I just caught the tiniest waves and did like 5 turns on every wave and boosted huge airs.

•July 17, 2009 • Leave a Comment

I’m down at Hungtington practicing for the contest.

I just got out of the water….are you kidding me with that swallow tail?
I had to call you right away because this is the fastest small wave board.

I just caught the tiniest waves and did like 5 turns on every wave and boosted huge airs.

It’s the perfect board for small Huntington.

I’m really stoked, just had to call and tell ya.

Danny
Accelerator +

it still doesn’t have any open dings after three years

•July 17, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Todd,

I surfed the new board in 1ft to 4ft Hawaiian, clean to ugly Ho’okipa conditions. I only wish I had ordered this board last year.

It does everything I want it to do.

You can delete the old hybrid file because this tail caves II fits my surfing perfectly.
This board is much faster getting into the wave as well as transitioning over the flat spots.

Rail to rail I feel I can set up the big snap with 100% confidence.

That was something I was missing with the other epoxy board, I was always fighting the bouyancy of the board while bottom turning. Anyways I have more control through my turns with the new board and it has a lot of whip. I can’t wait for my knee to be fully recovered so I can tweek the last bit of my turns, but all in good time.

I haven’t touched my magic polyester board since I’ve pulled yours out of the box….and I love that board!

Kenny Asahino, 34, Kahului, HI
Custom Proctor Epoxy “PROXY” Surfboard: 6’0″ x 18 1/4″ x 2 1/8″ Tail Caves II

surfboard review: custom epoxy performance shortboards, hawaii surf

three years later…

I’m still riding the epoxy Tailcaves II and

it still doesn’t have any open dings

after three years.

The leash plug finally came out last month but the plastic cup stayed put. All I had to do was glue it back in and
reinforce it w/ cloth just in case.

Todd, I ride this board hard and I even put on

a little weight and the board only has a

shallow well where my backfoot goes.

I even put some mileage on my single fin too.  It’s a fun board to ride on the glassy overhead days when I want to get a laugh, but the occassional faceplants aren’t as funny. Sometimes I forget that bottom turning on that board takes a bit of finesse. Anyways, I got too many boards here, but I’m looking forward to my new Lil’ Rascal.  I just realized that I need something like it on Maui for summer and the inbetween swell days of winter.  Thanks again. Aloha.

-Kenny Asahino

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I wasn’t planning on taking a fish-shape to El Salvador with me but this shape looks too fun.

•July 16, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Charissa and Todd:

My Rascal arrived and the shape looks great! Very clean and tight.

I wasn’t planning on taking a fish-shape

to El Salvador with me

but this shape looks too fun.

You guys made the order process a breeze, much appreciation.

Thanks,
Brian Lash

Custom Proxy Epoxy Rascal II
6’1″ x 21″ x 2 1/2″ moontail
Four Parabolic Channels
5 fin install

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Wow, it is unlike anything I have ever ridden and it rips

•July 7, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Hi Todd & Charissa,

Hope this email finds you both in good health and glassy waves!

a.gRascal1I wanted to thank you for the Amazing Job

on the “Proxy Greased Rascal” you

shaped me this spring!

Wow, it is unlike anything I have ever ridden

and it rips.

I have ridden it in the worst of the worst storm swell, Doheny on a 2ft day and Salt Creek when its over head.

It does it all!

It has improved my surfing dramatically and it has become my go to board for just about everything.

Thanks for treating us all like family!

David Fields
Salt Creek CA

Proxy Greased Rascal
5’8” 2 1/4″ 18 7/8″ five fin setup- I prefer it as a Quad

P.S. taking it to South Shore Oahu on Friday 🙂 I’ll Send you a Photo if get a good one!

It is by far the best small wave board I have ever owned!

•July 6, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Charissa- I have surfed the last two days with the Li Rascal- what a board!!!

It is by far the best small wave board I have ever owned!

I can’t wait to take it out in bigger surf. Still have not ridden the G4 but will as soon as the waves pick up.
Pete Simmerson, San Diego, CA
Custom Proxy Epoxy Rascal II: 6′0″ x 20 1/8″ x 2 1/2″ moontail
Four Parabolic Channels
Five Fin Install: MR-TX with GX trailer(s)

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it will be a sad day when Todd say’s it’s not worth fixing anymore

•June 24, 2009 • Leave a Comment

I just love this board!

Over the last four years, it has been on every kind of wave

between Rincon and “C” Street and even finds the time

to teach my kids at Mondos….

it will be a sad day when Todd say’s it’s not worth fixing anymore.

Randy Mayes, Ventura, CA
Custom 9′6″ x 23″ x 3 1/8″ Dome High Performance Longboard
S-Glass, Y2k UV Resin, 8.5″ Cutaway single fin with FCS sides

Shaper Breakdown on the Performance Longboard

The performance longboard features additional rocker, sleeker outline, and more tapered responsive rails. The bottom utilizes a concave in the nose for increased lift in noseriding, which transitions to a double concave through the mid-section of the board, then to a concave vee or “spiral vee” through the fins and last 1/3 of the board.

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It handled real well in the barrel and held onto some big drop-ins and wally sections. SO FUN!!

•June 9, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Todd,

Finally got the new board into some overhead waves..Awesome!!! as expected.

Found the limits of the board today. Your right on to not make it an everyday-any wave board, it does have a wave size limit. Waves 8’+ pushes the board a bit to hard.

It handled real well in the barrel

and held onto some big drop-ins

and wally sections. SO FUN!!..

Thaks again, see you soon.

Happy new year,  Brian

Custom Rascal II
6’0″ x 20″ x 2 1/2″ moontail
5 fin install, FCS

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