Only recently, we have been witnesses of a new movement to make surfboards more sustainable. Driftwood is definitely part of this movement by creating hollow wooden surfboards from sustainably harvested wood.
Each board is unique with its own history, its origin and its handcrafted process. They are all made from wood sourced as locally as possible and can be recycled at the end of their life. But you will not get rid of these surfboards because their beautiful design can make them a perfect element of decoration.
For example, Tom Thumb Tail (5’11 x 19 3/4″ x 2 1/2″) is a short and wide model, quite versatile. Going from single concave to spiral vee in the tail, it offers a super-smooth rail-to-rail feel with control and bite. The convertible set-up lets you surf as thruster or quad.
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