what’s with Vintage Surfboards these days?
yeah, they’re retrospectively cool when hanging on walls in salty old gentlemen’s garages. Gerry Lopez, Mark Richards or even Rasta without one under their arm deems them pretty much unrecognizable.
they are works of art, flirting with our eyes and hands through amazing design features hailing from a lavish school of our forebears shaping methodologies. And what’s more, they accidentally evoke the modern return to a brazenly re-populating culture of surf when held under the arm of professionals in this sport that was once so radically anti-establishment.
but really and truly, for us normal folk, vintage surfboards are at their best when felt below us, our two feet planted into the wax on their timeless deck as they draw their old lines through the salty abyss of a moving wave.
Surfed. That’s what Vintage Surfboards deserve to be. That’s all.
So come borrow one of us. It’s a different way to slide. And it ain’t as expensive as procuring a brand spanker. After all, pre-loved is the new black. or grey. whatever.