So here it is, the final craft.
Whilst it’s undeniable that Queen Stephanie shone on all the creations that graced her feet (unquestionable evidence above), there was one that she favoured above all others. Whilst she might’ve scored more conventional points on the more conventional crafts, it was the Morning of The Earth craft, shaped by master-craftsman Simon Jones, that unlocked that special feeling she was craving.
You + this quiver + a forehand pointbreak = a decade before tedium sets in?
Unfortunately we’ve been charged with (see: have the pleasure, courtesy of our friends at Corona) giving the gorgeous MOTE craft perched in the corner of our Oz office away. It’s fine, we haven’t been riding it (which considering we’ve exchanged the over-populated straight-handers of Bondi Beach for the over-populated right points of Byron Bay, hasn’t been easy), we’ve just been ogling it since it came out of Steph’s board bag. So without further ado, let us give you the winning entry to our little poem competition, as chosen by Steph herself.
Steph has watched one too many Bruce Lee movies and has become water, when she is in the ocean she becomes the ocean; pure style.
[email protected], today’s your lucky day… we’ll be in touch.
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