Kepa Acero breaks down the quiver that fits his traveling musts: the Pukas BASATI quiver
Pukas BASATI quiver
Kepa Acero is very well known for this latest trips. Solo mode, full of joy and empty pockets, he is only allowed to travel with stuff he can put on backpacks and light board covers. But when it comes to a trip that can put you to test on conditions that vary from 1ft. to dreadging barrels, you can’t afford to run a short quiver with wrong shapes.
After lots of testing, talking and tripping, Kepa Acero and Axel Lorentz nailed the shapes: two Pukas Original Sixtyniners and a Pukas BabySwallow would suit Kepa’s idea.
Kepa wanted to have Angela Alonso and her crew involved this time. Angela and her studio Happyending designed the art on the boards.
With the shape and the art done, Kepa is now ready to jump into his next adventure with a quiver he describes as: “the most versatile quiver, thought for light travelers like myself.”