Preview: The Why (and the How) of Grain Wooden Surfboards

Have always loved what these guys do and how they do it. Here are two videos with the Grain wooden surfboard guys:


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    Alan Thornhill says:

    Awesome. The ultimate hand made wave tool.

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    Robert Harrison says:

    My four kids got me a Grain kit for my 70th birthday – The Steamer, an 8-foot long board. My oldest has a cabinet making shop, and I think he was the ringleader. We’ve been working on it off & on for about 18 months, with him doing most of it, which is only fair :o. Very interesting project. I’m looking forward to the first ride.

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    MIKE MANTELL says:

    Awesome! The sustainability of these boards is the answer to a problem I’ve had with poly boards for my 50+ years of surfing. Where can get info on their prices?

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      Mike LaVecchia says:

      Hey Mike. You can see all our boards and kits at Give a ring anytime if we can help. Thanks.

      And thanks OCH for sharing our stuff. We love you guys. Loyal followers!

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    1960, USMC, Hawaii, Oahu, Haleiwa Beach, 8″ fiberglass board … even with foam, it weighed a ton. Delighted to see the ingenuity and craftsmanship going into these beautiful boards – thanks OCH.

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    Trisha McElroy says:

    This was great. Love to see WOOD being used. sustainable, biodegradable, beautiful. Interesting to note they use the same clamping as boat builders for a lot too. thank you!