Monday, September 28, 2020

San Clemente surfboards R/D

I began surfing at age 4.50 and started shaping in 1993 and painting in 2000.

Growing up riding just about every surfboard design available I have realized the importance of planing speed and letting the board and wave create the speed before going into a turn.
Paul Carter surfing surfboards 9-20
This is a speed bank turn, that does not take a lot of energy, when the board has the planing speed and correct rocker and rails to do so.

This board is a round pin and is great for smoother turns. 

 I am working on a new board which will be a squash tail for quicker turns.

Surfer girl paul Carter surfboards 9-20
This is a fellow tribe member Julie powering through a nice speed section on her 9ft pin tail.
Ian trestles Paul Carter surfboards  9-20

 A great time capsule of Ian heading into Trestles.

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