Pukas Mylady by Peter Daniels
Pukas Mylady top
Pukas Mylady rocker
Pukas Mylady bottom
This is the all round modern supershortboard with pulled in nose and inverted outline in a tail run off complimented with 5” – 5 1/2” swallow or fish tail design.A very versatil board that can handle hollow, fast and demanding wave conditions.
Frankie Oberhozer has been putting this new supershortboard to test in places like the 6*ASP J-bay contest too. It’s a unique board, absolutely beautyful. A collector’s item.
Fins // Combo
Tail // Squash, Swallow and Round
Waves // Medium and plus, or any with good power conditions
|5’8′||18 3/8||2 1/16||22,77|
|5’9”||18 5/8||2 1/8||24,11|
|5’10”||18 7/8||2 3/16||25,86|
|5’11”||19 1/8||2 1/4||26,97|
|6’0”||19 3/8||2 3/8||29,62|
|6’1”||19 5/8||2 1/2||31,99|
|6’2”||19 7/8||2 5/8||34,42|
|6’3”||20 1/8||2 3/4||36,98|
Because Color Matters
Art work from left to right: Eggplant, Pink, Mint, Yellow & Purple.
This art work is exclusive for Pukas Mylady. Sold separately.
A bit more
Why call it “Milady”?
First images of Kepa and the Pukas Milady shaped by Peter Daniels; you can tell he likes it by the way he embraces it. Kepa refers to his boards as if they were women. He either calls them ladies or nenas (babies in Spanish). So if you are about to surf with him you will listen to Kepa say things like “I’m taking my lady with me”. When Peter developed this model thinking on the worlwide-solo adventures of Kepa, everyone agreed to call it “Milady”.
Milady loving lost in Indonesia
Kepa Acero and Aritz Aranburu wanted to get lost deep in Indonesia. The Pukas Milady was with them as it’s one of Kepa’s must in every trip. He rode it the smallest days.
You might not know, but Peter was rocking the cover of Surfer Magazine long ago. Besides a great surfer, Peter became a master shaper and worked with the very best surfers since then. Want to know a bit more about Peter Daniels??
As a flamenco dancer, wild, fun, artistic and stylish. Peter Daniels‘ small-wave machine. A performance board with speed and drive in small conditions but also in medium sized waves…Read more.