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!
The day started off very cold with scattered showers. The combo swell was here, but the morning sickness made the am session a quick one. The sun eventually came out, which turned everyone’s attention to the keg, BBQ and volleyball. The combo swell continued to fill in and to everyone’s surprise the wind laid down completely. For those of us who were in a condition to paddle out scored Newport about as good as it gets!
We wanted to thank all of you that came out to our Paragon Surfboards Demo Day in Huntington Beach. We were lucky enough to have head-high waves and glassy conditions. Attached are a few photos of some of you guys tearing it up on one of our new models (Weed Wacker).
It seems like it was just yesterday when the majority of surfboards were hand-shaped. And while it’s still possible to get a hand-shaped board from your local backyard shaper, the majority of today’s top shapers utilize digital shaping systems. The reason for this is that digital shaping systems provide improved accuracy, consistency, and flexibility. At Paragon Surfboards, we have embraced the future of surfboard design through our digital shaping system. We use computer aided design (CAD) software that provides us the flexibility to alter a variety of factors (e.g. outline, dimensions, rocker, concave, fin placement, etc.). Through this process we…