Yandan kullanılır .
Renkler : krem - Beyaz - Pudra pembesi ve vizon tonu kalmıştır...
Fiyat : 25 ' TL ' dır...
Posted at: 2015-11-02 08:20:12
Fiyatları : 30 TL ' dır . Renkleri bulunur....
Posted at: 2015-11-02 08:10:58
Okul çantalarımız bulunmaktadır ..
Fiyat : 35 TL
Posted at: 2015-11-02 08:08:02
Portföy çantalarımızin kırmızı . siyah . şeker pembesi ve krem rengi bulunmaktadır ...
Fiyat : 20 TL
Posted at: 2015-11-02 07:14:10
Renk siyah olup üstünde zımbalı taşları bulunmaktadır . derisi yıkanmış deridir özel makinelerde yıkanıp yumşatılmıştır . 3 gözü bulunup içinde de ayriyeten cebleri bulunmaktadır . içinde askısı bulunup yandanda kullanabilirsiniz...
Çocuğu olan anneler . büyük çanta kullananlar için idealdir ..
Fiyat : 110 TL
Posted at: 2015-11-02 07:07:05
Büyük Boy : 85 TL
Orta Boy : 65 TL. Renkler : Siyah - Kırmızı - gri - lacivert ` dir...
Küçük Boy : 45 TL
kazumasurfboards Matt Kazuma Kinoshita
For 30 years, Kazuma Surfboards Hawaii has been shaping custom surfboards for the best surfers in the world.
What would you do with a Magic board?
Posted at: 2019-07-15 10:12:09
Been doing lots of my resin tinted boards sanded finish lately. It seems like yesterday that it was standard that any tint or pigment would be glossed and polished.
Posted at: 2019-07-14 11:51:06
Twisted blanks. Here is one way to quickly true up a blank and get back that critical and proper starting point. As long as your blank is thick enough to fix, twist is not even a problem.
Posted at: 2019-07-13 11:48:14
Smooth deck to rail band transitions without messing up your precisely planned rail shape? Always a challenge.... Here is an easy to make tool that is magical for getting super smooth transitions without changing your rail shape. I have been using this exact tool since I made it in 1991 and find it to be one of the things that I can't do without. When you do this step with screen alone, the pressure usually lands on that rail top curve and you end up pinching the rail more than planned. I use this tool to get the transition then follow up with my normal screen that only hits the rail shape itself. Less screening leads to a more accurate rail shape.
Posted at: 2019-07-12 12:10:21
Best board that I have, (and I am extremely picky) 10 out of 10. There are 4 things about this board that are counter what is commonly believed to be important 1) plastic fins 2) stock glassing 3) polyurethane foam 4) polyester resin. (oh and handshaped and stringered)
Posted at: 2019-07-12 10:31:10
#1 most important "shortcut" to shaping better is how good you are at choosing the right blank. I know great blanks are not a luxury for many but using the right blank can eliminate many of those high end skills that goes into that 10,000 shapes rule.
Posted at: 2019-07-11 15:01:14
"Mr Kazuma, how do I get experience when no factory will give me a job?" That is the question of the decade.... It is widely accepted that it takes 10,000 handshapes to master the tools and there is no substitute or fast-track to the process. Unless you are independently wealthy to finance your shaping, you will need to get lucky to get in with an experienced shaper to "ghost shape". The best advice I can give is to maximize your experience on every shape. What I mean is to create a system that you can break down every step into a systematic and repeatable process. This way you can create good boards quickly while building your knowledge and setting consistent standard for yourself. The skills with the tools slowly catch up. Or you can just do cnc shapes and forget the whole handshaping process.
Posted at: 2019-07-10 12:23:02
Something different... Custom order, 6'6"x21"x3" Bar of Soap.
Posted at: 2019-07-08 23:44:28
1 minute longbox route. Nothing beats a Stavron fin box/ install, ultra clean and quick installation pre-glass method. I have been using these fin boxes for over 20 years and have done thousands upon thousands of installs with a failure rate of nearly zero. Can't beat that.
Posted at: 2019-06-28 13:34:02
Checking the accuracy of your finished product. Remember my board copy post and how I used tape to mark and write all of my measurements onto? I keep the tape(measurements) on a wall until the boards are out of the glass shop so I can quickly check that my numbers are still correct. I can tell you that things can drastically change during the build process and over the years I have added many steps to limit the possibilities of anything changing. How many of you check the before and after? You can learn tons from things changing in the process so it is worthwhile to measure each and every one, I bet that you might just find a detail that made the magic that you never considered. (hint, hint) I can even go as far as to say that I know a few glassers that glass a certain way that consistently make boards ride better.
Posted at: 2019-06-26 02:07:29
Just a painted blank to highlight the pure beauty of a surfboard in the early stages of production. I made three videos today to answer some shapers questions but they were really technical and that is only interesting to a shaper so I decided to post this picute instead.
Posted at: 2019-06-24 13:46:33
Why are customers buying boards from you? Price, experience, popularity, accuracy of shaping, quality of product, team riders, cnc or handshaped, quick delivery times, cool technology, great marketing / advertising and so on? Now ask yourself why do you shape? Money, love for the art, status, desire to work with your hands, build a business, to make something that you can't get anywhere else, necessity, desire to be the best that you can be? Shapers come to me for all these reasons and more and I help them to get the most out of this craft. I have my personal reasons and the priorities have changed throughout my career, I wish that I had the knowledge and experience that I have now back when I started because it would have made everything much easier. Or maybe I should say that I should have listened more to those experienced guys that were trying to guide me way back when because that is something realistic and available to many out there right now. What do they say, "hindsight is 20/20 vision" One thing that my teacher Ben Aipa told me that really stuck out in my head from more than 30 years ago is this. "The hardest part of this business is raising your price. Don't sell cheap, build your business slowly one customer at a time. Concentrate on quality and make sure that you have a great customer /shaper relationship" Can you believe that Grandmaster Ben had the secret to surviving the cheap Asian import assault long before it ever happened?
Posted at: 2019-06-21 13:57:45
Adaptive surfing in Hawaii is on fire. Evan, Faith and Josh representing Maui at the 2019 Hawaii Adaptive Surfing Championships right now in Waikiki.