Made from rock, the latest cloth on the block passes the first test.
Torren Martyn chats about his 'Buried Treasure' twin fin and why he never gets two boards the same.
More than just slick marketing, the success of the Haydenshapes label relies on Hayden Cox' ability to reimagine how a surfboard should be made.
It's cheaper, it's stronger, and it's more environmentally friendly, but will basalt cloth replace fibreglass as our preferred reinforcement for surfboards?
In fact, some of those patches ain't carbon at all!
"I don’t want a glorified twin fin. I'm gonna put a fifth fin in the back!" Swellnet chats with Tom Hoye, the creator of the five fin 'Claw'.
Keeping the theories flying, Stretch riffs on reverse channels, controlled flex, and WSL stagnation.
The Santa Cruz gun slinger chats to Swellnet about his big wave board designs.
Or, how Sunova is reviving the two-piece surfboard.
One small step for man, Bert takes one giant leap for surfboard design.
Webber releases a new model with concaves on the deck and catches the eye of the eleven-time champ.
Meet the unknown fella who's 'shaped' more boards than anyone in Australia.