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As Longboarding evolves, we seem to be heading in the direction where it all began, back to the log. Log’s nowadays however are not just the unrefined piece of redwood they once used to be. It’s true, they are defined by particular specifications though there are so many variations within this. From the traditional 60s style shape with wide hips and pinched rails to progressive logs with tail lift and concaves, we stock them all and can custom make them to suit your every need.
Lives: Caloundra, QLD, Australia DOB: Apr 12, 2002 Rides: 5’8 Quad Performance Shortboard9’0 Competitor Model Longboard9’4 Hybrid Log Results: 2019 Alexandra Headland Winter Classic Open Men’s Logger – 2nd2019 Alexandra Headland Winter Classic Open Men’s 9ft – 6th2019 Queensland U18 State Logger Titles – 1st2019 Queensland U18 State Titles U18 Men’s Longboard – 3rd2019 Crescent […]
Congratulations to our team riders who competed at the Queensland State Titles over the weekend. Kathryn Hughes taking out the Open Women’s division in a very close final with our team rider Kirra Molnar in 2nd. Riley Thomson took out the U18 Logger division. All three will be heading to the Australian Titles later this […]
Our shaper Peter White has based the Competitor Model on viewing the current WSL World Longboard Tour and judging criteria. Heading towards the more traditional style of longboarding, this model has a very wide nose with deep single concave for stability, so you can feel sturdy hanging 5 or 10 tight in the pocket. While […]
Congratulations to our two team riders Riley Thomson and Kirra Molnar competing for their clubs on the weekend at the SLS State board riding titles in Palm Beach. Kirra Molnar took out the Open Women’s Longboard and picked up a 3rd in the Shortboard. Riley placed 3rd in the Open Men’s Longboard and 4th in […]
Pro surfer, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu instructor and musician, Andre Derizans is one talented human. Currently prepping for the WSL Taiwan Open World Longboard Championships, I thought I’d ask Andre a quick 10 questions about his surfing, surfboards, the surfing culture in Hawaii and competing. When did you first start surfing? Do you remember your first […]
Charlotte Bayliss Pic: Sam Hanks, A little while back we sent a few longboards over to surfers living on a small Island off the coast of France called Jersey. Not somewhere I’d heard of before meeting Charlotte Bayliss and Ben Haworth who visit Noosa to compete in the Noosa Festival of Surfing. Charlotte is a great […]
Last week the Australian Longboard Open was held at Kingscliff. This was also an LQS event for our Australian surfers to gain a few more QS points towards their campaign. With very small conditions making this a challenge, all competitors were able to put on a fantastic display of surfing in all divisions throughout […]
After a bigger board, more volume or something that just floats better, but not too heavy? Especially with the flat spell we’ve had all down the East coast so far this summer. Classic Malibu has been working on a few boards with more buoyancy and less weight, just in case you want to carry it […]