Category: Boards in Action
To surf, or not to surf, that is the question! Actually, it’s never the question when you have a Mini Simmons under your arm. Watch the video here!
We snuck off to Mexico again and had a blast. Here are some highlights of our quick trip across the border!
We’ve been tweaking our Mini Simmons design to make it even more versatile. Even in junky conditions, the Mini Simmons flies!
We recently returned from our first trip to El Salvador and we couldn’t be more stoked. The waves were pumping and the local people were incredible. Below are some highlights…enjoy!
With an active North Pacific and beautiful fall conditions, we knew it was time to head south of the border. Below are a few highlights from this weekend’s Mex Mission. Enjoy!
We’re pumped to announce our new 9’0 Creamsicle Noserider. Below are a few photos of us testing it out this past weekend. For more details, click here!
We’re two weeks into fall and we’ve already experienced a series of combo swells, light winds, and glassy conditions. Here are a few pics of some fun ones that we caught last weekend. Enjoy!
We recently scored some fun waves at Leo Carrillo. What follows is a clip of some of our favorite boards in action. Enjoy!
We’re excited to announce our SUP Super Sale! For the next two weeks (5/2 – 5/17), all SUP’s will be marked down by $150. SUP’s will be available for purchase via local pick-up (Huntington Beach) or through your local dealer. Unfortunately we won’t be shipping any SUP’s. We’ll see you in the water!
We are regularly asked what type of board we recommend for a beginner: Longboard or a Mini-Log? Longboards (9’0” and above) are great because their length, width, and thickness make them easy to paddle and catch waves. Yet longboards can create hidden problems. All the extra foam and fiberglass can make them heavy and difficult to carry. Just getting your longboard to the beach may require you to use surf racks because the longboard may not fit in your car. Since the average household ceiling is 8’0” tall, any longboard taller than 8’0” can be difficult to store. Smaller longboards…