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Mayor: Our flagship noserider, the most user-friendly, approachable log out there. A full outline nose-to-tail combines with soft rails, deep-dish nose concave, low nose rocker, and flipped tail rocker for a true tip-time dream. Available from 9’4-10’6, these trim-mongers will glide through the mushiest slop, pivot-turn on a dime, and beg for a pause on the schnoz—think David Nuuhiwa, think Lance Carson and ham sandwiches. YoYo: This is a go to small wave log. Made with full volume nose to tail, low entry rocker, accelerated tail rocker, full outline to perform amazing in the mushiest of surf, noserides amazing even for the intermediate surfer. Made to catch any ripple the ocean pushes your way, and fuller outline helps been the bigger guys as well as not as advanced surfers to perch on the nose, catch a ton of waves, and still trim through the fattest sections that any Florida wave can throw at you. Always comes as a single fin and sizes range from 9'4-10'6. Big Sugar: A more nuanced nose rider built for the most precise surfers. Wide point is set back from the middle, with a narrower nose, deep concave from tip to mid-point, tons of belly and exaggerated tail rocker for hold on the tip and increased pivot. The Big Sugar demands jive and flair, a true masterpiece for the jazz cat, a hot dogger’s dream, the ultimate post-modern log.
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JOJO: The cure-all log, for those looking to cover all their bases with one board—a single fin noserider available with square, round, pin, or moon tails. A little less exaggerated than the Mayor, made for smaller - average size surfers sliding knee- to shoulder-high waves. Lama: This outline was inspired from 50's-60's pig templates, after watching our close friend the Cocolama ride his for the first time we new this was his dream machine. With its wide point ⅔ back and a narrower nose, this throwback offers truly unique trim from three different spots on the board, and yet still noserides and turns on a dime. Available with fuller rails (we recommend riding a D-fin) or thinner (flex-fin). Herminator: Designed for our beloved Hermit Crab, a longboard for groms or smaller peeps, or an egg for a someone reluctant to give in to the temptation of a true log. The perfect blend between classic style and performance mid-lengths, this is an amazing board for the smaller surfer who wants a great everyday carry, a one-board quiver. Size ranges from 6'6 - 8'10, typically in epoxy construction for those who want a higher volume board with extra paddling ability, but without the weight. Comes in single, tri, 2+1 and five-fin (quad/thruster option) set ups, typically with a pin-tail, but round tails and squashes work well, too. This is one of the most versatile boards in the Seafarer line-up for the smaller surfer. Ideal for the weekend warrior, beginner, or small framed person who wants to get a ton of waves and balance out performance, nose rides, and smooth power turns.
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King Pickle: This amazing egg outline is perfect for the person who needs to up their wave count but doesn't want to ride a longboard. Inspired by Devon Howard’s section of “One California Day” and pretty much any footage of Joel Tudor riding a mid-length, this should be a go-to board for just about anyone. Available in sizes from 5'10” - 8'6", this is a great transition board for someone who wants to scale down from a log, or move up from a shorty. Probably the most versatile board in the quiver. Depending on the fin set-up and size, this board can be amazing in most any conditions. For the avid longboarder, this would be a great board for bigger, clean days, or a great groveler for the shredders looking for a little extra trim on tiny days. Low entry rocker ensures tons of waves without tons of effort, a narrower tail with quads, or 2+1 options ensures more than enough performance to do serious turns and pull into some serious tubes when the opportunity presents itself. But be careful, you might end up falling in love with this thing, and never riding anything else. Believe us. The Hater: Our full-on Hell-raiser performance shortboard. None of this 19"+ wide shortboard/fish hybrid, the Hater is made for the advanced surfer who really turns on when its good. A little less volume and a bit more rocker for those punchy or hollow days, this board is for the guy who has no desire to do anything other than put the board on rail, pull in, and go top to bottom. Collection
Boom: Our flagship small wave shortboard, inspired by the hidden high volume boards being ridden by pros like Kolohe Andino and Dane Reynolds, as well as each and every one of our teamriders. True performance shortboard for making the absolute most gutless surf. This is the dream machine for those mushy days when you can't bring yourself to ride a fish or log. If airs, down the line drive, and a remarkably tight turning radius are what you’re looking for, this is the board for you. Available in squash, round, thumb, and swallow tails, as a thruster, quad, or five-fin option (recommended), though all work well on this go to small wave Sealegs: Perhaps the greatest gift ever to wave-starved shredders, these stubby, short, squirley nuggets are some of the most fun surfboards you’ll ever ride. Loose, responsive, quick off the bottom and fast off the top, remarkably rippable in absolute mush, and super fun when you get them on the open face. Inspired by Richard Kenvin’s research into Bob Simmon’s mid-century planing hills, these boards might look simple, but they’ve got a lot a lot going on under the hood. Ride these way smaller than you might think, especially if you’re going with an epoxy (recommended). Available in a quad set-up for a looser, more rippable feel, or as a twin-keel, for down-the-line, no-nonsense speed and projection. An absolute must-have for any Floridian hoping to get the most out of meager surf.
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Arbor: Basically this is inspired by the Mini Simmons design, a scaled down, less drastic version our Sealegs model, but tweaking the nose and tail widths, and making it a more performance outline. Still amazing paddling ability, meant to be ridden in very small sizes thanks to the higher volume and lower nose rocker, as well as the added buoyancy lent by the epoxy construction . Has A bit more tail rocker as wel,l for extra release for those classic tops turns you'll be doing. This is an amazing performance board for the guy who wants to up his wave count and doesn't want to compromise his fluid turns! Shred Dog: This fuller outline shortboard comes stock with a round-tail with a 5 fin option, lower nose rocker, subtle single- to double-concave out the tail. This is meant to be a true Florida shortboard, with the versatile fin configuration allowing for it to be a great travel board as well. Throw this thing in the truck or in your boardbag and 9 times out of ten it will be the right board. Collection
Cactus: A rippable take on the traditional San Diego fish made popular by Rich Pavel and Larry Mayo. The nose’s full outline provides paddleability and glide through flat sections, while the double-bump swallow tail and quad fin set-up keeps it loose and gives it pivot, making for a less tracky, more versatile fish. But don’t let the retro look fool you, the young lad who this board is named after has been seen all over the world, getting slotted in serious waves on one of these, from Peru to Mainland Mex. Available in standard or epoxy construction, we recommend riding it at least 4 inches shorter than your go to shortboard. Salad Shooter: Our refined take on the Steve Lis fish, and a board that we couldn’t keep in stock after Sprout debuted. Full, fairly parallel outline, with an almost dead-flat bottom shape makes this the fastest down-the-line shortboard you’ll ever ride, with tons of projection and drive. Works as well in tiny slop as it does in reeling point surf, or offshore winter days. They work best with glass-on bamboo or marine ply keels, though FCS and Future now offer good fin options. Available in epoxy or traditional construction, we recommend riding it at least 4 inches shorter than your standard shortboard.