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What Not to Post in the Used Board Section  
posted on 04/15/11 by boardhunt  
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I noticed our most recent posts were from a company out of China advertising new surfboards models for sale.  This is a no-no, which resulted in a post removal.  The Used Section is not an...

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Coupons and Vouchers  
posted on 01/26/11 by boardhunt  
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Back in October we had the idea of, "wouldn't it be cool if we could shoot a text message coupon of value our users when they request it?"

 

Well, after much thought and...

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No Junk Boards Please  
posted on 12/21/10 by boardhunt  
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Quality is everything.  At Boardhunt, we know our users don't care for junk postings so we have to do some quality control.  We recently removed a posting that resembled CL material and we...

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Surfboard Shaper Videos  
posted on 11/21/10 by boardhunt  
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Check out our new video channel on ShaperHouse.  It features shapers talking about...

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Robert's Surfboards  
posted on 10/20/10 by boardhunt  
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Shaperhouse welcomes Robert Surfboards.  Robert Weiner founded his company in 1996 out of Ventura, CA and focuses on high performance surfboards.  

 

 

Check...

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Reduced Used Surfboard Prices  
posted on 09/09/10 by boardhunt  
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Attention Buyers: What's the number one thing you look for in a board? - a good price!  We just added a new filter that will show only...

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Solid Surfboards on ShaperHouse  
posted on 09/06/10 by boardhunt  
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Boardhunt welcomes Solid Surfboards to ShaperHouse.  Check out their wide array of eco-friendly boards suitable for this upcoming fall and winter seasons!  If you have any questions about...

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Bessell Surfboards Joins ShaperHouse  
posted on 08/27/10 by boardhunt  
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Boardhunt welcomes La Jolla's mega shaper Tim Bessell to ShaperHouse.  Whether you're looking for a beginner funshape, specialty hybrid, or a high performance shortboard, Bessell can deliver what...

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What's ShaperHouse?  
posted on 08/12/10 by boardhunt  
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We're all familiar with the big brand names in surfboard shaping like Channel Island, Rusty, and Lost, but what about the less renown shapers out there producing craftsmanship of similar quality and...

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Find Your Stolen Board  
posted on 07/27/10 by boardhunt  
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I got a call from a buddy in distress the other day telling me about how his board was stolen from his truck in Leucadia.  As you can imagine, losing a new 6' 0" Maurice Cole (metro) epoxy...

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Ding Repair Seminars & Shape Room Rentals  
posted on 07/02/10 by boardhunt  
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If you're looking for a new ding repair guy in San Diego, or want to learn how to do it yourself then visit - www.mourasurfshop.com.  Moura also rents...

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StuffSurfersLike Shirts & Hats  
posted on 04/14/10 by boardhunt  
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Looks like StuffSurfersLike.com dabbled in zazzle and now have a unique webstore

If you're...

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SurfScience: Point, Reef or Beach Break?  
posted on 04/14/10 by boardhunt  
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One of the most important concepts to understand when considering the different types of waves found at a reef, point, or sandbar is refraction, which bends a wave. Refraction explains what happens...

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SurfScience: Stonefish Skegs  
posted on 03/26/10 by boardhunt  
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The Stonefish Skeg system was developed for high performance surfing in hollow waves but has been adapted to a wide range board designs. From knee boards to longboards, tow in boards as well as performance...

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Less Sinus Infections, Surf More  
posted on 01/16/10 by boardhunt  
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You wake up to a scratchy throat, faint ear pain, or building sinus pressure. Perhaps you caught the seasonal cold or the latest H1N1 strand, but it could also be H20 contamination or cold temperatures...

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