End of Summer Surfboard Sacrifice Sale

End of Summer Surfboard Sacrifice Sale

If you have been thinking about buying a new Longboard for next month's contest, or eyeing a new Egg, Fish, or Small Wave Shortboard, now is the time! We are running a End of Summer "Summer Surfboard" Sacrifice Sale starting today and going till the first big swell of Fall. Have you heard of sacrificing a surfboard to the Wave Gods to bring swell? Well, we are sacrificing our profits on these boards in hopes it brings waves! Get $100 off the list price of the following boards PLUS a free leash and wax! Click on the links to view photos and get a description of each board, or call us at the shop for all the details. Pray for surf.......


Robert August Girls Longboard 7'2 $825 now $725

Bing Lightweight Pintail 9'0 x 22 1/2"x 3 $995 now $895

Robert August Wingnut II 9'0 $1,000 now $900

Almond Surfboards Lumberjack 9’2 $1150 now $1,050

Almond Surfboards Surf Thump 9’4 $1150 now $1,050 SOLD!!


Bing Dharma 5'10 x 21.75"x 2.50" $695 now $595

Bing Swee 'Pea 6'0 x 21.75"x 2.52" $695 now $595 SOLD!!

Bing Spork 6'2 x 19.75"x 2.34" $725 now $625

Fletcher Chouinard Huevos Rancheros 7'6" x 21 3/4" x 2 15/16" $760 now $660


Almond Surfboards Pogie Fish 5'8 $799 now $699

North Pacific Custom Fish 5'10" x 21 3/4" x 2 5/8" $725 now $625

Fletcher Chouinard Fish 5'10" x 21 1/8" x 2 9/16" $750 now $650

Lost Round Nose Fish 5’10” x 20”x 2.33” $650 now $550 - SOLD!!

Almond Surfboards Sandia Fish 6'0 $799 now $699

Robert August Retro Fish 6'4 $850 now $750

Summer Shortboards:

Channel Islands Sperm Whale 5'5" x 21 1/4" x 2 1/8" $650 now $550 - SOLD!!

Channel Islands Neckboard 5'8" x 19 3/4" x 2 3/8" $640 now $540 - SOLD!!

Lost The Lay Z Boy 5’5” x 21”x 2.50” $725 now $625

JS Industries Revolution 6'0" x 20" x 2 1/2" $670 now $570

JS Industries Pier Pony 5'6" x 21 3/4" x 3 1/4" $650 now $550

JS Industries Matrix 5'10" x 21" x 2 3/4 $660 now $560 - SOLD!!

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