I’ve decided to introduce a modern longboard model suited for riding in contests, or when you want a one-board-quiver. The new Nova Comp has a 18-1/2″ wide nose and subtle, half-length nose concave for superior noseriding. It also has a… (READ MORE)
Photo taken at the 2015 “Boardroom” showcase in Del Mar. From left-to-right: Steve Huerta, longtime Ventura Co shaper and the guy at Fiberglass Hawaii who has the answers for all my questions on surfboard building materials, from blanks to abrasives;… (READ MORE)
This one is for Customer Sheila These mini-pocket-rockets are just too much fun! If you can ride a boogie board you can fly on a TBG4!!
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Most of the “mini-Simmons” shapes are built in the sub-6′ range. Simmons himself built boards with similar outlines from 9′ to 6′. This board is a good example of what I would call a “mid-sized ” Simmons shape. The board… (READ MORE)
Glasser and good friend, Ray Lucke, is in the process of moving into a much larger factory. Here I am trying out the new (and larger!) shaping bay. Just a few additions to make, like an overhead vacuum hose and… (READ MORE)
It’s not too early to order your new summer board. Check the “Demo Board” page if you want to try one of my boards, and then take a look at the current “Prices” page. Delivery times are now 4-5 weeks,… (READ MORE)
Over the years I’ve built a number of sub-8ft egg shapes (Nomad Model), mostly 2+1 set-ups, but a few quads as well. The surf conditions in my part of California vary, greatly. This past winter was as good as it… (READ MORE)
Man, I love “Pick-up Day”, the day the customer first lays eyes on his/her new board; the smiles, the high-fives, brings out the kid in everyone. Its one of the things I like most about building surfboards. This day it… (READ MORE)