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Hawaiian Gun Rack Surfboard Hanger Wall Rack
$59.95
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Surfboard racks aren't just for your garage anymore. Gone is the day when you left your Greg Knoll Black Cat surfboard hanging in the rafters of the garage. Now almost 45 years from the initial boom of surfing in the late 1960's your 1946 Tom Blake paddleboard, or let's say a 1957 Velzy Pig are fast becoming collectable pieces of art.

The famous shapers of yesterday, like Robert August, Guy Takayama and David Sweet are building numbered "limited edition" surfboards for their customers who would rather hang the boards on the wall than surf them.

Chip Foose, with his flair for making vintage cars into modern day showcars is even designing snowboards. Burton, Arbor and Lost all use decorative elements that get their surfboards and snowboards noticed on the slopes, so why not put them on the wall for decoration. The storage problem no longer exists when you can find a really nice looking surfboard rack designed for the home like the Hawaiian Gun Rack that has a model to hang your surfboard just about anyway your imagination can come up with.

Hanging your everyday rider needs a special wall hanger. A lot of what's out there are simple "garage style" surfboard racks that will store any kind of board, but don't necessarily look good in your house or apartment and most can't pass the "wife friendly" test. Today's realization is getting your best friend to understand that these aren't just play things anymore, but collectable art pieces that warrant reverence over the mantel or couch. And with the right set up they can definately add to the decor of the home without giving it that "frat house" look.

Whether it's a surfboard, snowboard, skateboard, kiteboard, wakeboard, or any of the new style X-treme boards that are on the market there are several products to choose from and they all come down to personal taste and some basic logistics.

Approximate Height: 11 inches
Approximate Width: 8.5 inches

SCREWS AND WALL ANCHORS INCLUDED!

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NSP 7'6 Element Funboard Surfboard
$445.00
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Like the name suggests, NSP Elements Funboards are designed to make surfing easy and provide endless hours of fun and enjoyment in the ocean. These boards are modeled off traditional longboards and feature a full nose, rounded pintail, and a generous well-balanced outline that's both stable and responsive in a variety of surf conditions.

Surfboard Details:

7'6 x 21.75 x 2.75
51. cL Volume
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Vertra SPF28 Mick Fanning Face Stick Sunblock
$24.99
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This face stick is a collaboration between 2-Time World Surfing Champion Mick Fanning and Vertra Elemental Resistance. Mick takes his skin protection as seriously as his competition. For his signature stick he chose to develop a product that was void of pigments and fragrance but yet still provided the necessary protection needed for long days at even venues, warm-up session and competitive heats. Very water resistant, fragrance free, smooth non-greasy application. Designed, formulated and manufactured to the highest cosmetic industry standards. Tested the world over by Mick Fanning. Learn More
Raw Elements Eco Stick SPF 30+ Sunblock
$15.99
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Raw Elemets ECO STICK 30+ formulated with our unique Organic Eco-Shield Performance Technology, can withstand the harshest environmental conditions. Not only does this stick offer water resistant, balanced UV physical protection beyond 80 minutes, it can be applied UNDER WATER! Whether it's protecting a young child or an avid waterman's face, ECO STICK 30+ will perform. With the easy applicator, it can be worn heavy and opaque, or rubbed completely into skin. Packed with biologically active antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and extracts, it continues protecting our skin long after environmental exposure. Learn More
Raw Elements Eco Formula SPF 30+ Sunscreen
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Raw Elements ECO FORMULA 30+ is the Conscious Consumer's answer to serious sun protection. All Natural and free of all the bad stuff, this formula boasts balanced Physical UV protection through our unique Organic Eco-Shield Performance Technology. As a performance driven sunscreen, it is very water resistant beyond 80 minutes, yet so gentle and moisturizing it is perfect for our young ones! Packed with biologically active antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and extracts, it continues protecting our skin long after environmental exposure. Learn More
Lost 6'2 Weekend Warrior Surfboard
$649.95
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The "Weekend Warrior" : Is the latest greatest "Domesticated" model Lost make. It came about after a couple months of Mayhem riding the new V2-Shortboards. When the surf got tiny he did not want to go back to the radically different small wave boards (Like the Couch Potatos or Bottom Feeders) and have to adjust so dramatically back and forth. He needed a new twist on a small wave, pointed nose, shortboard influenced design. Hoping to make as seamless of transition as possible from the V2-Shortboard, it started with a 6'3" 21" 2.75" and shortened it, then lowered the entry rocker, widened the nose a bit and widened the tail dramatically. The extreme wide tail creates a very straight outline in the rear half of the board (reminiscent of their "Tri-Fish" and other Rocket Fish of the mid 90's), He could increase the concave for more lift in small surf, which also added significant rail rocker..thus adding a more progressive and tight wrapped turning radius off of the rear foot. For the tail shape, I was thinking swallow, but it looked old and done a million times. Matt first cut a diamond into to it, hoping to shorten the rail line further and allow one to stand a bit more central on the board, and then taking a cue from many of the young indy-hipster shapers, he cut a deep wedge into the stringer. This created a "Split Diamond" tail. The prototype I made myself seemed to cause some controversy. At the same time, it also gave this design a lot of instant recognition and surely brought the other shapers plenty of exposure they might not have normally received. All the elements add up to a shorter, compact and effective small wave design that is high on volume, but holds and carries it well. It should allow us "Domesticated" dudes another option to chose from in order to ride a pointed nose weapon in small and gutless surf. it makes an incredible one/two punch as a two board quiver with the V2-Shortboard. For those turned off by the Split Diamond tail, We have already made them as swallows, diamonds and even winged Squash tails…all with similar results.

