Longboards can be great, their length, width, and thickness make them easy to paddle and catch waves as well as get up on. However anyone who has owned a longboard knows what a pain in the ass they can be. All that foam and fiberglass make them heavy and hard to carry. Just getting your longboard to the beach means you need to have surf racks because they won’t fit in your car. Since the average ceiling is 8’0” tall, any longboard bigger than that can be extremely difficult to store. The truth is you can get all the benefits…
Every Day is a Good Day… Paragon Surfboards was glad to donate a Paragon Classic Woody Noserider to the Duane Clinkscales Memorial Foundation Golf Classic, at the Tustin Ranch Golf Club. Duane Cinkscales was born with Cystic Fibrosis. He knew as a child that he would not live a long life. A person diagnosed today with CF is unlikely to reach the age of 40. When Dunae was diagnosed, the average life expectancy was 10 years. Dunae lived to be 44. Even with the knowledge that his life would be short, Duane knew how to live. You may have heard…
South side Seal Beach is a very fickle wave. Many factors have to come together to get it good. Below are some pictures of some really fun days.
Watch this excellent video below, explaining how shaping machines work.
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Growing up on the peninsula gave me an opportunity to constantly check the Long Beach surf. If there was anything rideable, I was on it, however those days were extremely rare. Here are a couple pictures of the better days over the past 20 years. SINK THE BREAKWATER!