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9’0 Tuflite Thruster Log

By May 13, 2018 No Comments

A day for sliding at Kammies with weather straight from tropical heaven. 9’0 Tuflite thruster log designed by good friend and King of ‘Aloha’ Randy Rarick under the Bear Surfboards label made famous in the Surf/Hollywood epic Big Wednesday. So light you could paddle into wind.

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