, all of the postings are live as of the time the blog post was published. Onto the fresh batch of vintage…

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Shred Sledz Weekend Grab Bag

Weekend Grab Bag: Bill Stewart Airbrush & More

Greetings, Shredderz! As always, here’s another installment of our Weekend Grab Bag series, which features cool boards I have seen listed for sale online recently. Keep reading for the rundown, including a rad OP surfboard with a sweet Bill Stewart airbrush, and more… Surf Line Hawaii Fish (Craigslist Hawaii) The board above is…

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Hobie Terry Martin Twin Fin

I don’t get paid by the word here — in fact, I don’t get paid at all — so I’ll keep it short and sweet. There is a super cool Hobie Terry Martin twin fin for sale on Craigslist in Orange County, and it’s listed at what I think is an exceedingly reasonable…

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Mickey Munoz Hobie Seaboard

If you’re in the Jersey Shore area and you have an inexplicable but no less compelling urge to check out a cool vintage surfboard, I would like to humbly suggest this Hobie Seaboard model, which can be found on Craigslist (Update: dead link removed). I had never heard of this model before, so…

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Hobie Vee Bottom

Let it never be said that the good people at Shred Sledz HQ don’t appreciate history! The v bottom surfboard – named after the deep “vee” shape in the tail – certainly has earned a place in the annals of surfboard design. I can’t say it’s the longest chapter, or the most widely…

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