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Blank Size Availability

Our processing cycle limits the number of molds that can be in production at any given time. Any blank size that is not in production relies on factory stocking to fill orders. There are a number of sizes which remain in constant production; all others will rotate in and out of production based on inventory and order levels.

When a mold is removed from production we try to stock for anticipated orders up to the time it should rotate back into production. All blank sizes are inventoried in the BLUE density, with most of the shortboards also inventoried in RED and the longerboards also inventoried in GREEN. A limited quantity of CLASSIC will be stocked for a select few long board sizes, and a couple of short board sizes will have limited TOW-IN blanks available. We rarely stock short boards in GREEN or long boards in RED, therefore these will have to be custom ordered, along with most CLASSICS, REGULARS and TOW-INS. Our entire inventory is stocked unglued.

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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
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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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San Diego's Barry Snyder "Torsion Drive" stringer. "The torsional tail flex stores energy and then projects forward upon release, essentially driving the surfboard forward." Barry orders our blanks uncut, splits our stringer, and then glues them all together. Full feature on our blog now. #FillInTheBlank #MadeInAmerica