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Stamps Pig – 9’6″ Trace makes action sports measurable, sharable, and comparable. How To Buy A Surfboard!
 
Stamps Pig – 9’6″

Stamps Pig – 9’6″

Here is a nice Pig designed and built by Tim Stamps. Stamps, mostly known for shaping high performance short boards for pro surfers such as Brett Simpson and Courtney Conlogue, has mad skills for designing longboards and alternative shapes. He did grow up in the shaping room of Rich Harbour, one of the bigs in […]

Trace makes action sports measurable, sharable, and comparable.

Trace makes action sports measurable, sharable, and comparable.

A recently launched Kickstarter project called Trace is like a Nike Fuelband for surfing, skating, skiing, and snowboarding. Except instead of measuring things like steps, this small, light and durable device records everything about your session. It keeps track of the waves you caught while surfing, tricks you landed while skating, and runs taken on […]

How To Buy A Surfboard!

How To Buy A Surfboard!

Every now and then we get some editorial sent to us from our friends both local and across the world.  Here is an article that was sent in on how to choose a surfboard.  If your looking to purchase here are some good pointers. When you’ve had a few lessons and decided you like surfing […]

Phillips Da Copy Cat

Phillips Da Copy Cat

09 October 2013

The outline of the board is pure 60’s with a pulled in nose and hips back of center. The board features 50/50 rails from nose to tail with the famous long step/hump deck accented by a slight chine to the deck rail. The bottom contours are very simple giving this board nice drive and projection […]

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Phillips – Van Velzer aka The Pig

Phillips – Van Velzer aka The Pig

09 October 2013

Simmons made ‘em light, Velzy made ‘em turn…and Phillips made ‘em relevant. This model defines the boards of the late 50’s / early 60’s – before noses widened and signature models were introduced. A pulled in nose and soft rounded squaretail, with hips about 10” behind center, are the marks of what Dale Velzy designed […]

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Surfboard Racks

30 May 2013

You have spent a bunch of money on all these great surfboards, don’t just balance them in the corner!  Most damage to surfboards is from poor storage and being careless.   Take care of your stick and put it on a rack! Here are some great racks or places to get good racks:   JustSurfRax.com […]

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Cordell The Stub

Cordell The Stub

01 January 2013

We started with our classic C12 and cut a little off the top and added a fuller outline to give you all the drive and none of the drag. This board enhances smaller wave high performance surfing by fitting better into the power pocket. Ride The Stub 2 – 4 inches shorter and 3/4 inch wider than your […]

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Cordell Mini Buff

Cordell Mini Buff

01 January 2013

Designed to ride like a bar of soap, the Mini Buff just flies. Perfect for smaller conditions, this is the board for people looking to ride as short of a board as they can. The Mini Buff has a full outline, wide full nose and less nose kick than The Stub. Ride the Mini Buff […]

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Cordell Groveller Fish

Cordell Groveller Fish

01 January 2013

A short and stubby tri-fin: the Groveller Swallow design was developed to allow the rider to rip on smaller waves. The Groveller Fish rides free and fast in the pocket and catches waves like boards much longer.

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