Come learn about the 'feet first' shaping philosophy of Donald Brink.
Turn it up! In the latest Boarding School, Cory Russell drops a few truth bombs on volume as a dimension.
Alex Workman sits down for an informal chat over beers - which is always the best kind of chat - with San Diego shaper Chris Christenson.
An Aussie shaper on being given a license (and a time limit) to plagiarise.
The lemongrass plant has a foam-like structure that floats when processed and waterproofed.
In the latest instalment of Boarding School, Cory Russell talks concaves and channels...and twin vees, and torus channels, and vent systems too!
In the latest instalment of Boarding School, Cory Russell flips your board upside down to check the engine room.
Britt Merrick and Malcolm Campbell share a lot of design DNA and their latest collaboration fuses two of their most popular designs - Campbell Brothers Bonzer with Channel Islands Biscuit.
Getting "his local boards wired" ain't enough for gypsy shaper Mike Psillakis. Mike's latest trip is to one of the more obscure corners of the surfing world - South Korea.
Justen 'Jughead' Allport reflects on his early fish experiments and why he's back on 'em again. Includes a vid of Jug in period costume: hair down to his shoulders and a VB shirt.
Till now channel bottoms have been the sole preserve of hand shapers, however a new cutting tool from AKU Shaper may soon see that change.
You turn a board on its side and look at its rocker, but do you also look at its foil? The foil of a board - the distribution of foam along its length - is every bit as important yet it's often overlooked. Let Cory Russel get you up to speed.