red single fin

The Red Single Fin

This was the second board I shaped from the two recycled EPS foam blanks from MarkFoam. Dimensions: 6’4″ x 20.25″ x 2.85″Fin: 6.25″ single, 50/50 foil, wood, moderate rake This red single fin was inspired by some of the classic Hawaiian shapes and some of Gerry Lopez’s surfboard designs. I wanted a single like this …

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fiberglass skateboard

The Fiberglass Skateboard

Here’s an example of salvaging mistakes and eliminate something that would have otherwise been totally wasted. I was laying up a panel of fiberglass to make fin bases. This was an iteration of one of the earlier fin making methods I experimented with. Spoiler alert: it wasn’t a good one. I was using a large, …

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wave arcade product display

Wave Arcade Fins & Such Available at Culture Brewing – Encinitas

I’m happy to announce that you can find your favorite Wave Arcade products at Culture Brewing Marketplace in Encinitas, CA at 633 South Coast Highway 101. Definitely open Saturdays and Sundays 12-5, but also open other days too. There you’ll find a selection of handcrafted, wood fins (hemp glassed and no-glassed), t-shirts, koozies, wax combs, …

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big wave surf spots

Big Wave Surf Spots

Big wave surfing is a class of its own. Consequences are high, risk is huge, and the reward is something else entirely. Big wave surfing can be classified as either tow-in or paddle surfing waves that are 20 feet and larger. Where are the Biggest Waves in the World? Big waves typically occur when the …

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Surf Museums

Here is a list of some surf museums to check out around the United States. California Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum Location: 411 Olive Ave, Huntington Beach, California Hours: 12 pm to 5 pm Cost: Free Phone: (714) 465-4350 Website: Outdoor Surfboard Exhibit Location: Palm Ave between Seacoast Drive & 3rd Street, Imperial Beach, …

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