Lets say you recently purchased a surfboard or maybe you’ve been surfing for a little while but you just go, regardless of what the waves look like. A tool that can immediately affect the quality of your experience is knowing what factors play into wave conditions.
Longboards are the catch-all board for young and old, new and experienced. Some of the salty loggers you see at your local point break have never put anything shorter than 9'0" under their feet. There's a perfectly good reason for that; their motto is "no wave left behind."
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.
What's delightfully ironic about his stature, often thought a hinderance, is that every day Ryan paddles out, it's head high. When it's head high for us, it's standup double overhead barrels for him. What.. a.. life!...
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?