Previous For Sale: A Few Minis 12-5-2012 Next MSS Shaper’s Interview With Oscar all posts, blanks, design, mini shaping tips, shaping video Video: Upcycled Mini Simmons (4:02 mins) 2 comments1 min read 2 comments Watch LaterRemove Cinema Mode FacebookTwitter The driftwood collective takes an old longboard, strips it and shapes a upcycled Mini Simmons. Video: Upcycled Mini Simmons (4:02 mins) Recycling a Surfboard from Driftwood Collective on Vimeo. Related Derek, Mini Simmons Shaper Shaper | Lover of the Sea View all posts You may also like all posts, design, mini shaping tips Surfboard Hull Design 1,410 views6 min read all posts, design, mini shaping tips Mini Simmons Rail Design 852 views3 min read Video mini shaping tips, mini simmons shapes, minis by derek dodds 5’3 Mini Simmons Talk – Surfboard Review 332 views1 min read 2 comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply I’ve thought about doing this before. Do you know what they are doing at the 27 second point. What is that white stuff? Is that spare foam they are filling in holes with? In past experience the old fiberglass pulls chunks of foam up as you remove it. Yea Scott, they are using foam to fill in the gaps where the old foam was bad or had ripped a hole in the blank. Once you start mowing the ‘new’ blank you just shape that part into the design. It’s a great video and I am sure there are tons of throw away long boards out there that will make nice upcycled Mini Simmons. ~Derek, MSS Search TopicsSearch Topics Select Category alaia all posts art blanks design faq fun inspiration inteviews mini shapers legends mini feature mini finless mini fins mini glassing mini media mini of europe mini of oz mini products mini riders & rides mini shaping tips mini simmons products mini simmons shapes mini fishy mini quads mini sup mini twinzer mini wood miniesque minis by derek dodds minis for sale ode to females ode to music ode to the shaper show & tell Uncategorized vanguard shapes video board reviews shaping video surfing minis surfing tomo InstagramInvalid username or token.