I enjoy custom designing surfboards specifically tailored to the riders needs. I consult with each client to find out what type of surfing style they have, what they're looking for in a new board, what kind of waves they plan on using the board for, and what they want the board to look like.
While I love making boards of all shapes and sizes, I especially love the 60s era longboard surfing style of cross-stepping, nose-riding and trimming.
Feel free to contact me and we can discuss what you're looking for in a new surfboard!
The beautiful community I am fortunate enough to call home.
This was a 9'7" classic noserider done in the spirit of old-school 60s longboards. It had a glassed-on D-fin, with matching aloha stripes. The big D-fin isn't for everyone, but for those that like trimming and nose-riding, this is a great old-school design.
This was a 9'7" noserider that was ordered with custom inlaid foam in the stringers. The matching tail block and glassed-on fin really made it stand out, and it was a super fun board to ride.
This is a 5'2" shortboard with a double bat-tail for Tyler. The concave nose and tail channels will give this board great performance, as well as speed for making those sections.
This was an 8'6" egg-shape board made for Darius. We did the glassed-on fin to match the bamboo stripes, which gave this board a Tahitian style look. A little thicker in the nose and tail made this board a great wave-catcher, as well as a cool look.
This was made for my friend Mark - aka: "Gonzo". Straightforward pin-tail 9'-0" all around longboard that rides great in most all conditions.
This was an 8'-6" performance board I did with a rounded nose and tail. I kept it narrower (22.5") which was great for bigger waves, and the 4+1 fin set up gave it a lot of options.
This was a 10'-0" classic noserider. This board was ordered with a 2" balsa wood stringer, which gave it a ton of extra strength and really made it stand out. I loved making this board, as it embodied that nostalgic 60s era style, and rode like it too!
I shaped this to be an all-around funboard. The crescent tail has longer rails down the back, for better hold. The quad fin pattern allows for good side-to-side pivoting in combination with the crescent tail. It basically rides like a short board, with the volume of a funboard.
We can custom design a fin to match the type of board you want. Swept-back? D-Fin? Glassed-On? Get creative and design a board just for you.
This 10' noserider for Corey was kept simple and clean. Very little rocker and a classic shape made this a great board for catching smaller waves on summer days. Corey wanted an old-school look with no colors or graphics, a simple wood tail block, and a single fin box. We went with a T-Band stringer to give it a little more strength,
This was a 9'6" nose-rider made for Marcus. This board has 50/50 rails, a tail block made from walnut and birch with a matching wood fin. Marcus is from the old-school, and wanted simple rastafarian stripes and a classic look. A little less nose-rocker and a little more tail-rocker made this a great all-around log/nose rider.