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Must Sell! LkNw Yancy 6ft 10 inches RT over $822


I am sadly having to sell my surfboard! This is a great board!

Yancy epoxy surfboards specializes in a process known as Epoxy Thermal Lamination. They build a two piece mold around an original master from the shaper. Next, they take an EPS (expanded poly styrene) core and insert 3, 8mm PVC stringers. They call this the ESS (epoxy stringer system). This makes the boards much stiffer than a regular epoxy board and greatly enhances breaking strength. They then add layers of glass, 9 lb PVC sheet foam on top and bottom, and more glass with super-toughened (20 lb) epoxy foaming resin on the rails for impact resistance. The board is hand laid up in the heated mold and then placed in a press. This allows the board to cure under pressure at a high temperature. As a result, they end up with a tight, light, and extremely durable finished product which is the best available in today’s epoxy surfboard market


This is a Yancy Spencer Epoxy 6’10” board, and is 18” wide at the tail, roughly 22” wide at the widest point, and 16” wide at the nose. The epoxy board (for any beginners out there, that just means it is made of a more durable material than the traditional fiberglass board) is EXTREMELY indestructible! It has a removable FCS fin system. This board is great to teach beginners because it can virtually take anything you can dish out to it. Originally, I paid $780 for it (just for the board not including tax), the board looks almost new! Ive only gotten to ride it twice The fish shape of this board is perfect for east-coast waves. It’s big enough to pick up the small summer waves here, but small enough to carry over into bigger winter swell. This board is made to last!
The board comes with OAM traction gel pad already attached as you can see in the pictures. That was another $42.

Please contact me asap


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Seattle, WA

August 13, 2010 3:22 pm

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