Surfboards

Shortboard

Quick and playful, our shortboards are built with fun in mind. From single fins to thrusters and everything in between there’ll be a board for you. Whilst our team is predominantly made up of loggers, they all ride shorter boards when conditions dictate, from barrels in Ireland to rip bowls in Maroochydore, our range has been developed in a diverse range of conditions.

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Cinnamon Girl

Our longboards are designed to feel alive, whether you want to noseride, flow through turns and dropknees or simply trim. A combination of traditional outlines and modern rockers and bottom contours work together to inject life into our longboards. Custom blanks, resin tints and gloss and polish finishes combine to give them beauty.

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Mid-Length

Get in early to bigger waves or maintain flow on smaller waves. Midlengths are a versatile addition to any quiver, if you normally ride longboards then you’ll love the manoeuvrability of a smaller board whilst retaining some of the paddle power of a bigger board. If you normally ride shortboards, smaller days will be transformed from frustrating grovels to dynamic sessions packed with glide.

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Electric Lady

Noseriding is the ultimate form of longboard riding, highly complex and beautifully simple at the same time. Developed at the reeling point breaks of Noosa Heads, the Electric Lady has a defined concave in the nose merging into foiled roll through the tail. It is designed to be ridden in the pocket and once there provides terrific lift and hold to extend noserides for as long as possible. While it thrives on the regularity of point break waves it is equally at home on shifting beach breaks. The rolled bottom allows deft manoeuvrability and the ability to react to and reach the elusive pocket of beach breaks. It is a noserider that provides a stable platform in the energy of the pocket but also fizzles with electric energy on the open face.

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Experimental

In the early stages of surfboard design and building there were many concept surfboards, it was a fledgling industry and that level of innovation was vital to the progression of the sport. The more production came into the surfboard industry, the more concept surfboards were lost as they weren’t profitable. We don’t think this is all that fun so we continue to build them, to experiment, get things wrong, get things right and hopefully add a tiny bit of progression and innovation to the art.

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