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Channel Islands Surfboards

Channel Islands Surfboards by Al Merrick
Al Merrick and his line of surfboards have been around since 1969 making it one of the oldest surfboard manufacturers.


Firewire Surfboards

Firewire Surfboards by Nev Hyman
Headed by shaper Nev Hyman, Firewire surfboards has become one of the largest surfboard manufacturers in Australia and the world.


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Harbour Surfboards by Rich Harbour
Rich Harbour essential started Harbour Surfboards in 1959 when his longboard was stolen out of his parent’s garage.

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JS Surfboards by Jason Stephenson
JS Surfboards was started by Australia shaper Jason Stephenson and have grown to become one of the most influential surfboard manufacturers.


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Lost Surfboards by Matt Biolos
Lost began in 1985 when Matt Biolos and a bunch of school friends were into snowboarding at Mt. Baldy, skateboarding at the Pipeline in Upland, and surfing in Dana Point.


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NSP Surfboards
NSP surfboards are a line of durable and versatile epoxy surfboards ideal for beginners.



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Rusty Surfboards by Rusty Preisendorfer
Before 1984, no one had ever seen or heard of the “R-dot”—though they probably should have.


Hobie Surfboards


Hobie Surfboards by Hobart Alter
Hobart Alter started Hobie Surfboards from his dad’s garage in 1950.



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Robert August Surfboards by Robert August
The famous Endless Summer star, Robert August, started his surfboard and longboard line in 1974 in Fullerton, California and then found its home in Huntington Beach.


Bill Stewart Surfboards Stewart Surfboards by Bill Stewart
Stewart surfboards are designed and shaped by the inventor of the 2+1 fin configurations and Hydro Hull beveled rail, the father of the modern longboard Bill Stewart.


Surftech Surfboards Surftech Surfboards by Randy French
Surftech surfboards are high performance epoxy surfboards that have truly change the way surfboards are shaped and what is possible with surfboard design today.

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