Con Surfboards Wave Killer Model

Greetings, Shredderz! Today we’ve got a, well, killer board for you: a Con Surfboards Wave Killer model twin fin. Wave Killer is the nickname for former Los Angeles pro Allen Sarlo, who is known for his power surfing. Sarlo was a Con Surfboards team rider. I’ve also seen some old ads that feature…

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Rare Channel Islands Custom Logo Seventies Single Fin

Greetings, Shredderz! Today we’ve got a rare vintage stick courtesy of a reader named Adam. Adam is the bassist in a band named Iration. You can check out Iration’s music here, and you can also follow Adam on Instagram. The board featured here is a Seventies Channel Islands Surfboards single fin, shaped by…

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Impeccable O’Neill Morning Star Model

Greetings, Shredderz! Today we’ve got a stunning Transition Era board for you. Pictured here is a Transition Era O’Neill Morning Star model that was recently listed for sale on eBay. You can find the original eBay listing here, which has more photos and a full description of the board. Sadly, the board is…

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Energy Surfboards Simon Anderson Thruster

Greetings, Shredderz! Today we’ve got a special surfboard for you. Featured here is an early Energy Surfboards thruster. Simon Anderson invented the tri fin thruster design in late 1980. It was his victory at Bells Beach in 1981 that announced the arrival of the thruster, which has remained a staple of high performance…

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Custom Steve Lis Fish

Greetings, Shredderz! Today’s post is short but sweet. All we have for you are some pics of a gorgeous, modern Steve Lis fish. Lis is widely created with creating the famous design, which is as popular as ever today. According to the Encyclopedia of Surfing, the Steve Lis fish dates back to 1967….

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Steve Lis Fish

T&C Surf Designs Eighties Duo

Greetings, Shredderz! Today we’ve got not one but two Eighties T&C Surf Designs surfboards that are currently for sale. Both boards have the outrageous fluoro sprays you’d expect from an Eighties Town & Country board. Both boards are being offered by the same seller. If you’re interested in purchasing the boards, you can…

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T&C Surf Designs

Eighties Stussy for John Gothard

Greetings, Shredderz! Today I’m stoked to give you a closer look at a very special surfboard. Featured here is a Eighties Shawn Stussy surfboard that was shaped for pro surfer and former Stussy team rider John Gothard. John was kind enough to send me the photos you see in this post. Give him…

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Shawn Stussy Russell Surfboards Single Fin

Greetings, Shredderz! Today we’re coming at you with a quick hit straight from my modest collection of sticks. Pictured here is a Shawn Stussy Russell Surfboards single fin I own that was likely shaped in the late Seventies. You can click the photos below for a close up. The Shawn Stussy Russell Surfboards…

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Vintage G&S Kneeboard

Greetings, Shredderz! Today we’ve got a short post about a short board, but hopefully you won’t hold that against either of us. There’s currently a very cool Gordon & Smith twin fin kneeboard that’s for sale on eBay. You can find a link to the eBay listing here. I usually make a point…

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Morey-Pope McTavish Tracker

Greetings, Shredderz! Today I’m delighted to bring you an absolute classic featuring a classic shape from Morey-Pope Surfboards. Morey-Pope, the namesake of its founders Tom Morey and Karl Pope, is to me one of the most fascinating labels in surfboard history. The list of Tom Morey’s inventions is too long and interesting to…

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