colorbonz

This is a traditional PU 5'8" bonzer shape made for a good friend of mine who goes by the name Church, and happens to be a really good artist and art professor. He 's been using interference (color shifting) pigments with his paints and thought they would look cool on a board. The final result didn't have as much 'shifting' as we thought, but it sparkled real nice. The color used was mink and would change from a reddish brown to a ice bluish. The fins were also tinted with bluish interference pigments.