Larry Bertlemann Ultratech Epoxy twin-fin, Modern replica of 70’s T&C LB pro model, hand signed “LB”


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Larry Bertlemann replica of his 1970’s T&C LB pro model twin-fin. Hand signed “LB” by Larry Bertlemann along with his famous “Anything is possible” quote displayed on the front and back. Never waxed nor has it touched the water.  Extremely limited edition replica of the highly sought after 1970’s Larry Bertlemann pro-model twin-fin boards. Surfboard Hoard has sold a fully restored Larry Bertlemann hand shaped board for $3,500 several years ago which can be seen here… Larry Bertlemann hand shaped 5’10 T&C twin-fin (1970s)

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Larry Bertlemann: Dynamic regular foot surfer from Honolulu, Hawaii; winner of the 1973 United States Surfing Championships, and often cited as progenitor of today’s high-performance shortboard surfing.

Nicknamed “Rubberman,” the kinetic and hyper-flexible Bertlemann surfed in a low, springy, open-knee crouch. He worked his board constantly, but the motion was blended and synched, and he brought a smoothness to even the most explosive turns. Some of Bertlemann’s best surfing was done on the Ben Aipa-designed split-railed stinger boards of the mid- ’70s. A hardcore skateboarder, the 5′ 9″, 160-pound Hawaiian regularly practiced his high-torque turns on asphalt and concrete. Bertlemann permanently altered the body dynamics of surfing, which in turn opened up the range of on-wave lines, angles, and arcs; his style was imprinted directly on a slightly younger group of Hawaiian surfers, including Dane Kealoha, Buttons Kaluhiokalani, and Mark Liddell. In the late ’70s, borrowing a move from the skateboard world, Bertlemann began working on aerials—what he immodestly called “Larryials”—and became a forerunner to high-flying Kelly Slater and the rest of the early ’90s New School surfers.

Read the full article @ Matt Warshaw’s Encyclopedia of Surfing…

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