Boards at Birth

We’ve been busy building and preparing a number of boards and kits for shipment over the past few weeks and shortly, the fruits of our labor will be realized. One of our new retail customers, Surf Unlimited in Ocean Isle Beach, NC, will soon be receiving their shipment of Grain Surfboards, hand-built for their customers.

Here’s a picture of the progress on some of the boards we’ve got going in the shop. Our process is more dialed now and we’ve got more boards being worked on at one time, at various stages in their early existence. In addition, we’ve invested in an updated bandsaw that will help us rip boards faster and with less waste, which means our overall impact is lowered.

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Keep an eye on the blog here for more updates, and hit us with your email address if you would like to be included on our mailing list. We’ll also be adding an online store for Grain Surfbooards Kits, T’s and Sweats to the website soon!

Remember, with the holidays on the horizon, nothing says “Merry Christmas” like a nice, new Grain Surfboard and some Grain-wear to go with it. Order now and we’ll have plenty of time to dial the shape and build that dream board for the winter surf.

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Published in: on September 26, 2006 at 7:36 pm  Comments (3)  

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  1. He Grainpeople.
    Nice boards. You know I started my own proces and its almost ready. But….. I already started a new 7.3 also. I wanted to thank you all, and especialy Mike, for al the questions you answered and al the tips you gave me. I realy couldnt have made the board quite as beautiful as its going to be now. I want to wish you all the luck in the world with the new store and the board building.
    Greatzzzz Remco Edelman

  2. Hey Remco,
    Thanks for the post. Glad I could be of help with your project. Can’t wait to see some photos. keep in touch.
    Mike

  3. Would be interested in more information about your fish line, a 6’2″ for Hawaii waters.
    Larry


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