To celebrate our 50th anniversary, Harbour Surfboards is having a special surfboard sale! Starting February 1st, take $100 off ALL custom and in-stock surfboards. This is for a limited time so take advantage of this special event!
January 31, 2009
January 24, 2009
John Gunnin and I got a few fun small waves at ‘Mullet Reef’ last week. The weather was great, the tide was right and the afternoon lighting was moody. John’s 9-4 diamondtail was working real well for him, that board is just a blade, for a stand up board that is, and JG can really push it around. Here he is trimming thru the inside section at Mullet Reef…. (all photos: Elva De Jarnett)
The visibility was pretty remarkable as you can see in this next shot, and the telephoto was bringing all the shipping traffic between Seal and Avalon into the photo-frame. Here I am Irish step dancing on a small one.
I really love the yellow 9-10 wing pin SUP you built for me, a very forgiving, versatile board indeed. I am also love NOT wearing rubber in the winter. I find being out of the water really makes a difference and that as long as the air is comfortable, I can trunk it right through winter. Any how, here are a few more pics from the same sessions….
More to come – as always
keep it moist,
January 16, 2009
Harbour Surfboards will be representing this Saturday the 17th at Seal Beach’s annual surf contest. Entry forms are available at the Seal Beach Lifeguard Headquarters. Hope to see you there!
A bit of press for Harbour Surfboards on Surfline! We are Surfline’s first featured shop in their new series “Surf Shop Profiles” Click to see photos and read the article
January 10, 2009
January 7, 2009
I’ve had a bad cold and been out since Sat. I dragged myself down to the shop, because these must get moving along.
Today the pieces were too large to take time to take pictures while actually assembling, but the process has already been established.
I added 2 more balsa pieces and the 2 half T-Bands. They are half because one side is redwood facing balsa and the other side is basswood facing (yet to be assembled) Curly Redwood.