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Signs you need us

  1. Are blank supply problems affecting your production and sales?
  2. Do you wish the quality and consistency of your blanks was better?
  3. Does your current supplier stand behind and support the products they sell?
  4. Does your current supplier have enough experience to address and resolve problems quickly?
  5. Isn’t it time you purchased blanks Made In the USA?
  6. Do you wish your blank supplier could fill all of your material needs such as polyurethane, recycled polyurethane, molded and block cut EPS?
  7. Does your current blank supplier have a professional network of supporting and knowledgeable distributors that can quickly service and address your needs?
  8. When you order blanks are you helped by a friendly and knowledgeable staff?

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Our Latest photos
We give you a #BlankCanvas, you craft your finest work. Tag us and we'll include you in our monthly round-up. The full gallery is on our blog. Here's a sampling from @swopsurfboards @austinsurfboards @bensmith2_1 @besanding @brucejones_surfboards @dcal7 @twinlightsglassing @foamez @jaysurfboards @obamau @mitchsnorth @rozbernjohn @surfboardsbyclutch @rochfort_customs
You saw the spin. Here's the whip. Shaped by Al Merrick @cisurfboards. The Rookie model. 5'11" x 18 3/8" x 2 5/16". 26.3L. Five plug, ridden as a Quad. In case you were wondering. We were. Photo by @toddglaser @surfer_magazine @kellyslater
The updated blank catalog is on USBlanks.com right now. #MadeInTheUSA
Have you tried it yet? #69R designed by @rustypreisendorfer
@sealtooth shapes our #66EA into the Wave Bandit! From the archives. Full vid on our Facebook page. @cisurfboards @quiksilver
@smashddpotato documents the happenings within the #ShedCreep with @dcal7. Follow to stay current with the Jersey shaping scene. @greenlightsurfsupply Keep 'em coming @smashddpotato
Winter is coming. #106A designed by @rawsonsurfboard #PaddleIn
@surfingheritage Photo Archivist Steve Wilkings' pick of the month. "After many months of waiting, the first foam surfboards finally arrived in Waikiki. This was just in time for the Christmas tourist season. The foam surfboards quickly became popular with both beach boys and the local surfers. The following year Dick Metz opened up the first retail surfboard shop on Kapiolani Blvd where he was selling Hobie's foam surfboards." Photo: Russ Maki, Waikiki, December 20, 1958 -Steve Wilkings #tbt
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