Archive > June 2010

Chapman riding his Pendoflex Step Off

Hey, there! Here’s some terrific footage of Chapman Murphey riding the 6’5″ Pendoflex Step Off board that Steve made him last Summer. See the September, 1, 2009 post for more info about the board. Thanks, Chapman you’re charging! A warm thank you to Brian Conley for sharing this footage from his movie My Eyes Won’t […]

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Published Photography in The Surfer’s Path #78 and #75

We have long appreciated The Surfer’s Path for its editorial content and beauty. The current issue of The Surfer’s Path (#78, June/July 2010) features a great article by Andrew Smith about the talented surfer-shaper Daniel Thomson, titled Of Chance and Choosing. Cher appreciated shooting portraits of Daniel with his boards and shaping to accompany the […]

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The Pendoflex Hullabaloo for Sully is on its way!

Hey, there! Here’s the Pendoflex Hullabaloo, Lil’ King Salmon Wave Seeker for Scotty Sully, who is now living in the Northwest. His sweet little 6’3″ Hullabaloo has a widow-maker fin set up. Scotty’s friends Les and Elijah dropped by to pick up the board and it was nice to meet them. Aloha and Cowa-flexit!

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Moonshine 2 for Big Boy

Big Boy and his lovely wife Amy are going on an adventure to New Zealand. Here’s Steve with the new Moonshine 2 quad for the Southern Hemisphere waves, shaped and ready to be glassed. Aloha and Cowa-flexit!

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Mat riding is tons of fun!

We’ve been riding our Fourth Gear Flyers and having tons of fun. Here’s photo of Steve and a little movie of him riding his 4GF Fatty. Thanks for checking out the post. Keep smil’n! Aloha and Cowa-flexit! Steve Pendo on his Fourth Gear Flyer, tons of fun! from Cher Pendarvis on Vimeo. Each Fourth Gear […]

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Lil’ King Salmon Wave Seeker

Steve shaped a Pendoflex Hullabaloo with a widow-maker fin set up for our friend Scotty. Here’s the King Salmon Wave Seeker painted by Cher for Scotty’s board. The painting is done on the foam with fine brushes and sponges using acrylic paint with water. More on this sweet lil’ board soon, as Steve has laminated […]

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