Having a reputable shaper sign a custom board just for you is a special thing. Continue reading
Not all surfboards are built the same.
Stretch Boards is proud to have Long Beach Surf Shop as a new home for custom built performance boards catering to nearly every wave type NY has to offer.
While the majority of us were slugging through the doldrums of a lackluster surf season earlier this summer, Koa Smith was globetrotting his way from Hawaii to Tahiti then to Africa all in the name of finding the best waves possible. Yep, he sure did find some gems! Continue reading
Congratulations to Wiggolly Dantas who won 1st place at the Quiksilver Saquarema Prime.
Wiggolly was riding a 5’11” The Sword model.
Disclaimer for those wanting to buy The Sword model: The Sword is designed for professional surfers for perfect waves
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If you’ve seen this on Surfline already that could be because you’re stuck in an office job and dream about surfing so you’re plugged into the Surfline drip feed, or possibly because Surfline always has cool shit updated regularly. Regardless, we’re proud of the legendary Nathan Fletcher for all his accomplishments and honored to have him on our boards.
We are grateful to have finished a series of custom surfboards for our friends in Japan.
The finest detail and customization for the best quality. Surfing is better on these special boards for those that know.
Checkout our Japanese connection via Facebook here:
The Surfrider Foundation – Santa Cruz Chapter is having a benefit raffle this Friday night at Cafe Iveta.
Raffle tickets are $5 for 1 and $20 for 5.
You get a chance to win a bunch of cool things.
We’ve donated a brand new set of Stretch ST-2 5 Futures Fins, a Wave/Kelp Logo T-shirt, and a Stretch Friday Factory Tour where you’ll get to hang out with Stretch and the Stretch factory crew, enjoy cold beer and warm pizza, and get a private tour through the factory.
If you’re in Santa Cruz, head down to Cafe Iveta this Friday night (02/28), grab some raffle tickets, help support the people who make a difference and help keep our beaches clean. Raffle starts at 7:30pm
Here’s What’s Up…
1. Friday, Feb 28 from 5-9:30p at Café Iveta at 2125 Delaware Ave. on the West Side
2. Two bands: Winkipop City (blues/rock/bluegrass) opening around 5:15pm for Coastal Connection (reggae/rock/soul)
3. $4 pints from a Santa Cruz Ale Works keg…other beer and wine will be on sale, too.
4. A delicious, custom menu by Café Iveta
5. A first-of-its-kind longboard for night surfing on display
6. Reclaimed wood boards on display and for purchase from Ventana Surfboards…with a % going to Surfrider
7. The Board Makers photos from me…still on display
8. The RAFFLE PRIZE winners will be drawn around 7:30pm. Winners don’t need to be present…but we hope they are. Raffle tickets will be on sale at the show ($5 for 1 or $20 for 5) up until the moment of the drawing.
Below are a few link to learn more about the event:
Wiggolly Dantas wins 2nd Place at the Volcom Pipe Pro contest at Pipeline, North Shore Oahu Hawaii.
On a custom 6’8″ Stretch Semi Gun Surfboard, Wiggolly Dantas beat some of the biggest names in surfing at the Volcom Pipe Pro Contest.
Wiggolly took home $10,000 and the 2nd place title.
Stretch and everyone at the factory were watching the contest on the edge of our seats, routing for Wiggolly.
We’re all very stoked for Wiggolly!
In this short piece, French photographer Laurent Pujol sits in front of the camera to share the story behind the Surfing Magazine January 2014 Cover Shot of Bruce Irons.
Bruce is riding his 5’7″ x 2 ¼” x 18 ⅝” Stretch 2×4, EPS Tech, Channel Rails, Carbon Tail Strips, Bat Tail, Quad, Stretch Fins
Again, we send out a huge congratulations to Laurent Pujol and Bruce Irons for capturing this moment, and to Surfing Magazine for sharing this.
Read more on the Surfing Magazine site