Hometown: Santa Barbara, CA
Sponsors: Monster, Channel Islands
Favorite Boards: 5’6″ x 19 x 2 5/16 New Flyer, 5’8″ x 18 3/4 x 2 5/16 Fever, 6’2″ x 18 3/4 x 2 5/16 Taco Grinder
You won’t find Bobby Martinez on social media but you may be among the lucky few to spot him ripping at any of a number of his favorite 805 breaks. Channel Islands’ @SeanLesh tagged along on a few sessions this year with Bobby, and as you can see he’s still as good as ever. Enjoy.
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Bobby Martinez padding up an M18 prototype with his signature CI Traction
- 3-piece flat pad
- Medium kick 28mm
- Mixed groove technology
#ciSurfboards #ciTraction #BobbyMartinez
Recovering from an amazing run of surfing at @bsrsurfresort . I rode a ton of waves with specific goals in mind to do my best at improving . I can’t wait to release the edit of the trip featuring @jettschilling and #bobbymartinez . Thanks @monsterenergy @bsrsurfresort @miniblanchard
Spring has sprung in most parts of the northern hemisphere. The air is warmer but the water hasn't caught up yet. The surf? Well, it's a bit funky at the moment, and small. But none of that matters much when you're on our new Ultra Joe model. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The Ultra Joe is a progressive step forward for beginner/intermediate surfers while at the same time is an inviting step down for average to good surfers seeking something fun and cruisy on the smaller, weaker days.
As compared to its predecessor the Average Joe, the all-new Ultra Joe boasts refined, sensitive rails, a double-bump squash tail, narrower nose with an updated rocker profile, and additional exit rocker. Despite all these changes, one thing remains the same: the fun factor.
Video by @seanlesh
#BobbyMartinez Ultra Joe is 5'3" x 19 1/2 x 2 5/16 x 27L
Going up. #BobbyMartinez