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Vintage Zephyr Jeff Ho Surfboard

Greetings, Shredderz! As some of you may know by now, there are few things I appreciate more than 70s single fins with some real history to them. Seventies surfboard labels don’t get any more storied than legendary Zephyr Surfboards. Despite playing a critical role in the development of Southern California surf and skate…

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Z-Boy Original: Zephyr Surfboards

I’ve been meaning to do a longer feature on Zephyr Surfboards, the famed Los Angeles surf shop that later became ground zero for Venice Beach’s surf and skate scene, as immortalized in the Stacey Peralta documentary “Dogtown and Z-Boys.” In the meantime, though, a pretty fantastic example of a genuine Jeff Ho board has come…

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Wave Killer Kills Again

Oh baby! We’ve got a Shred Sledz exclusive here, straight from the archives of Malibu legend Allen Sarlo. When I wrote my previous post about a Con Surfboards Wave Killer board I had spotted in Texas, I reached out to Sarlo for some more info. He was kind enough to send me these…

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