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Boards, Events

Sundown Surf Shop Surfboard Demo

June 22nd, 2010 by John Zanussi

  Our friends over at Sundown Surf Shop are having a surfboard demo this Friday the 25th at Lido Beach. The line up of boards to try includes shapes from Walden, Meyerhoffer, Webber, Aloha, McTavish and a few more. Friday looks like a nice sunny summer day and there might even be some little waves to test these thing out in. More info after the jump… More »

Art, Boards

Luke Okay Board Art

April 21st, 2010 by John Zanussi

  In the past we’ve all taken a board of ours out back with a few cans of spray paint and maybe some masking tape and tried to come up with a radical design on the deck. Well if you’re like me and have very minimal artistic abilities, it can be super hard to come up with something that looks good enough to show off to the whole lineup, unless your name is Luke Okay. More »

Taj And His New Quiver for Bells

April 5th, 2010 by John Zanussi

Taj placed second at his last event, but before that won three contests in a row. He’s been on fire ever since the first place finish at the Pipeline Masters in December to close out 2009. Here’s Taj explaining his new look and his feelings about being on tour. TB also shows off his new quiver while dressing them up with some new stickers, new tail-pads and fresh new orange paint job. If you want to see more boards from the pros, check out the post we made last week on who is riding what at Bells. For even more action, make sure […] More »

Boards, Contests

Who’s Riding What at Bells

March 30th, 2010 by John Zanussi

  Thanks to the internet we are getting all sorts of looks at what the pros are choosing to ride for each contest. Over the past week or so, we’ve been seeing a few guys or their sponsors post pictures and dimensions of some of the boards they might be ridding in the upcoming contest at Bells Beach. More »


JS Signature Series

March 22nd, 2010 by John Zanussi

  JS Surfboards just put out their new Signature Series of boards, featuring five of their top pro surfers. They went with Joel Parkinson, Bruce Irons, Jordy Smith, Mark Occhilupo, and Luke Egan. Each signature model comes in about 20 different sizes ranging anywhere from a 5’9” to a 6’6”. More details after the jump. More »


Kelly Slater’s Latest Shape: “The Chunnel”

February 2nd, 2010 by John Zanussi

  Slater is keeping at it with experimenting with crazy shapes and board designs. His newest creation is “The Chunnel” and just like his other creations, looks like nothing I’ve ever seen before. More »


What Dane rode in 2009

January 20th, 2010 by John Zanussi

  Take a look at some of the boards Dane Reynolds was using in 2009. More info on the boards after the jump. More »


Recycled bamboo surfboard

November 12th, 2009 by John Zanussi

  If you’re into the retro do-it-yourself style boards then this masterpiece is for you. This is the second custom board Tom Murphy has built himself and apparently he’s learned it all from reading up on the Tree to Sea forums. He came upon some old bamboo floorboards from an office building and took it from there. Taking up a total of 8 months, Tom spent a lot of time doing things right by reading other peoples experiences and asking for advice on the the forums. After it all it looks like he ended up with a sick looking homemade board. More info and pics on the board after the jump. More »


Surfboard Tracking System

October 28th, 2009 by John Zanussi

  I’ve never had any of my boards stolen but I do know of people who have gotten their sticks robbed right from their front lawn. This actually happens a lot, but there is somewhat of a solution brewing out there. A company called SBT has created a way to store all sorts of info electronically in your surfboard. A very small microchip is placed in the foam of a board before it is glassed that will hold information about the shaper, the type of blank, dimensions, fin system, the date the board was made on, etc. The board can then be registered on SBT’s website as your own… kind of like those chips they place in pets these days. You can’t track your board GPS style but it’s better than nothing. More »


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