Introducing the 10’1″ C

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Introducing the 10’1″ C

We’re excited to announce the 2nd blank from Matt Calvani to our portfolio with the introduction of the 10’1″ C longboard blank.

Matt Calvani started shaping in his garage 1987 in Hermosa beach California. Matt was influenced early on by Wayne Rich and Tom Stanton and went on to production shape for Hap Jacobs and Dennis Jarvis. He went on to work for Becker surfboards full time. Matt also shaped for Lance Carson’s, Rick surfboards, cooperdesigns, and Tyler surfboards. Matt partnered up with Bing Copeland in 2000 and is currently shaping and glassing Bing surfboards in Encinitas California. In 2013, Matt won the Boardroom Show’s “Icons of Foam Tribute to Terry Martin”.


The 10’1”C is a shorter version of the 10’8”C designed to net a finished thickness from 3-3/8” to 3-7/8” or more. I recommend the 10’2”B for thinner boards. The 10’1”C features a flat deck with a fuller rail and wider nose and tail to accommodate classic longboards, pigs, and high-performance longboards. Despite the thickness, it is designed to accommodate broad rocker changes and will foil out nicely at the suggested thickness.Matt Calvani


 

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