We’ve got plenty of button up shirts in stock! Just in time for Easter weekend!
April 21, 2011
Check out the recent profile Solspot did on us earlier this week! Also, browse their abundant supply of wave forecasts, beach cams, bouy information, weather, surf news and much more!
April 20, 2011
The warm weather of Spring & Summer is upon us and we want to party! The Delve Fest is a celebration celebrating all things that put a smile on our face!
THERE WILL BE:
LIVE MUSIC! By The Wildlife Refugees!
LIVE SCREENPRINTING! By Delve Clothing!
LIVE SURFBOARD SHAPING! By Foam E-Z!
ORIGINAL ARTWORK! By Shane Bowman, Ryan Bryant and Ryan Callis!
VINTAGE SURFBOARDS! By Harbour Surfboards!
*FREE BURGERS ‘N BEER courtesy of Todd Saunders and the Harbour Owner’s Society!!!
*A VALID ID IS REQUIRED AT THE DOOR FOR ALL PERSONS DRINKING. SORRY GROMS!
The Canvas Shop
702 Marina Drive
Seal Beach, CA. 90740
Saturday, April 23rd @ 7:00 pm!
ONE can of food that will be donated to Long Beach Rescue Mission!
So come and absorb yourself in the local surf, music and art scene that is so abundant in the southern california area. You’ll be in for quite a surprise!
April 17, 2011
This 10’0″ Noserider has got a blue resin tint on the bottom, an abstract paint job in the nose concave and a couple pinlines making this definite showroom quality! This one will certainly turn heads!
Summer is almost here which means warm weather, warm water, south swells and relatively small waves…but that’s ok! The Noserider is a cruiser! It’s perfect for those days you wanna get to the nose and the waves are under shoulder high. A pretty good sized nose concave and a soft 50/50 ’60s type rail makes this Noserider a true log. If you’re looking to ride what they rode back in the day, the Noserider is your board! This is my personal favorite in our line up! -Jake
(web description) The Nose Rider is superb at what its name implies. With one of the more exaggerated concaves ever built, this board will simplify getting tip time like never before. But that is just the beginning because it catches waves quite well, and it turns quite easily. This is your “take to the beach on an average day board” because surfing is supposed to be fun.
Call us at (562) 430-5614 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org ATTN Jake if you’re interested. Reference board#29913. Retail: $1085.00.
This is a 9’6″ Banana that has a 1″ Cedar stringer, a blue resin tint top & bottom, two black pinlines and a black band to give it a classic feel! There’s a “50th Anniversary” laminate on the bottom which we only put on the boards for 2009! I can’t believe this one is still sitting on the rack!
The Banana is our all-around good time model. You can’t go wrong with this one. It’s our highest performing cruiser model in the line up. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned vet, the Banana will surely generate smiles for miles!
(web description)The original Banana model was designed in 1963 – it was yellow and just happened to look like a giant banana in the surf. It was unique in that it had significantly more rocker than the typical surfboard built during this era and may have been the first board designed with real rocker. Since then it has gone through many modifications and decades later the Banana model remains as the anchor of our surfboard line. It is the universal surfboard with few limitations. This model remains the best choice for the surfer needing some floatation and paddling ease without sacrifice in maneuverability. The Banana Model is a must have!
For 2009 we increased the nose width 1/8”, giving more stability. We digitally corrected the rocker. The corners of the tail block have been slightly rounded making it more forgiving, and because the softening is less than the typical squash, the drive has not been sacrificed. The Banana is now the closest to High Performance we have in our Cruiser line.
If you’re interested, give us a call at (562) 430-5614 or email us at email@example.com ATTN: Jake. Reference board#29673. Retail: $1235.00.
April 14, 2011
Summer is just around the corner in case you haven’t noticed and the days of more foam=more fun are back! The sun is out, the skies are clear, and the water is warm which all makes for a good time IF you have the right board.
If you typically ride a shortboard, try taking a fish for a spin…you’ll be amazed at what they can do! If you’ve been riding a high performance longboard with a 2+1 fin set up…try grabbin’ an old log and get your trim on…you’ll be pleasantly surprised what you can get out of riding the ancient equipment that they rode back in the ’60s.
Whatever it is you’ll be doing this summer, make sure those flotation devices are “properly inflated”. Feel free to give us a call (562) 430-5614 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org anytime and our knowledgeable staff will be more than happy to answer any of your board-design questions!