Comment of the month goes to John Perkins out in New Smyrna Beach, FL.
“Ya Nick! Thanks to Aviso for building the best surfboard technology ever! I still have my 5′6 Lost RNF and my friend Kenny is currently south of the border getting pitted on it! What other technology out there can you confidently let your friend borrow to ride in hollow beach break and know it will be coming back home safe? A Firewire or Surftec would have broke years ago. My quiver is going on three years. Since then I have witness my buddy’s spend thousands of dollars on boards that work good for 6 to 8 months max before snapping or becoming a sponge… Thank You Aviso, you have been a true blessing…”
Thanks Perko, I could not have said it better myself…
Perkins throwing it down on the "Short-Bus", his bright yellow 5`6 Aviso RNF!
New Smyrna Beach is kind of like the San Clemente of the East Coast, which is probably why some of my favorite people on the right coast come from this little drinking town with a surfing problem. Here are two of NSB`s favorite sons riding there carbon fiber Aviso`s. The first shot is of John Perkins on his 5`10 Cole Firefly, and the second is of Casey Collins (sorry for the typo Collins!) riding his 5`6 Lost RNF down in South Beach. Also check out their latest video collaboration Mealticket, you wont regret it…
Perko on his 5`10 Cole (white deck inlay) at Lowers.
Collins on his 5`6 RNF (Ferrari Red!) on one of the biggest waves I have ever seen in Miami!