DEAD HIPPIE 7'0''
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MAGNIFICENT… BEAUTIFUL… BUT FORGOTTEN FOR FIVE DECADES WHERE IT LAY BEHIND YOUR UNCLE’S SHED
This board channels the spirit of surfing’s Golden Age: the revolutionary 1960s and 70s. It has all the features to help you find that sweet spot on the wave, with plenty of width and volume so you can move around on deck and clock up some serious nasal time. Remove the fins and ride backwards… which could really be forwards… it’s all relative flower child.
Now with a futures fin box system you can use any futures fin base.
Recommended rider: fun for all skill levels. A little longer and wider than the mini-mal version of the DEAD HIPPIE, with over 10 litres more volume, means this board is a dream for the beginner. It is also a great option for the more advanced surfer looking to hone their logging skills, as there is ample room to move around on deck and get some nasal trim.
Ideal wave size: 1-3 foot with some down-the-line form.
- 8’0” x 22 1/2” x 3” (66L)
- 8LB PE Deck
- Bamboo veneer reinforced EPS Foam Core
- HDPE Slick - 100% Recycled Plastic
-Double Stringer (Paulownia Wood)
- Removable Fin System (Fins and Fin Key Included) - 100% Recycled Plastic
ALL HARD PLASTIC IN THIS SOFTBOARD IS 100% RECYCLED POST-CONSUMER PLASTIC WASTE. THIS INCLUDES THE "SLICK", LEASH PLUG, FINS AND FIN KEY.
Softboards. No hard feelings.
We are dead serious about the ocean plastic problem… We are also serious about our puns.
We started Spooked Kooks with a mission to make the best performing and most durable softboards containing as much recycled plastic waste as possible.
100% of all High-density Polyethylene used in our boards is recycled post-consumer plastic waste. This includes the entire “slick” (underside of the boards), leash plug, fin boxes, fins and fin key.
Our core mission flows through our overall approach, from looking at ways we can integrate other recycled materials and sustainable non-plastic materials into our boards, to ways we can improve our manufacturing process, packaging and products to minimise the amount of new plastic used and waste created.