The twin finned namesake to Tom Curren’s surf edit, Free Scrubber, is a legacy design Tom created with Britt. The board is a re-creation from the magic twin fins Tom remembers Al making him some 40 years ago. Updated with more refined rails and foil, fast and loose as the boards he remembers but with added drive and hold, and so is the perfect twin fin for surfers generally more oriented toward thrusters.
CI Mid is a modern classic design resulting from a fun collab with Devon Howard, a SoCal surfer that has spent the past two decades riding & refining the design.
Infuses with timeless vibe crispness, sensitivity, and freedom made possible by modern features synonymous with Merrick design principles. It scoots, squirts and swivels thanks to contemporary features like double-barrel concave, gradually accelerated rocker, and hard, slightly tucked rails through and off the tail.
This Vintage Fish Surfboard was owned, surfed and signed by Donavan. Shaped by Jim Fuller. Dating back to the 1970's, Jim was a renowned shaper. He was also a mentor to Matt Biolos, founder of Lost Surfboards.
Sharp Eye has had an amazing year. Winning shaper of year
with having 5 surfers in the finals riding Sharp Eye boards. The Sharp Eye Brand started with head shaper Marcio Zouvi, beginning his shaping career in the late 80's with Californian influences like Rusty, Linden and Al Merrick. Sharp Eye Surfboards focus on high performance shortboards designed with progressive surfing in mind to allow surfers to raise the bar.
Formerly owned and ridden by Kassia Meador's this hand carved Alaia is snowboard inspired outline designed to the wave's contours allowing locked in trim down the line and rail carves.Ideal for clean point break conditions. It has been resin coated so linseed oil does not need to be constantly applied. One of a kind.
The mission of the Embers Foundation comes to life in our three distinct strategic pillars. Each pillar strengthens the others, together establishing programs to support our environment, our communities and most importantly the firefighters and first responders that protect us.
Rewilding programs help prevent wildfires and other disasters by building healthy ecosystems through tree planting, brush clearing, river and beach cleanups, and educational programs.
Response programs provide first responders and communities with resources and survival necessities, including food, water, and emergency supplies at the time of a natural disaster.
Recovery programs concentrate on the long-term wellness of our first responders on a national scale, recognizing the mental health implications of their work. The Embers Foundation is focused on providing the tools necessary to diminish and alleviate post traumatic and other stressors.
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