Monday, November 12, 2007

Consider, discuss...





The SimFish, pictured here in a 5'10 model, is offered by Eaton through The Swift Movement Surfing Boards. Please send me one by mail so as I might try it on a clean, lined up beachbreak. Thank you.

5 comments:

Kirk said...

Hi A,
It is indeed a Baugness shaped board but design-wise a collaboration between him and RK so that's way it has both the Swift and Eaton lams on it. Totally awesome board no matter what lam it was sporting though. I don't know if any are out in shops at present, it's sort of a limited project. Maybe try the Podroom in O-side or definitely come by the next Festivus in January as there's always a solid rack of boards to put finger prints and drool on.

asmith said...

I saw RK on Casper a couple times this laast summer. Maybe I'll just ask him about it next time I spot him. I missed it at the sacred craft show. Custom through RK or you?

Kirk said...

A,
go straight to the source my friend, email or call Kenvin and he'll be able to set you up no doubt. I think at this point the Simfish are all custom. Bummer you missed the booth at Sacred Craft as RK had dragged the whole arsenal down. Lots of fun surfboards.

brownfish said...

Joe is a great guy. He can shape anything, and is so low key. I've spent many hours just BS'in with him and he's always shaped my wife and I quality boards.

WetSand said...

These are super fun boards. I've got a 5-7 MiniSimmons...it flies. And I think theres a SimFish for sale: http://waveslide.blogspot.com/2008/01/unalloyed-capitalism-1.html

http://wetsandsurfshop.blogspot.com/2008/01/hydrodynamica.html

other innovative designs of interest: http://wetsandsurfshop.blogspot.com/2008/01/wibbulicious.html