Quivers – Danny Fuller

(Boards from left to right)

1.6’1″ tow-in board shaped by Bret Maramoto, Bret Surfboards–sixteen inches wide, two inches thick. “I use it for towing in. I haven’t used it yet, but it feels like the best board, so I’m pretty psyched.”

2.6’3″ thruster shaped by Michael Baron, Byrne Surfboards–18.5 inches wide, 2.25 inches thick. “I pretty much ride that in any small waves.”

3.7’6″ gun shaped by Michael Baron, Byrne Surfboards–18.75 inches wide, 2.5 inches thick. “I ride that when Pipe’s really big and whenever the waves are going off.”

4.9’8″ gun shaped by Jeff Johnson–twenty inches wide, three inches thick. “It’s a really old board of mine, but it’s made for big Waimea–I need to start riding it more (laughs).”

5.7’4″ gun shaped by Michael Baron, Byrne Surfboards–18.5 inches wide, 2.5 inches thick. “I ride that when it’s a little smaller than ten feet all over the place–Backdoor, Off The Wall, Pipeline.”

6. 6’10″ gun shaped by Michael Baron, Byrne Surfboards–18.5 inches wide, 2.625 inches thick. “I pretty much ride that all over the place–Backdoor, Off The Wall.”

7.5’8″ fish shaped by Bret Maramoto, Bret Surfboards–twenty-inches wide, 2.25 inches thick. “I use that board at the (Ehukai) Beach Park and stuff, and sometimes when I want to ride something a little bit different and go mess around. It’s really good for airs and technical tricks. For beachbreak, it’s perfect.”