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Dewey Weber Iggy Model

Greetings, Shredderz! Today we’ve got a quick hit for you, featuring an example of the famous Dewey Weber Iggy Model. The Iggy Model is the namesake of Harold “Iggy” Ige. Ige was a team rider and the head shaper at Dewey Weber for years, and he helped design some of the brand’s most…

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The Surfboard Shaping Company by Harold “Iggy” Ige

Greetings, Shredderz! Today we’re featuring two quick surfboards shaped by Hawaiian legend Harold “Iggy” Ige. Ige was born in Hawaii in 1941, and spent time in both California and his native Hawaii shaping for some of the best known names in the business. Ige worked for both Greg Noll and Dewey Weber when…

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Dewey Weber SKI (Synthetic Kinetic Instinct)

Some would say that the late 1960s and the early 1970s were the awkward teenage years of surfboard design. During this time, known as the Transition Era, surfboard shapers were figuring out how to gracefully pivot from longboards made for noseriding, into the shorter, more high performance shapes that we take for granted…

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S.K.I. (Synthetic Kinetic Instinct)

Some would say that the late 1960s and the early 1970s were the awkward teenage years of surfboard design. During this time, known as the Transition Era, surfboard shapers were figuring out how to gracefully pivot from longboards made for noseriding, into the shorter, more high performance shapes that we take for granted…

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