Moment Surf Launches E-Commerce Store

Moment Surf Launches E-Commerce Store

Moment Online Store is Now Open!

We are excited to announce that you can now shop Moment Surf Company online! We have worked hard for the past year to put together a shopping experience that is a reflection of what you have come to expect from our brick and mortar store. A place that is easy to shop, with knowledgeable staff, a huge selection and great customer service.

We are very proud to be a surf shop first and foremost! We only plan to sell and focus on what we do best, surf! All of our wetsuits, surfboards and surf accessories will be available. You will also be able to purchase all of your favorite Moment clothing. It’s a very competitive world we are about to enter, but by only doing what we know and love as good as we can, we hope to carve out a little piece of the world wide web pie.

We know there are a ton of places online to choose from when purchasing your surf gear. Our hope is that by providing the highest quality products available, at competitive pricing, with affordable shipping costs, you choose to buy from us. To make sure you get the right product to match your surfing ability, wave quality, and desired results, you need to talk with people who spend every day in the water. That use and test these products daily. You wouldn’t buy your next mountain bike from a car dealer, or your vegetables from a meat butcher? So why buy your surf gear from something other than a surf shop?

We can’t thank enough those who have supported us from the beginning and helped get us to this point. Even though we are growing into this new business, our promise to you is that we continue to be your go to surf shop on the Oregon Coast. 

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