Weekend Warrior Details:
6'2 x 21 x 2.75
39.16 CL
Future Five Fin Set-up
Future Fins Not Included Learn More
Lost 5'8 Weekend Warrior Surfboard
$679.95
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The "Weekend Warrior" : Is the latest greatest "Domesticated" model Lost make. It came about after a couple months of Mayhem riding the new V2-Shortboards. When the surf got tiny he did not want to go back to the radically different small wave boards (Like the Couch Potatos or Bottom Feeders) and have to adjust so dramatically back and forth. He needed a new twist on a small wave, pointed nose, shortboard influenced design. Hoping to make as seamless of transition as possible from the V2-Shortboard, it started with a 6'3" 21" 2.75" and shortened it, then lowered the entry rocker, widened the nose a bit and widened the tail dramatically. The extreme wide tail creates a very straight outline in the rear half of the board (reminiscent of their "Tri-Fish" and other Rocket Fish of the mid 90's), He could increase the concave for more lift in small surf, which also added significant rail rocker..thus adding a more progressive and tight wrapped turning radius off of the rear foot. For the tail shape, I was thinking swallow, but it looked old and done a million times. Matt first cut a diamond into to it, hoping to shorten the rail line further and allow one to stand a bit more central on the board, and then taking a cue from many of the young indy-hipster shapers, he cut a deep wedge into the stringer. This created a "Split Diamond" tail. The prototype I made myself seemed to cause some controversy. At the same time, it also gave this design a lot of instant recognition and surely brought the other shapers plenty of exposure they might not have normally received. All the elements add up to a shorter, compact and effective small wave design that is high on volume, but holds and carries it well. It should allow us "Domesticated" dudes another option to chose from in order to ride a pointed nose weapon in small and gutless surf. it makes an incredible one/two punch as a two board quiver with the V2-Shortboard. For those turned off by the Split Diamond tail, We have already made them as swallows, diamonds and even winged Squash tails…all with similar results.

Weekend Warrior Details:
5'8 x 19.5 x 2.38
28.83 CL
Future 5 Fin Set-up Learn More
5'10 Lost Weekend Warrior Surfboard
$690.00
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The "Weekend Warrior" : Is the latest greatest "Domesticated" model Lost make. It came about after a couple months of Mayhem riding the new V2-Shortboards. When the surf got tiny he did not want to go back to the radically different small wave boards (Like the Couch Potatos or Bottom Feeders) and have to adjust so dramatically back and forth. He needed a new twist on a small wave, pointed nose, shortboard influenced design. Hoping to make as seamless of transition as possible from the V2-Shortboard, it started with a 6'3" 21" 2.75" and shortened it, then lowered the entry rocker, widened the nose a bit and widened the tail dramatically. The extreme wide tail creates a very straight outline in the rear half of the board (reminiscent of their "Tri-Fish" and other Rocket Fish of the mid 90's), He could increase the concave for more lift in small surf, which also added significant rail rocker..thus adding a more progressive and tight wrapped turning radius off of the rear foot. For the tail shape, I was thinking swallow, but it looked old and done a million times. Matt first cut a diamond into to it, hoping to shorten the rail line further and allow one to stand a bit more central on the board, and then taking a cue from many of the young indy-hipster shapers, he cut a deep wedge into the stringer. This created a "Split Diamond" tail. The prototype I made myself seemed to cause some controversy. At the same time, it also gave this design a lot of instant recognition and surely brought the other shapers plenty of exposure they might not have normally received. All the elements add up to a shorter, compact and effective small wave design that is high on volume, but holds and carries it well. It should allow us "Domesticated" dudes another option to chose from in order to ride a pointed nose weapon in small and gutless surf. it makes an incredible one/two punch as a two board quiver with the V2-Shortboard. For those turned off by the Split Diamond tail, We have already made them as swallows, diamonds and even winged Squash tails…all with similar results.

