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“More Than One Board”: 1967 Harbour Surfboards Ad

Greetings, Shredderz! Enjoy this awesome 1967 Harbour Surfboards ad, which originally appeared in Surfer Magazine. This one is via the excellent Harbour Surfboards ad archive, which I’ve poached from many times before, and will almost certainly poach from again. I love the design on these ads — it looks like the artwork around…

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Sagas of Shred

Body Glove Ad from 1970

Greetings, Shredderz! I’m on the road at a landlocked and undisclosed location, which means that instead of the usual fresh scans, this week’s Sagas of Shred is sourced from the deepest reaches of the internet. Featured here is a Body Glove ad from 1970. I actually pulled the pic from the excellent Harbour…

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Harbour Spherical Revolver with Variant Logo

Greetings, Shredderz! Craigslist has been a real treasure trove of interesting surfboards lately, meaning this pro bono blogger has had his hands full with things to write about. Today’s post concerns one of the cooler named boards to come out of surfing’s famous Transition Era: the Harbour Spherical Revolver. The board pictured above…

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Harbour Surfboards Spherical Revolver

Greetings, Shredderz! I hope this post finds you all well. Today’s post features a surfboard I have long been fascinated with: the Harbour Spherical Revolver. The Spherical Revolver was invented in 1969, according to Harbour’s website. Harbour continues to produce the board today, at lengths ranging from 6’10” to 8″. While the Spherical…

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