top of page

Filmed by Jack Coleman 

Kinky Fish 

This board was originally designed for my girlfriend Leah who wanted a little more performance but still nice glide and paddle associated with a fish. The first one made for her I thought was going to be too small but she clicked into it almost immediately. 

Quite narrow and a lot more tail rocker compared to a usual fish, designed to be surfed more in the pocket. I would recommend this board for someone who typically rides a shortboard but wants a little bit of  fish characteristics without sacrificing performance. 

Stock dims- 5’2 x 18 3/4 x 2 3/8 


Keeping it pretty simple and paying homage to the classic SD fish, very fun and very fast. Great for most days

Stock dims-5'7 x 21 x 2 1/2

Filmed by Jack Coleman 

Diamond twin 

Slightly pulled in nose and a more modern rocker, geared towards performance in a little longer board.  This board is great for someone, like myself, coming from usually riding a bigger board and wanting something with nice paddle for better waves but not wanting to go to too small. I enjoy them around 6’0-6’4. 


Stock dims- 6’2 x 20 1/4 x 2 3/8

Filmed by Christian Edwards


The newest board been working on with Leah, a longer swallow tail twin fin with the idea of being ridden in better waves. She has taken it out in some pretty solid days in Hawaii and really enjoyed the paddle and comfort of having a bigger board and also the projection and down the line speed of a twin. This board works best with a bit of juice but can also be  fun in small-medium waves for someone used to riding shorter boards.

Stock dims- 6’8 x 20 1/4 x 2 1/2

Filmed by Tommy Pierucki and Cameron Vurbeff 

Single fin 

Classic lines with some slightly modern adjustments. Another board that is slightly more suited to better waves, enjoy at a nice  point or a good day at a beach break. 

Filmed by Jack Coleman 


More or less my first “model” and what I currently make and ride the most of, inspired by the eggs of SD. When we moved to California, I was looking for a board that I could always have in the car and ride pretty much everyday in most of the waves around us. The first one was a 7’4  and it was the first time I really connected with a shape and it just felt right for my body type and surfing. Wide point forward for nice paddle and a somewhat pulled in tail for maneuverability.  It's an easy ride that I hope most level of surfer can get on and enjoy the glide.


Lately have been making more and more twin versions of the board, for me personally I enjoy the twins in the 6’8 to low 7’ range and singles in the mid 7’ up.

Stock dims-7’4 x 21 x 2 3/4

Filmed by Jack Coleman 

bottom of page