Weekend Warrior Details:
5'10 x 20.25 x 2.5
32.12 CL
FCS 2 5 Fin Set-up Learn More
5'11 Lost Weekend Warrior Surfboard
$669.95
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The "Weekend Warrior" : Is the latest greatest "Domesticated" model Lost make. It came about after a couple months of Mayhem riding the new V2-Shortboards. When the surf got tiny he did not want to go back to the radically different small wave boards (Like the Couch Potatos or Bottom Feeders) and have to adjust so dramatically back and forth. He needed a new twist on a small wave, pointed nose, shortboard influenced design. Hoping to make as seamless of transition as possible from the V2-Shortboard, it started with a 6'3" 21" 2.75" and shortened it, then lowered the entry rocker, widened the nose a bit and widened the tail dramatically. The extreme wide tail creates a very straight outline in the rear half of the board (reminiscent of their "Tri-Fish" and other Rocket Fish of the mid 90's), He could increase the concave for more lift in small surf, which also added significant rail rocker..thus adding a more progressive and tight wrapped turning radius off of the rear foot. For the tail shape, I was thinking swallow, but it looked old and done a million times. Matt first cut a diamond into to it, hoping to shorten the rail line further and allow one to stand a bit more central on the board, and then taking a cue from many of the young indy-hipster shapers, he cut a deep wedge into the stringer. This created a "Split Diamond" tail. The prototype I made myself seemed to cause some controversy. At the same time, it also gave this design a lot of instant recognition and surely brought the other shapers plenty of exposure they might not have normally received. All the elements add up to a shorter, compact and effective small wave design that is high on volume, but holds and carries it well. It should allow us "Domesticated" dudes another option to chose from in order to ride a pointed nose weapon in small and gutless surf. it makes an incredible one/two punch as a two board quiver with the V2-Shortboard. For those turned off by the Split Diamond tail, We have already made them as swallows, diamonds and even winged Squash tails…all with similar results.

Weekend Warrior Details:
5'11 x 20.25 x 2.56
33.84 CL
Future 5 Fin Set-up Learn More
6'0 Lost Weekend Warrior Surfboard
$669.95
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The "Weekend Warrior" : Is the latest greatest "Domesticated" model Lost make. It came about after a couple months of Mayhem riding the new V2-Shortboards. When the surf got tiny he did not want to go back to the radically different small wave boards (Like the Couch Potatos or Bottom Feeders) and have to adjust so dramatically back and forth. He needed a new twist on a small wave, pointed nose, shortboard influenced design. Hoping to make as seamless of transition as possible from the V2-Shortboard, it started with a 6'3" 21" 2.75" and shortened it, then lowered the entry rocker, widened the nose a bit and widened the tail dramatically. The extreme wide tail creates a very straight outline in the rear half of the board (reminiscent of their "Tri-Fish" and other Rocket Fish of the mid 90's), He could increase the concave for more lift in small surf, which also added significant rail rocker..thus adding a more progressive and tight wrapped turning radius off of the rear foot. For the tail shape, I was thinking swallow, but it looked old and done a million times. Matt first cut a diamond into to it, hoping to shorten the rail line further and allow one to stand a bit more central on the board, and then taking a cue from many of the young indy-hipster shapers, he cut a deep wedge into the stringer. This created a "Split Diamond" tail. The prototype I made myself seemed to cause some controversy. At the same time, it also gave this design a lot of instant recognition and surely brought the other shapers plenty of exposure they might not have normally received. All the elements add up to a shorter, compact and effective small wave design that is high on volume, but holds and carries it well. It should allow us "Domesticated" dudes another option to chose from in order to ride a pointed nose weapon in small and gutless surf. it makes an incredible one/two punch as a two board quiver with the V2-Shortboard. For those turned off by the Split Diamond tail, We have already made them as swallows, diamonds and even winged Squash tails…all with similar results.

