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Nelson in Nicaragua!

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thanks Pete!

“Hey zippi!
I had my first session on the new zippi on Sunday… I
was at church’s and it was about shoulder high…sets a little
bigger…wow what a fast little board! Seriously the fastest board I’ve
ridden… Made impossible sections…just cranking down the line! It
…was really quick to come around through turns and cut backs! Can’t wait
for my next session!!
Thanks for the stoke!
Pete”

Jeff Phillips – 5’5″ Zippifish

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Michael Zippi is always happy to answer all of your questions:

mzippi@msn.com

310-804-9393

Dave 3/26/09

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Zippi,

Just wanted to thank you again for a great job on my board. I love it and can’t wait to ride it! Wanted to get some pics of it before it gets it’s 1st wax.

Thanks again! I’m really stoked!

Dave

Brent 11/29/07

Just took out my 5′5” Zippi out this morning. Waves were not that great, but this thing catches waves and blazed down the line regardless of the fact that the waves had no real power. Pumps for speed better than my short and is extremely maneuverable and cuts back like my short. The board is just super fun and fast! Thanks Mike for the great board and for putting up with all my questions. haha Can’t wait to take this baby out during a good swell.

Brent

Damien B 11/19/07

Had my 6′8″Zippi for over a month now and I love it! Got it to replace a performance longboard I broke and it’s been everything I hoped for. I’m catching waves in the same place I used to on the longboard, but speed and turning ability have allowed me to explore new parts of the wave, and catch those shoulders I couldn’t before.
Can’t wait to take it out in some beefy northern swells this winter…And did I mention the sick airbrush job? Thanks Zippi!

Damien B

Mike Q. 11/18/07

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Mike Q. sent photos of a surf session in Oahu.

To see more photos of Mike Q. riding this 5’4″ Zippifish, visit the “Photos/Videos” page by clicking here.

Thanx for the photos Mike!