92 dt2 tl pro carbon yell, brown/orange stripe - cc094 without fins

€793,80 Incl. tax
Article number: 17301
Availability: In stock
dt-2 noserider - this model was built with more focus on nose riding the key word for this model, however, it is versatility. drop in, draw a clean line off the bottom, set-up that high line, and take a walk on the takayama side. or, if you prefer, this board becomes a lightning quick turning machine. its rounded pintail and tri-fin set up is perfect for any turn you throw. this board excels in waves that range from ankle high to well overhead.dt-2 noserider - this model was built with more focus on nose riding the key word for this model, however, it is versatility. drop in, draw a clean line off the bottom, set-up that high line, and take a walk on the takayama side. or, if you prefer, this board becomes a lightning quick turning machine. its rounded pintail and tri-fin set up is perfect for any turn you throw. this board excels in waves that range from ankle high to well overhead.



Sizes
  • Nose: 0
  • Middle: 22,2
  • Tail: 0
  • Thickness: 2
  • Length: 110
  • Weight: 0
  • Volume: 68,1
Shaper
takayama
shapers come and go and come back again. takayama has been hard at it since the middle-50s from hawaii to california and back again. with very few detours. takayama claims some fine names as shaping influences: dale velzy, renny yater pat curren, mike diffenderfer, ken tilton, hap jacobs, joe quigg, his first surfboard was a redwood in hawaii, around 1948. where did he get the redwood? railroad tracks, takayama said. they were changing railroad ties and had all these old ones on the side of the road and so i went over there and helped myself to it.



takayama started surfing in hawaii and worked for john price and surfboards hawaii before he came to california in the middle 50s on a wing and a prayer. yeah you know i left hawaii with a one-way ticket on one of those cattle planes, trans continental airlines. halfway over i go up and knock on the cockpit door and say, hey, captain, we almost there yet or what, brah?\ inch i showed up in la when the only airport was at burbank. i think i had $10 in my pocket. it was 1955 or 1956 or something like that. i have memory lapse now.



takayama also can\ incht remember how many boards he has shaped over the years, only that he has been doing it almost non stop since the middle 50s. he opened donald takayama hawaiian pro designs in encinitas but there were too many people poking their heads in asking what\ inchs up? he moved it all to oceanside and has been there ever since.



he\ inchs been going non-stop for the last 35 years. he was one of the re-founding father who promoted the resurgence of longboarding in the early 90s. i was working with oxbow and joel tudor and nat young promoting the world championships in france. everyone came and it was enlightening to see everyone so excited. and from there it just kept escalating. i make boards for california but there are takayama licenses in australia and japan and france. the demand is amazing. i had no idea surfing would be as large as it is today and as a manufacturer i know there is no way i or any of us can fulfill this market.



takayama is and always has been prolific and he now has 12 different designs for surf tech. speed shapes. hybrids. noseriders. surftech is making my boards from 7\ inch 2 to 10\ inch. there is a stephen slater model and a jeff hakman model and the model t and a board he calls in the pink, which is a 9\ inch3 by 20 noserider.



takayama loves the surf tech system for a lot of reasons, but especially because they are hard to ding. the boards are lightweight and very durable. you get what you pay for. the boards withstand a lot of abuse and they don\ incht fall apart. the surf tech boards have longevity. they\ inchre like the family car.
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shapers come and go and come back again. takayama has been hard at it since the middle-50s from hawaii to california and back again. with very few detours. takayama claims some fine names as shaping influences: dale velzy, renny yater pat curren, mike diffenderfer, ken tilton, hap jacobs, joe quigg, his first surfboard was a redwood in hawaii, around 1948. where did he get the redwood? railroad tracks, takayama said. they were changing railroad ties and had all these old ones on the side of the road and so i went over there and helped myself to it.



takayama started surfing in hawaii and worked for john price and surfboards hawaii before he came to california in the middle 50s on a wing and a prayer. yeah you know i left hawaii with a one-way ticket on one of those cattle planes, trans continental airlines. halfway over i go up and knock on the cockpit door and say, hey, captain, we almost there yet or what, brah?\ inch i showed up in la when the only airport was at burbank. i think i had $10 in my pocket. it was 1955 or 1956 or something like that. i have memory lapse now.



takayama also can\ incht remember how many boards he has shaped over the years, only that he has been doing it almost non stop since the middle 50s. he opened donald takayama hawaiian pro designs in encinitas but there were too many people poking their heads in asking what\ inchs up? he moved it all to oceanside and has been there ever since.



he\ inchs been going non-stop for the last 35 years. he was one of the re-founding father who promoted the resurgence of longboarding in the early 90s. i was working with oxbow and joel tudor and nat young promoting the world championships in france. everyone came and it was enlightening to see everyone so excited. and from there it just kept escalating. i make boards for california but there are takayama licenses in australia and japan and france. the demand is amazing. i had no idea surfing would be as large as it is today and as a manufacturer i know there is no way i or any of us can fulfill this market.



takayama is and always has been prolific and he now has 12 different designs for surf tech. speed shapes. hybrids. noseriders. surftech is making my boards from 7\ inch 2 to 10\ inch. there is a stephen slater model and a jeff hakman model and the model t and a board he calls in the pink, which is a 9\ inch3 by 20 noserider.



takayama loves the surf tech system for a lot of reasons, but especially because they are hard to ding. the boards are lightweight and very durable. you get what you pay for. the boards withstand a lot of abuse and they don\ incht fall apart. the surf tech boards have longevity. they\ inchre like the family car.


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