Weekend Warrior Details:
6'0 x 20.5 x 2.63
35.65 CL
Future 5 Fin Set-up
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Carver 33" Fraktal Skateboard
$225.00
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33" Fraktal Carver Skateboard


The 33" Fraktal's mold is based on the classic double-kick pool board, with a symmetrical nose and tail kick and a medium concave, providing a wider stance than a standard shortboard, but short enough for an easy pumpability. It has all the elements you need to integrate transition, vert and air into you street surfing line. The steep nose is great for ollies, the extra-wide tail gives you a solid block to plant your back foot, while surfy template indicates the directionality of the board. Get good on your progressive moves with this hybrid surfskate and then take them back out to the lineup, like you've had a surf coach on land.



  • 9 3/4" wide

  • 6 1/2" tail

  • 6 1/2" nose

  • 16" wheelbase

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FCS H-3 Nexus Thruster Surfboard Fin Set (large)
$129.95
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The FCS H-3 NEXUS surfboard fin features TRICOIL technology, a dynamic flex pattern that effectively stores and releases energy as the surfer transitions from one turn into the next. This transition between turns is where most surfers struggle to maintain speed. FCS has solved this problem by designing a fin with a highly efficient template, material stability, minimal drag characteristics, and above all, unparalleled flex properties. From the moment you ride the FCS H-3 NEXUS you’ll realize this fin has something special. Whether your surfing tight in the pocket or carving on the open face, you can surf confidently knowing all the elements of the fin are working in synergy to deliver the ultimate advantage, more speed. The performance of the H-3 Nexus is seamless; yet quite deliberate in the way it feels. Learn More
FCS H-3 Nexus Thruster Surfboard Fin Set (medium)
$129.95
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The FCS H-3 NEXUS surfboard fin features TRICOIL technology, a dynamic flex pattern that effectively stores and releases energy as the surfer transitions from one turn into the next. This transition between turns is where most surfers struggle to maintain speed. FCS has solved this problem by designing a fin with a highly efficient template, material stability, minimal drag characteristics, and above all, unparalleled flex properties. From the moment you ride the FCS H-3 NEXUS you’ll realize this fin has something special. Whether your surfing tight in the pocket or carving on the open face, you can surf confidently knowing all the elements of the fin are working in synergy to deliver the ultimate advantage, more speed. The performance of the H-3 Nexus is seamless; yet quite deliberate in the way it feels. Learn More
Hawaiian Gun Rack Surfboard Hanger Wall Rack
$59.95
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Surfboard racks aren't just for your garage anymore. Gone is the day when you left your Greg Knoll Black Cat surfboard hanging in the rafters of the garage. Now almost 45 years from the initial boom of surfing in the late 1960's your 1946 Tom Blake paddleboard, or let's say a 1957 Velzy Pig are fast becoming collectable pieces of art.

The famous shapers of yesterday, like Robert August, Guy Takayama and David Sweet are building numbered "limited edition" surfboards for their customers who would rather hang the boards on the wall than surf them.

Chip Foose, with his flair for making vintage cars into modern day showcars is even designing snowboards. Burton, Arbor and Lost all use decorative elements that get their surfboards and snowboards noticed on the slopes, so why not put them on the wall for decoration. The storage problem no longer exists when you can find a really nice looking surfboard rack designed for the home like the Hawaiian Gun Rack that has a model to hang your surfboard just about anyway your imagination can come up with.

Hanging your everyday rider needs a special wall hanger. A lot of what's out there are simple "garage style" surfboard racks that will store any kind of board, but don't necessarily look good in your house or apartment and most can't pass the "wife friendly" test. Today's realization is getting your best friend to understand that these aren't just play things anymore, but collectable art pieces that warrant reverence over the mantel or couch. And with the right set up they can definately add to the decor of the home without giving it that "frat house" look.

Whether it's a surfboard, snowboard, skateboard, kiteboard, wakeboard, or any of the new style X-treme boards that are on the market there are several products to choose from and they all come down to personal taste and some basic logistics.

Approximate Height: 11 inches
Approximate Width: 8.5 inches

SCREWS AND WALL ANCHORS INCLUDED!

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