This article is part of our VICE Weekends summer series, presented by Weis
Lyndsay Noyes has made a living out of surfing. This summer, she upped the ante, spending some time in the Misfit Shapes shaping factory to make her very own summer board—one that's perfect for smaller waves and having fun.
Summer in Sydney means warm seas and tiny waves, with equally as many people in the lineup as on the sand. To battle the crowd, I wanted a summer board that would keep things fun and be more buoyant and forgiving. My friends at Misfit Shapes make beautiful boards, so I asked if I could try my hand at shaping one of my very own.
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