Our buddy Cameron came down to the D33 Warehouse to shoot a couple boards we have here ready to go!
Last week, I met with team riders Kieran Anderson and Bernard Lambotte on a fun sized day of surf in Carlsbad to test out some of the newer boards in our lineup, The Biggie and the Keelfather.
Seaside sessions with Hunter on his new 5’3” EPS Cloud, and Kieran on his 5’6” Biggy!
The last round of Darkwood Series Ultimates lasted maybe three weeks before they marched out the door under the arms of grinning customers. Since then, we've come out with a few new series' of boards that have also sold incredibly well. But there was something about the Darkwood Series that struck us as simple and elegant. We circled back to our favorite longboard for another go at it to try out another batch of daring color combinations.
We're the only surfboard company that will let you trade your board back in for full value after you ride it, period. Most shops won't even give you credit for it. So what happens when we get a board traded back in for something else?
Surfboard art has been around since the foam blank was launched for full scale production at the turn of the 60's. The wooden boards before that had their own aura and beauty about them. As surfboards became more and more personalized and customized by their owners, board builders began to add an artistic approach to their boards, hiring artists and skilled glassers to paint and tint their boards.
Back in 2014 we launched our second noserider model with some solid fanfare. The Ladle stayed pretty low key, quietly fitting in with the rest of the longboards in our showroom racks. 2017 brought our noserider concept back to the shaping bay for something that would pay respect to the heritage of the classic noserider and put it in the limelight where it belongs.