Peter Crawford with Slab.

crawfordPeter Crawford showing the features of his Crozier Slab kneeboard, with flex tail and sickel fin usually in an extended fin box. These boards were quite popular around the mid to late 70s, and Peter was the most well known riders of this style of board.

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4 Responses to Peter Crawford with Slab.

  1. Bukit Bear says:

    How’s that fin… one of my first board’s was a used Crozier – but it wasn’t a knee board – it was a conventional plan shape of the time. The fin got knocked out in Bali by a motorbike.

  2. lyttlestreet says:

    Yeah they were pretty popular on the Northside Chris Crozier was a good shaper, Used to see Crawford occasionally in Bali wandering around, I knew he used to love Indo, like a lot of us.

  3. Victor says:

    I had so many Crozier knee board’s in the 70’s and early 80’s. They were the best! Peter Crawford was instrumental in there design. Chris Crozier was the best knee board shaper of his time. RIP Chris!

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