Surf + Design

Personal project blending industrial design with my passion for surfing. Three boards were designed based off of specific beach breaks. Design, brand and build.



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Designed for County Line.


The Subsonic is best ridden on small to medium county days. Designed for speed, pumping, and flying down those lines. Days when you take what you get and create something from it. Ridden short with a wider nose and lots of volume to increase paddle power to help get into any wave. Tighter tail to improve with the turning radius. Loose drive and flow. Excellent for generating speed in mushy conditions. Super fast twin fin channeling water through a flat to single concave.

Fast, Loose, and Fun. 



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Designed for Point Dume.


Entropy performs best in larger point breaks. Ridden a few inches taller to help get into those large rolling sets early. The single fin provides an excellent hold on those heavy rights, while the four angled side bites help lift the board out of the water allowing you to fly down the line with stability and control.  Shaped with a single concave that enters a deep double concave spitting out through the four side bite channels.

Control, speed, and flow.

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Shore One

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Designed for Staircase Beach.


Shore One is a Mid-length board that allows you to have fun on small to medium days. Super easy board to ride with extra volume in the nose and chest area making it effortless to paddle. Designed with a pintail and a slight single to vee bottom contour for responsive bottom turns and cutbacks. The single fin creates a cruisy feel with stability and control when you need it. The Shore One is the summer board you take out when you're dying to get in the water.

Long waves, balanced, and control.