777 High Performance Longboard: 9 feet long (and even longer depending on preference) including possible tri-fin set-up, pin tail, thin rails, tapered midsection and a high rocker, this red beauty rides like a short board but with all the classic fun a longboard can bring (drool).
777 Noserider Longboard: Your classic longboard set-up. Single fin, pin or squash tail, 9 feet and above in length and a low rocker means easy sliding (and cross-stepping) on clean steady waves.
9’0 Striped Cruise-ader: Great for steady days in La Union
777 Single-fin Funboard: As the host of the night put it, the funboard “is for those who don’t really know if they want a long or shortboard but want all the fun that comes with it.” Versatile at 7’0 to 7’8 feet, it includes a single fin set-up, a pin tail, displacement rails and a medium rocker for all-around good vibes.
777 ‘Mini Pacquiao’ Shortboard: (frontmost board in the rack) A real charger at just 5’2 feet (lowest at 4’0) and in a distinct camouflage design, this shortboard is extra wide all over up to its tail and includes a quad fin set-up perfect for those head high days.
Surfers far and wide: Harold Crisostomo and Pilar Camille of seayou.ph
Surfers in the city = sea monkeys
Broken Glass Surf is an ode to the group’s infectious passion for surfing. Providing customized boards based on the surfer’s height, weight, style and preferences, they aim for users to work less catching a wave and more time actually riding it.
With more and more Filipinos getting into the sport, surfing in the country can definitely dig its roots deeper taking an identity of its own with the help of the local community.
Broken Glass Surf
Check out BGS masterpieces at https://www.facebook.com/BrokenGlassSurfCo and feel free to contact them!