A friend of ours named chris bagged this evidence of us not hard at work shaping his custom order... sorry buddy, call it research \ \\ \\\\\ \\ \
/ // ///// // / ...did we mention we do ding repairs? i only bring it up, because the hull in the first two shots is destined for the operating table, and the fish in the last two is fresh from it. hit an email for a quote: email@example.com
boards are stacking up like pancakes. we got a sick pin-twin for chris, green keel killer for kieren, and yellow/black striped bumblebee of a longboard for giles. hold your balls boys, they're coming. also in the finishing stages; a yellow-nosed single stinger, a cream classic pin-stripped longboard, and a bubble-butt quad. the intent is to ride them, but if you're interested contact soon. alternatively wait till we get some fun out of them, and buy them used. can't guarantee we'll want to let them go then tho... / // ///// // /
Yeah, it's been a few days but WAXA surfboards has been busy. We took some time off to explore down the road less traveled. And we scored. Lost the boards on the rocks a few times too. \ \\ \\\\\ \\ \ But back to business; Boards are coming out, and joy is being spread. To answer a few questions that keep popping up: a. no matter where you are we'll try to get them to you. we deliver, we ship. b. easiest way to order? just drop us a line from the contact on the right... c.used boards? got the booger from a few posts back going for cheap and some other bits laying around. \ \\ \\\\\ \\ \
The mug is of Wiz, the fins are his pretties... From the top: Waxa Hatchets in blue and black. Sq. Waxa Hatchet in Blue. The Rake in Beer. Keels in a cutie clear. Soon to be glassed onto boards and burning you in the water.
Custom slick fish mid-way through the glassing. Its got that strange sort of appeal like when you blow your nose and look in the tissue. You think: "hmm, dunno why, but that's rad. should i show someone? or just restrain..." / // ///// // /
I am a surfboard builder, making my small mark on a very large industry. I make all of my boards by hand from start to finish using traditional surfboard building techniques to draw clean lines and apply bold colours influenced by 1930' s to 1960's surf culture.