Thursday, January 28, 2010
Another custom Dyna-Glyde for Nate
Nate riding one of his D-Glydes on nicely lined up runner. (photos by surfknine)
Email from Nate,
"The board really comes off the top and roundhouses well very drivey... I think that the diamond and whale tail are the best for my boards I like the whale tail much better than the swallow on my blue board but then again I have not caught as good of waves as the 7'2.
I will give you a better report when I get more quality surf"
Update from Nate 3/5/10
Nates break, looking lonely. Get well soon!
Wayne here is some crappy iPhone ***** surf pictures, since that's all I can do after my elbow surgery... Had it done two weeks ago, couldn’t hold on to my board when duck diving 2 foot waves.. My new board is fantastic it is very fast mid face and drives hard of the bottom to lip hits... Even got some comments from guys saying that they could see the whole board and fins when I hit it surfs great tell about 12 14 foot then I can ride my winter board or yellow dyna glyde. I like the pivot rears and EA fronts Good tube rider also although I can't tube ride well the board knows where to go... Once again thanks...
Stuart an I are going to main land Mex on the 19 of June. So I have lots of motivation in physical therapy this surgery was way morecomplicated, had to move my tendon from across my elbow to above it...Recovery is quicker though just have to let the bone screw heal then Ican swim ect. Ect. How are guys liking the diamond tail boards those short short boards I am still thinking about one, or a whale tail version that has to be my favorite tail...
This is Nates third Dyna-Glyde added to his quiver. This is his first Whale Tailed version.
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Killer! That thing looks stout!ReplyDelete
Great looking board. I recently added a Dyna- Glyde to the quiver- 7'2" EPS. Really fun. I told Wayne that even though it might look like a "fun board" (ugh), it surfs like a "wolf in sheeps clothing". No limitations (duck-diving excluded).ReplyDelete
Amazing board! Rides like a board a foot or so smaller. Really high performance, but catches waves effortlessly. Now this is surfing!ReplyDelete
Man, where is that spot?! (I know nobody's gonna answer that one, I just needed to get it out of my system)ReplyDelete
Haha in the center of the Monterey bayReplyDelete
Lil birdie told me it was El Porto.ReplyDelete
With all due respect Oak,ReplyDelete
I've never seen EP breaking that clean, or over such a long distance. But again, you're more of a local than I am, so what do I know. :)
Sick board by the way. I hope I'll be able to give one of those DG a go one of those days.
Good to see you guys over the weekend!ReplyDelete
Hope you got some good waves on the way back.