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Gordie Tandem Vee Bottom

Steve Boehne (Infinity Surfboards ) began surfing in 1959. In the beginning he built boards in his garage and then in 1968 he went to work shaping for Gordie Surfboards. The Shortboard evolution was taking place during this period and Gordie's answer to the call was his vee bottom, Assassin model. Being a tandem rider, Steve created this one-of-a-kind board to compete on. The shortboard influence is evident in the board's dimensions, 10' x 28" x 3.5" (most tandem boards were and are in the 12' and over size range) and coincidentally, it is the best example of a deep vee bottom tailed board currently in our collection. We're working with Steve on getting some video footage up of him riding the board with his wife and tandem partner, Barrie.



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