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Mr. Buzz sk8

$796.00 / On Sale

Mr. Buzz sk8

Designed around the desire to get as radical as possible in the most compact board as humanly allowed, Nathan Fletcher's Mr. Buzz is the closest thing to a skateboard on water. To enhance the usability and straighter outline that Mr. Buzz features, Stretch and Nathan concocted the SK8 deck profile to provide added leverage when leaning on rail and give a connectivity unlike anything else you've ridden.

The entire "Buzz series" in general utilizes hydrodynamic principles with notes from Venturi, Bernoulli, Simmons and mixes it with Stretch's multidisciplinary composite material wave ripping construction and Nathan Fletcher's legacy of doing things that make your jaw drop and say, "...What the fuck was that!?!"

Although the shortened length doesn't reveal it's intended purpose, there is quite a bit of accelerated tail rocker allowing the wide tail to turn quickly and the ramped ridges of the SK8 deck act as gas pedals to get the rail hooked up and have you whipping that little demon up and out before you can blink.

Designed to be ordered 10” shorter than your normal board for calculated attacks, Mr. Buzz can benefit with little extra length and girth for more daily driver duties when the waves aren't pitching square. Mr. Buzz may feel anorexic on the rails but remember that the SK8 deck adds volume overall. The centerline thickness is referenced in the stock dims at the suggested -1/4" thickness from your typical daily driver to reflect this.

One of the most awe inspiring and revolutionary designs to come about, the Mr. Buzz SK8 is one of the boards you'll remember for a long time!

Learn more about Mr. Buzz here:

Mr Buzz

Surfing Life Essentials board review

example stock sizes available:

5'3" x 19" x 2.125" vol. 27.8 L nose: 15.5" tail: 16.0" TB: 9.8" ORV: 4.62"
5'5" x 19.5" x 2.2" vol. 30.6 L nose: 15.7" tail: 16.4" TB: 10.1" ORV: 4.8"
5'7" x 20" x 2.3" vol. 33.8 L nose: 15.9" tail: 16.7" TB: 10.4" ORV: 4.9"
5'9" x 20.5" x 2.4" vol. 37.2 L nose: 16.1" tail: 17.0" TB: 10.6" ORV: 5.1"

stock inventory offering includes:

+ custom individually shaped board in santa cruz, CA
+ marko foam compression molded EPS blank
+ 1/8" bamboo stringer
+ direct sized E-glass with bias weave direct sized S-glass
+ Futures quad ILT boxes
+ deck channels
+ resin research epoxy
+ uni-directional carbon fiber tail strips over apex of skatedeck ridge

$796 as shown in stock configuration (does not include fins)

"Want to make it your own?"

order a new custom board with 3-5 week turnaround time*

$650 = SURF STANDARD (polyester resin glassing over polyurethane shaped core)
$750 = EPS/EPOXY (2.0pcf Marko foam core glassed with EPOXY resin)
$830 = CFT (eps/epoxy with deck channels, bamboo stringer, bias weave S-glass)
$1190 = LEGACY (CFT with cork deck/rails and bamboo bottom)

quad = $16
5-fin = $27

single color = $40
2-color = $60
custom = $75 and up
abstract color lamination = $180

carbon or kevlar tail = $30
full wrap carbon rails = $90

sk8 deck concave profile = $20
deck channels = $60

6'6" to 7'0" = $45
7'1" to 8'0" = $75
8'1" to 8'11" = $125
9'0" to 9'11" = $200
10'0" to 10'11" = $300

adjust/swap cloth layers, stringer, resin type (epoxy over PU core only), logo placement, customize artwork, tail template, custom order fins, etc….

contact orders@stretchboards.com to place your custom board order today!

* fin upgrades available from Futures and FCS as well as custom hand foiled fiberglass from Fins Unlimited

* Applicable CA sales tax and domestic flat rate shipping not included.

Board is available for pick up from factory in Santa Cruz, or inquire about special shipping needs.

Shipping via FedEx Ground or FedEx home delivery:
$50.00 Flat Rate for United States

Shipping to Hawaii or Alaska and international addresses available. Please inquire for best rates.

Local pick up = no charge shipping! Enter promo code: WILLCALL at check out.

* production turnaround time is approximate. Production scheduling, material availability, custom artwork, acts of God and out of scope incidences may alter actual completion date.