2×4 round pin first ride review with darshan gooch from Stretch Boards on Vimeo. Height/weight: 6’4″ 180-185 lbs 2×4 round pin 6’2″ x 19.25″ x 2.375″ vol. 32.0L Construction type: CFT std with uni-directional carbon tail strips and with the exception of the abstract color lam bottom, features duplicate CFT std glassing as seen in … Continue reading 2×4 round pin Ride Review with Darshan
“You Only Tell the Truth in the Dark” documents a journey through the Chilean landscape with William Aliotti and Sebastien Zanella of Desillusion Magazine. This video is a somber and introspective look at what drives us into exploring the unknown. It reflects the urgency in each of us to go out of our comfort zone, … Continue reading get lost in the Chilean Fog with William Aliotti
William Aliotti moved to France when he was 15 years old in order to pursue a professional surfing career. He had a vision and a goal back then and now he’s living that dream today. video and edit by Gines Diaz and Adrian Rodd Will is riding his 5’10” Lil Buddy, 5’6″ 2×4 and 5’9″ … Continue reading “Choose Your Way” featuring William Aliotti
Like Dejavu… Dreamy Skeleton Bay instagram video post from Benji Brand That familiar view featuring Koa Smith on his 5’8″ CFT LEGACY 2×4. Same wave, same stance, same model, same construction. They even had the same dims! Hear Benji’s thoughts on Skeleton Bay in the Surfline feature here To those who don’t pay much attention … Continue reading Benji Brand wins 2015 GoPro Of The World on his 5’8″ CFT LEGACY 2×4
Stretch Boards is hosting a holiday open house event on Friday November 27th. We’ll be swinging open the factory doors to anyone who has always been curious as to what goes into making a custom built surfboard. There will be light refreshments, beverages, working factory tours and face to face customer support for any surfboard … Continue reading Open House November 27th, 2015
Miky likes it!
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!