Ever wondered where to score free camping in CA? Or maybe how to make your own handplane for less than $20? If these are the questions that swirl around in your head, then you’ve got to check out YonderStoke.com The crew at Yonder Stoke recently took one of our retro noseriders for a spin along the points of LA/Ventura County. Check out the full review by clicking on the link below! Link: Retro Noserider Review

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The The Surf Channel recently published an awesome article on The Top 10 Bikinis of 2015. We were pleased to see that a few of our boards were thrown in the mix. Check out the full video below!

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Our tickets were already paid for before the scaffolding made it’s first appearance on the sand of South-side Huntington Beach. Over 500,000 people flock to participate in the excitement of Huntington Beach’s US Open of Surfing. Waist high surf, hyperactive groms and clueless tourists made the decision to travel as far away as possible an easy one. A very active Southeast Pacific attracts us back to our favorite spots in Central America. We went for the solid swell, 82 degree water, off shore winds, small crowds, empty point breaks; and it turned out to be much better than expected.

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The Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee announced eight events to be considered for inclusion at the Games of the XXXII Olympiad (Tokyo 2020). While chess, tug of war, and Frisbee, among others, didn’t make the cut, surfing finally did. This decision comes after two decades of proposals of adding surfing to the Olympics. Proponents of adding surfing to the Olympics point to the multi billion-dollar dollar global surfing industry, with an estimated 35 million people riding waves around the world. They argue surfing has plunged into mainstream society all over the globe. Why not give the thousands of talented young surfers…

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We are excited to announce that we are expanding throughout CA. If you are interested in becoming a dealer, shoot us an email (info@paragonsurfboards.com) for additional information.

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Summer 2015 is in full swing. Hurricane swells and warm water continue to bless us. We just added a few new summer inspired colors to our Mini Simmons and Mini-Log models. These boards are a perfect summertime addition to any quiver. Mini Simmons– Inspired by Bob Simmons’ revolutionary design of the 1950’s, the Paragon Mini Simmons embraces many of the design elements that have made this shape so popular. The front third of the board is very flat (speed), while the rest of the board transitions from a single to double concave with vee out the tail (loose). The rails…

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Hey everyone, we hope you scored fun waves over the holiday weekend. We had a mini demo day with our Hobgoblin model and we are selling these demo boards at a deeply discounted price. We have 2 in 5’8’, 1 in 5’10” and 2 in 6’0”. All are in near perfect condition with no dings. Each board comes with free fins. Click here to check these out these demo boards.

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Austin Texas is getting a wave park and not just any wave park, a Wavegarden. It will be the first public one of its kind in the United States and is scheduled to open in 2016. The Wavegarden wave park will have 11 surfing areas featuring 1, 4 and 6 foot waves with each one lasting up to 35 seconds. The Wavegarden will be the size of nine football fields and will only require rainwater to run. The 160-acre site is located just outside the city near the Austin–Bergstrom International Airport. We hope this Wavegarden wave park turns out to…

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Every Day is a Good Day… Paragon Surfboards was honored to give back by donating a Paragon Mini Simmons surfboard to the 7th Annual Duane Clinkscales Memorial Foundation Golf Classic. This charity event was held at the beautiful Oak Creek Golf Club in Irvine, CA. 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 Duane was diagnosed, the average life expectancy was 10 years. Duane lived to be 44. Even with the knowledge that…

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We recently snuck in a quick trip to Nicaragua. The waves were insane, but unfortunately we only snapped a few pics because everyone was too pumped to be the cameraman. Here are a handful of highlights from our trip. Enjoy!

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