Board of the Week

Board of the Week

Here is a new weekly feature we like to call "Board of the Week". In it, we will feature either a new or used surfboard that we have in stock and highlight other cool items that would be great with it. All of the items will be currently in stock and available to purchase. Stop by and check them out or give us a call if you have any questions or would like more information!

1. Motion of the Ocean, 6'0 Single Fin $400 (used once or twice)

2. Channel Islands, 6' Dane Reynolds Leash $26

3. Dakine, Interval Wet/Dry Pack $80

4. Nixon, Outsider Tide $175

5. FCS, 6'3 Dayrunner Fish/Funboard Boardbag $93

6. Captain Fin Company, 6.5" Slasher Fin $64

7. Xcel, 5/4 Infiniti X-Zip2 $360

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