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Jacob Turner turned trash into treasure after breaking his quiver in the heavy surf of Kauai. The 15-year-old Hawaiian surfer reused his broken boards by salvaging pieces of the foam to shape + glass an all-new shortboard. Turned out pretty nice if you ask us 💪
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Filmed and edited by Miles Frazier. Shaped with the help of Ryan Lovelace and glassed by Duane Toole.
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