“Don’t be a Kook.” (but I am one….)

Kook, noun. Pronunciation: kük : An individual with no understanding of the social and sartorial norms of surfing. In the water, a kook’s cluelessness can aggravate or endanger other surfers; on occasion, kooks can even be recognized solely by the faux pas they commit out of the ocean.

That’s me!
The dievca who doesn’t know how to surf and is desperate to get out NYC and hit the beach.

The one following the advice: to avoid becoming old, you must try new things.
dievca wants to look good while being the “newbie”. As there are “snow bunnies” on the ski slopes — dievca wants to be a “Surf Bunny” on the beach.
Dressed well with not a clue~

Zodiac print Kookboard

Solid foam soft top, EPS core, two wooden stringers, printed fiberglass hard bottom with plastic fins. Solid black back.

Dimensions: 5’2” x 25” x 2.5″

Weight: 5.5kg each (about 12 lbs)

Includes: 3 fins and 1 leash


GQ Article on Surfing etiquette

(click photo for link to other Cynthia Rowley wetsuits, swimsuits and Kookboards)

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11 Comments on ““Don’t be a Kook.” (but I am one….)”

  1. I’m an original kook – great post!

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  2. Marty says:

    I will never forget Ed “Kookie” Burns, who played “Kookie” on 77 Sunset Strip. Kookie was a parking attendant who sometimes got caught up in the PI adventures of Efram Zimbalist Jr and Roger Smith. But Kookie was the real star.

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