Hi, Just last weekend my family and I were in Eugene,Oregon. We went into a shop that's been around for awhile, it's called Lazars's Bazar. Anyway to my freekin' amazement,I saw an unused/brand new Twin Tip Freestyle 171cm! I had an identical one,same color(yellow) but a 161cm back in '89/'90. Of course I had to buy it!I have it proudly placed in my living room,and I jones for the snow every time I see it! I probably won't ride it though,because it is new and I don't want to screw it up,but man,after a long days work,I walk in the door to my house and, blam! Something about the design and the simplistic coloring and that giant paw print makes me feel good!! Thanks for keeping the BARFOOT alive,and I can't wait to get a hold of the new swallow tail design! Oh, and by the way I have one of your longboards too, it's a killer cruiser! Big THANKS! Viva la BARFOOT!! Thanks-again!
Not much changes in Beach Haven (thats good). Timeto go Skiing / Snowboarding. All the local kids are stoked on your longboards. Look forward to your retro snowboards.
Chuck, If you'd like some enthusiastic support with the distribution of your new/old boards in the Pacific Northwest, please sign me up. I'm a professional salesman, but more importantly, a life long (going on 17 years, anyway) BARFOOT rider. If not, I'm still chomping at the bit to get my hands on a couple for myself.Best regards,
HT Squaretail... Beautiful deck! Like the rocker on a board that size. Nice flex! Support BARFOOT Designs, send Chuck some coin and get yourself one!
I scored a sweet Donald T long board (nose rider) from Northwest Surfstyle at the Seattle Ski and Snowboard Expo. I Love this thing. It's my first long board and have turned 3 different friends on to your boards. Now we all three ride the streets of Portland on our BARFOOT Longboards. None of us have been able to hook up with BARFOOT stickers though, can you hook a couple of P-town riders up?Much thanks Chuck!!!!!
Hey, your boards are pretty chill..... I rode one and it was insane.
Wow. What a great birthday present to myself this new Richards board has been. It rides just as I imagined and the craftsmanship of the board is amazing. I have turned friends who have never skated before into believers with this board. I finally matched it with some Flashbacks and this board rolls out big! It has turned my time clock back a few years and accounted for countless hours of good times. Proud to represent BARFOOT on the east coast... I highly recommend Chuck's boards to anyone looking for a good ride.
I must compliment Chuck on his creations. At 49 and 230 lbs, I wrote Chuck to see if his boards could support my weight. Sure I'll build a thicker one for you. And He most certainly did. In fact, I love my HT Square Tail so much, I had him build me another. Both of these boards are wonderful, artful, soulful rides. It takes me back to sunny childhood/teenage days. My nine-year old son is in awe of his Dad cruisin' and carvin' around his school's playground and the local park. I tell you, ten minutes on a BARFOOT would bring about world peace. It doesn't get any better than this. Thanks for all your extra effort Chuck!
Unbelievable, I was just skiing in NY, and a friend of mine had some boards to go to the dump. In there was a vintage BARFOOT from when I started boarding... no metal edges, it was turquoise. Needless to say, it is now in my home and on the wall. What a score!
I have a Munoz, Kakai, Velzy, and a Richards. All are top notch quality! You know how to do it right, Chuck!