Asher Pacey Bids Adieu To DHD With One Final, Fabulous Snapper Session
Break up sex is the best sex.
In 2019, no one swings a twin fin better than Asher Pacey.
That said, the Australian is reportedly leaving his current foam supplier, DHD, for an alternative American dealer. We find this news rather shocking, due to the quality of surfing Pacey has done, and is doing (above), on his Handleys.
Besides his egregiously long leash, do you see any room for improvement?
While the Queenslander has yet to reveal his new board daddy, Stab has learned that Pacey signed a rather lucrative deal with a certain California foam brand featured in Electric Acid 1.0.
Any guesses who it may be?
We should have a clip of Asher on his contemporary crafts as early as next week. Until then, enjoy one final tryst of Mr. Pacey and his DHDs, above.
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