Expanded (or expandable) Polystyrene (EPS)

New CJ Nelson Sprout model, 10' X 19 5/8 X 24 X 16 3/4 X 3 1/8, weighs 17.5 lbs. Handbuilt Japanese manufactured carbon fiber Thunderbolt Technology, the best quality in the world. Paid $1350 a week ago, ridden twice, in new condition. Probably the best noserider in the world (on the nose, i couldn't even pearl it), but these are a lot floatier than p/u boards. I'm 164 lbs and strong, and couldn't sink the rail. Took it back out as a SUP and it worked, but SUP's are verboten where I surf :( As soon as I get my $ out of this one I'm getting the 9'6".

Bob Simmons (1919 - 1954) is widely known as the father of the modern surfboard. This Simmons-inspired board and was built by long time California board builder Billy Butler. Billy has been building boards since the 1940's out of plywood, balsa & foam and his racing paddleboard designs have won the prestigious Catalina Classic paddleboard race. Growing up in the South Bay he at one time owned an early Bob Simmons surfboard and having some balsa on hand he set to create this masterpiece.

6'0" Channel Islands Fred Rubble Epoxy board

6' x 19 3/8" x 2 1/2"
EPS Epoxy
5 Fin FCS Fin box
Standard Glassing: 6/4+4

I purchased this EPOXY board as a custom order from Channel Islands a couple of years ago, paying $875. It is a beautiful board in excellent condition, only being surfed half a dozen times. Unfortunately it does not provide enough float for me at 30.4 Liters.

I Paid $800 + tax new. Not interested in offers or trades.


6'0" x 22' asylum fish this thing rides great-made for regular foot with toe rail having traditional fish keel fin and heel rail double wing pin quad. You would not know it was asylum if you didn't look before riding it just works so well. light weight EPS epoxy. A few minor pressure dings priced to sell 300 OBO Dave 38six 2one2 37six4