Making wooden surfboards and the skills that the craft imparts is core to being human and that’s one of the reasons it keeps us coming back for more.
Making a hollow wooden surfboard is a labour intensive and old-fashioned way to make a surfboard. So why would anyone want to make one?
Imagine working with a beautiful natural material, using your hands to craft and shape a surfboard, channeling your creativity into every stroke, and witnessing a lasting work of art come to life.
Here’s a story about one man’s mission to take wooden surfboards to remote parts of Africa and teach kids to make and surf their own rides.
Step-by-step in the making of a 9′.8″ hollow wooden longboard.
Here’s a perfect board for riding on the back of waves like royalty.
A new one-day workshop takes you through the shaping and final finishing of your wooden surfboard.
Give the gift of craft. Buy a gift card for your loved one or surfing buddy and they can join a workshop where they make their own beautiful wooden surfboard.
In this special offer, you’ll also get a free t-shirt with your order.
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