The “Harry” Channel Bottom Surfboard is a classic design from shaper Rich Pavel, at 6’1 it’s ideally suited to mid-sized surf and makes a good board to get back onto the water with if you haven’t paddled out in a few years. Deus Ex Machina was founded by guys who’ve been surfing since the ’70s…
The Ron Jon 7′ Quad Fish is one of those surfboard designs that’ll suit both a new surfer and the guy who used to surf but had to give it up due to things like fatherhood, career advancement or that first wife who just wouldn’t stop nagging.
The Groundsurf is a new innovation from 1135Garnet, believe it or not, it’s an electric skateboard with front wheel drive, a rear suspension/steering mechanism and a sensor that can detect you falling off and stop the power to the wheels.
This board by Deus Bali, dubbed the Paralesogram, shuns this traditional design ethos in favour of an asymmetrical design.
The Warp was designed by Channel Islands team rider and 1977 World Champ Shaun Tomson, he wanted a board for the guy who wants a high performance surfboard but still wants to get the most out of the average or less than average waves they often find themselves riding.
Ingmar Beer Surfboards are one of those small companies that produce truly unique products, in this case, hand-made wooden surfboards.
Deus are most famous for their motorcycle and clothing lines but what a lot of people don’t know is that they build some of the coolest retro surfboards available south of the equator.