Matt Calvani Talks with San Diego Surf Ladies at Bing Surf Shop

February 16, 2018

The San Diego Surf Ladies came to Bing Surf Shop on Tuesday, February 13th to listen to Bing Master Shaper Matt Calvani talk about our surfboards. It doesn't matter how long you have been surfing, to hear a shaper talk will always open new ideas about what surfboard you will ride next. Here are some photos from the event. Although this was a closed event only open to the SD Surf Ladies, we do have other events open to everyone. Look forward to the next 'Coffee with Matt' at the shop to have your chance to talk to Matt directly about your next Bing. 

Bing Surf Shop - Matt Calvani - San Diego Surf Ladies
Bing Surf Shop - Matt Calvani - San Diego Surf Ladies
Bing Surf Shop - Matt Calvani - San Diego Surf Ladies Bing Surf Shop - Matt Calvani - San Diego Surf Ladies


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