A new mid-length model developed while working out a custom shape. Ridden 7'6" to 8'6", the Continental is all trim and glide. It can be set up as a 2 + 1 or singlefin option and features a unique blend of bottom contours for lift and maneuverability. Foiling on the deck side lends to moderately bladed 70/30 rails.
Very interesting boards to shape. The combination of bottom contouring and foil lead to amazing glide, sensitivity, and maneuverability for a board of this size.
Triple stringer setup with 1" balsa center stringer and cedar side stringers. Subtle combination of bottom countouring and foil lead to amazing glide and sensitivity for a board of this size.
Custom Order, Resin Tint, Gloss, Polish, Glass-on Twin Wood Keels from Nine Lights...
Custom Order, Resin Tint, Sanded Gloss, 2 + 1 Fin Setup
Single-fin. Currently residing overseas.
80s inspired one-off custom I shaped with a close friend. He rips it.
Cream Yellow Tint with Gloss and Polish. Single Box
Yellow-gold tint, gloss, polish, with deck patch
Resin Tint Gloss and Polish
Smoky Pink Resin Tint Sanded Gloss Finish
Double stringer, 2 + 1 with handfoilded side bites...fun as hell
This little summer shape is based off the mini-simmons platform, but with more curvature in the rail line, nose, and tail than a traditional simmons. As such, it is a more approachable option for someone looking to cash in on the ridiculous fun of a simmons, while maintaining greater control in turns and backside surfing. Soft down rails and a blended single concave add sensitivity and lift to the equation. I've been riding one of these lately, and they work great in all sorts of conditions. I've been pleasantly surprised with how it holds in turns, or slides if you want it too; a great option for making sense of variable surf conditions.
I started this one with a traditional fish outline (ala San Diego) then pulled the wide point back towards center and pulled the tail a bit creating a more maneuverable profile for daily use in a range of conditions.
Fun as hell!!! The Landshark is a hybrid, drawing influence from both the fish and mini-simmons lineages. It paddles and catches waves like a champ with lively down the line speed and a skatey feel. It features a quad fin setup for holding power in turns and more forgiving backside surfing.
...A one-off custom currently residing in Ventucky
...a one-off custom...I hear it goes well