Check out this video on how we take extra care when boxing up your surfboards. Just like you, we want your surfboard to arrive on time and without damage. For this we have hired the best box and packers in the industry!
With the summertime doldrums upon us here on the East Coast of Florida, it’s more important now than ever to be dialed-in with your equipment and surfboard design. Having a basic knowledge of board design and its effect on your ride can make or break a session during a summertime flat spell. This week we’re focusing on an integral component of a surfboard’s overall design: tail shape.
Patagonia’s mission statement is simple yet bold: to “build the best products, cause no unnecessary harm, [and] use business to inspire and implement solutions to the environmental crisis.” The effects of climate change are great and cannot be understated.
This is why 20-year-old Brian Guadango created Raw Elements, a certified natural sun care brand. Raw Elements uses sustainable, recycled, non-nano, uncoated Zinc Oxide as the sole active ingredient in their products. This broad spectrum protection sunscreen is reef safe, biodegradable, safe for all ages, is water resistant and boy, gluten and nut free. All ingredients including organic sunflower oil, organic green tea, organic black tea, organic hemp seed oil and more are USDA certified, and are Leaping Bunny cruelty-free certified.
We’ve all had that board that was “the one”. A board that was a magic shred stick that felt like an extension of our bodies from the moment we paddled into a wave. Sure, some boards do just feel like they’ve been shaped by the gods, but some basic knowledge of surfboard construction and design can help you find that “magic” board time and time again. This week we’re focusing on different rail shapes and how these affect your ride.
When Byrd Hair was first created by Chase “Big Bird” Wilson back in 2012, he sourced inspiration from his great grandfather’s hair tonic and barber’s shop located in the Storied Metropol Hotel Fargo, North Dakota. A professional surfer and California Native, Wilson sought out to revive the class and flair of the “gentleman surfer” from 1960’s surf culture through the creation of his own modern pomade.