Bing Surfboards Throw Back Thursday

July 10, 2014

Surf Industry Power Couplesphoto: LeRoy Grannis
This photo was an ad for Hang Ten clothing back in the early 60’s taken by legendary surf photographer LeRoy Grannis. The image features surf industry titans and their wives. From left to right: Bing and Conlee Copeland, Hobie and Sharon Alter, Dewey and Carol Weber. Hang Ten clothing would go on to feature Bing Copeland and many of his team riders for future ads.

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