Sweet new Pendoflex for Sir Lantzalot

Hello, there! Here are Greg, Liz and Steve with the new Pendoflex high aspect twin that Steve built for Greg. Steve shaped his sweet twin fin by hand with care, out of EPS foam and glassed it with epoxy resin. The fins are a special custom template specifically for this board and are shaped from baltic birch. The Pendoflex high aspect twin’s dimensions are 6’2″ x 20.” We all had a fun time when Liz and Greg came to visit and picked up the board.

We’re happy to hear about his first session. “The board is everything I dreamed it would be,” Greg says. “It’s like the Mondrian, except I think maybe a bit more lively because it’s new. With absolute sincerity I can tell you it is the best board I’ve ridden. Liz and a friend were surfing with me tonight. My friend asked me how the board felt and told him the best way to describe it is that “it feels like it has a turbo switch.” The board just has something in it when laying into a bottom turn that is immediate and forward thrust. The integration of the stringers, flex tail, fins, all jives together into some unbelievable torque!”

“So, thank you for the ripper board and all the smiles it has already given me. The paint job made me think of a beautiful orange sunset even tonight when it was cloudy and cool.”

We’re so stoked! Thank you Greg for sharing your stoke. Aloha and Cowa-flexit!

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2 Comments on "Sweet new Pendoflex for Sir Lantzalot"

  1. Jack Eberle
    04/07/2011 at 6:50 pm Permalink

    Speed, Glide and Slide – back on my twinnie for summer and having mo’ fun. I can only imagine the pop your boards must have on a nice roundy to rebound – looking forward to owning one when I get the cash. Keep up the great work Steve – you make beautiful boards!

    Aloha_/|\_ Jack

  2. pendo
    10/07/2011 at 9:13 pm Permalink

    Aloha, Jack, thank you for your note.

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