These surfboards pack electric engines that push out a jet of water, allowing surfers to negotiate rivers, channels, lakes and other still bodies of water without the need for waves. The Carver is for fast action, while the Manta is for cruising.
In 2012, Ryan “Hippo” Hipwood was nearly killed by this fierce and unpredictable wave off the coast of Australia, but that didn’t stop him from coming back to face it once again. While Ryan persevered, we’re not so sure about the JetSki.
See if you’re beach-ready with this neat surfboard-shaped mirror. It also has three storage shelves on the back for storing your surf wax and suntan lotion. It’s made of pine and measures 16.25″w x 10.5″d x 56.25″h.
A short film about the work of Tim Stamps, a surfboard shaper based in Huntington Beach. His soft voice and relaxed demeanor can’t mask his attention to detail and passion for his craft.
Designed by Clinton Underwood, these handmade cedar and oak beach chairs are created in the likeness of surfboards, and fold flat for easy carrying. Just don’t try and ride a wave with one.