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Hot Stuff and G&S by PT

By November 20, 2017 No Comments

One of our very first collectibles.

The rare co-branded Hot Stuff and G&S by PT #petertownend just pre #bronzedaussies period that created so much controversy & innovation helping professional surfing arrive at its destination.

Single Box Fin, 7’1 fast but with plenty of foam and still in great condition. ????????

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