San Clemente, CA
Since 2001, we've been sharing the stoke with one-of-a-kind, innovative surfboards, handmade by surfers in the USA. We have a healthy supply of surfcraft, surf accessories, apparel, and other fine goods at our showroom in San Clemente, ready to ship wherever you find yourself on this awesome planet.
Half Moon Bay, CA
Marc Andreini is a California shaper/surfer who started surfing in 1962 and shaped his first board at the age of 14. Respected for his talent and skills as a shaper, Andreini was influenced by such notables as Reynolds Yater and George Greenough.
Ashely LLoyd Surfboards
Santa Cruz, CA
Ashley's love for the ocean started at a young age in Malibu. A life evolved around riding California peelers has helped to foster her knowledge of a vast array of surfboard shapes. In 2002, while studying music in Santa Barbara, Ashley also began the craft of making surfboards.
Chemistry Surfboards was created in 2001 by Jason Bennett and Michael Baron. Focusing on custom shaping and preserving a culture of youth and progressive surfing, the two surrounded themselves with friends and industry-shaping heavyweights to create innovative designs.
A high performance, world class surfboard brand based in Sydney's Northern Beaches, Chilli Surfboards and founding owner James Cheal pride themselves in creating surf craft for the best surfers in the world while still offering performance options for everyone.
Burleigh Heads, AUS
DHD is the brand behind one of Australia and the worlds most renowned performance surfboard shapers, Darren Handley. DH works closely with some of the world's most elite professional surfers such as Mick Fanning and Stephanie Gilmore in order to refine his designs and help take their performance surfing to the next level.
Byron Bay, AUS
Emery Surfboards has established itself as a premier surf brand in the community, producing innovative designs and shapes. Head shaper, Alan Emery, has spent decades perfecting his craft with consultation and feedback from professional surfers such as Adam Melling.
Eye Symmetry Surfboards
Quality, innovation, performance, and design is what you get in every Eye Symmetry Surfboard. Founded in 2013 by Head Shaper Max Stewart in Manly, Australia, Eye Symmetry provide highly visual, aesthetic designs that have caught the attention of the surfing world.
For the last 20+ years, we've been dedicated to building durable, long-lasting, high performance boards using the best materials. We are committed to constant innovation to develop higher-performing designs and construction. We shape and glass in Ventura from start to finish, using materials and processes designed to lengthen the life of your boards.
Gary McNeill Concepts
Kirra, AU / Oceanside, CA
Gary McNeill, one of Australia’s finest shapers and Dave Rastovich’s board builder of choice started his journey in Wollongong, New South Wales. Growing up in a community of incredible shapers and surfers, Gary found his way into the shaping bay at the tender age of 12, experimenting with an old longboard.
El Segundo, CA
Haydenshapes Surfboards is an Australian performance surfboard. Brand founded by designer and entrepreneur Hayden Cox in 1996, sold worldwide. Haydenshapes most notable design is the Hypto Krypto model, and the brand is known for their use of parabolic carbon fibre frame surfboard technology FutureFlex also created and patented by Hayden Cox. The Haydenshapes core team of professional athletes include influential free surfer Craig Anderson and surfer Creed Mctaggart
Kris Hall Surfboards
Long Beach, CA
When Kris Hall first picked up a planer as a teenager, he thought he was just making himself a new surfboard. What he didn’t realize was that he was opening up a Pandora’s box of rockers, rails and templates that would quickly come to define his life.
Mark Richards Surfboards
Mark Richards Surfboards manufacture a wide range of surfboards for all skill levels, from beginner through to advanced surfers.
Regardless of your needs, I’m confident I can make you a board which will improve and increase your enjoyment of your surfing.
We cut no corners in the production of MR boards. We work on the principle of low output / high quality and we use only the finest materials available. Australian Burford blanks, and imported American resin and fibreglass.
Costa Mesa, CA
Panda Surfboards are known for their innovative and performance-based surfboard design. Drawing on both traditional surfboard design as well as modern inspiration, head shaper Blake Peters has spent years testing and refining his board models to create a range of boards that suit every mood.
Robert August Surfboards
Tamarindo, Costa Rica
An overview of great surfboard shapers and brands of our time would be incomplete without the mention of Robert August Surfboards.
With a rich history in the sport, Robert August started his line of surfboards and longboards in Huntington Beach, California in the 1970s and it has now grown to become one of the most trusted surfboard manufacturers to date.
San Diego, CA
Mention Rusty Surfboards and anyone that is a fan of surfing is bound to recognize this brand. Through the years, Rusty has moved to take its place among the best surfboard manufacturers not only in North America but also with recognition by surfers the world over.
Ryan Burch Surfboards
From surfing to shaping to creating his own clothing collection for Volcom, Ryan Burch has been a very busy man. He just got done touring the West Coast with Ozzie Wright for the Volcom Road Rager Surf Tour, which included a Ryan Burch Surfboard demo, and pumping out a bunch of fresh new Ryan Burch surfboards (learn about these below).
We are the real deal, from start to finish. no smoke, no mirrors, no slick marketing campaign...just foam dust, resin and salt water – that's what runs through my veins. it's all about making the best performing, highest quality surfboards possible.
San Clemente, CA
T. Patterson Surfboards was founded in 1980 by surfboard shaper Tim Patterson. The Patterson family has a long history in the surfing industry and Tim is the second generation surfboard builder from the Patterson family. His father, Ronald Patterson, and his uncles, Robert and Raymond Patterson, have been involved in the surf industry since its inception in the 1950’s
Santa Cruz, CA
Travis Reynolds was born in Santa Cruz Ca. in 1982. His parents are artists, his mother a painter/illustrator and his Dad, a photographer/architect. Travis was brought up with a creative outlook from day one. He started surfing down the street from his Mom’s house at Pleasure Point, in Santa Cruz at the age of 10.
Born in Morocco at the beginning of the 70s, from a surfer father, I keep my head full of memories from that time which certainly shape my vision of surfing and shape.
I can see the first Australian Vans who ventured onto the African continent, single fins, the first smells of wax, sessions where these pioneers faced with style still virgin waves such as Dar Bouazza or Anchor Point.
Lenox Head, AUS
Tomo is inspired to lead the next generation of performance surfboards by creating new design trends and elevating the surfing experience. With a dedicated formula cultivated with a passionate vision, scientific analysis and vigorous testing process, Tomo Surfboards are truly State of the Art.
Costa Mesa, CA
Troy's taste and style as a self-quoted fashionista has helped fuel the movement of what Chris Gentile of Pilgrim would call “The Surf Revivalists”. His main focus and career revolve around his label, Elmore Surfboards, but Troy is an expressive creator at heart.
Jon Wegener grew up, began surfing and shaping in Southern California. He has been shaping since 1987 and has dreamed of doing nothing else except surfing and shaping ever since. After his college years in San Diego, he returned to Hermosa Beach, CA and began to work on his passion full-time
Santa Barbara, CA
Reynolds ‘Renny’ Yater designed and built the Yater Spoon in Santa Barbara in 1964, a board that Mickey Dora dubbed as “bitchin’” the first time he rode it. Today, the board reigns as one of the lightest and most maneuverable boards of its era, marking it as a centerpiece in progressive surfboard design.