Classic surfboards have the traditional egg, or 50/50 rail design and a slight roll to the bottom. They have a very smooth ride, with emphasis on the nose. Intermediate to pro ability. All classics come with 6/6 deck and 6 bottom.

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66 Banana

This is a replica of a 1966 Banana Model. It is a surfboard for the surfer wishing to experience the feel of one of the masterpieces of the sixties. Glide and drive are superb, while the flat rocker that we had then may give the less competent some issues. This board will make you learn […]

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Designed in the 80’s using all of the knowledge gained through the longboard years of the 60’s, this board has the glide that was so important, and a turn that rivals the best design from that era. This is a great board for someone who wants the best of everything from those golden years.

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Tim Stamps was given the challenge to design us the ultimate super cruiser! Modeled after the 1960’s traditional longboards with a tail that measures 16 1/2″, a thickness of 3 3/8, 23″ wide and of course a 19″ nose. The Nineteen is a wide stable cruisin’ nose rider. Complete with 50/50 rails, a blended flow […]

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The Nose Rider is superb at what its name implies. With one of the more exaggerated concaves ever built, this board will simplify getting tip time like never before. But that is just the beginning because it catches waves quite well, and it turns quite easily. This is your “take to the beach on an […]

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The TS Shape

The original Trestle Special was developed in 1964 to surf Trestles; one of the premier breaks on the California coast.  After Clark Foam closed in late 2005, I was left with 8 Trestle Special blanks.  I decided to put the remaining 8 Trestle Special blanks on Ebay for $3,000 each, numbered 1 of 8, 2 […]

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