An all-around longboard, perfect for
turning, trimming and noseriding
in all conditions...
From San-O to Cardiff to C-street,
this board was made for perching
on the nose for days
Classic pintail designed for trimming
and smooth operator turns.
Like a moving staircase on the waters
stable enough for nose riding and responsive
enough for progressive turns...
An exact copy of the surfboard
Greg Martz purchased from
Sonny Vardeman in 1965
Designed for the surfer who
wants to experience logging
the way it was in the 1960s.
when surfing smaller waves.
Get the job done in smaller surf.
A narrow trimming machine.
Lock in to the sweet spot and
park there until Thursday.
Inspired by Wayne Lynch, this board
has a bit of a "beer belly" and is
a nod to the hull surfboards.
The Damascus has a fuller nose
giving the rider a more stable platform
while nose riding.
As its name implies the Multi-Tool
is a versatile mid-length capable
of performing in a variety of conditions.
The Duster is a versatile blend of modern performance in an old school package.
Latin for “prepare for war” the Parabellum is perfect for anyone in need of a versatile board capable of maintaining its composure in heavier conditions.
A classic twin fish
designed for fast down the line surfing
in all conditions
A mini-simmons inspired
speed machine. Great for connecting
sections on smaller days.
A fish style surfboard capable of being surfed more vertically and in the pocket