Posts Tagged ‘vintage’

Hollow Boards Full Of Character

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

 

The ancient Hawaiians surfed on solid wooden core surfboards for thousands of years. It wasn’t until 1926 that swimming champion and inventor Tom Blake invented the hollow core surfboard. It would be this surfboard design that would dominate that shoreline for several decades until the late 1940’s. It has been said that these lighter surfboard designs aided in the evolution of the modern surfboard. As you can imagine these original Tom Blake surfboards are extremely rare and hard to come by. If you are lucky enough to find one in decent shape you can expect to pay a hefty price for one, till now. Vintage Surfboards, located at http://vintagewoodensurfboards.com offers artistic reproductions of Tom Blakes’ early boards constructed of carefully selected hem fir, cedar, pine and redwood. Vintage Surfboards produces four models based on archival research and original specifications. They reproduce the Pointed Tail, Big Wave Pintail, Waikiki Special and The Champion Paddleboard models. I must say from the photos on their website these boards look amazing. If you love the true classic look of an original surfboard then I highly suggest you check out Vintage Surfboards.

Eat My Shorts

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

 

Just listed… BoardJoy is proud to announce it’s first article of clothing for sale. Check out these Felipe Pomar shorts. Another great addition to our old school listings: http://www.boardjoy.com/2010/03/18/felipe-pomar-shorts-rare These shorts are 100% original and will have you feeling like those OG old school longboarders of yesteryear. At BoardJoy you’ll always find the newest and coolest vintage board products around and apparently vintage clothing too!

Big waves, Big Guns

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

Anyone who knows anything about the “original” surfers knows about Greg Noll. Noll known in the surfing circles as “Da Bull” because of the way he “charged” down the face of a wave with apparent fearlessness, is a pioneer of big wave surfing. He is perhaps best known for being the first surfer to ride a wave breaking on the outside reef at the so-called Banzai Pipeline in November 1964. And now, BoardJoy is proud to offer original, vintage, excellent condition Greg Noll surfboards. To see current listings please visit: http://www.boardjoy.com/?s=greg+noll and to learn more about this legend of big wave surfing please visit: http://www.gregnoll.com

All Things Sacred

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010

The 2010 Sacred Craft Board Show will be held in Ventura California on April 10 & 11 at the Ventura Fairgrounds. This is one cool show that pretty much has something for everyone. The show will be packed with several attractions including seminars; live demos for board shaping, glassing and even antique collectors will find collectible surfboards and memorabilia. Dozens of exhibitors are already lined up for this event showcasing their new and innovative products. This year legendary shaper Reynolds “Renny” Yater will be honored at the event. For more about this great expo please visit: http://www.surfboardshow.com

Everything Old Is New Again

Saturday, February 27th, 2010

BoardJoy is proud to announce another great addition to it’s old school listings.  Check out our latest vintage surfboard and skateboard products here: http://www.boardjoy.com/?s=vintage  At BoardJoy you’ll always find the newest and coolest vintage board products around.

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