Just arriving in the shop is the new Dane Reynolds model from Channel Islands Surfboards. The “Dane Freaking Reynolds” or DFR for short is a great board for those beautiful juicy head high summer days that are just around the corner.
No, not the “Dane Fred Rubble” the DFR is a new design from Dane freaking Reynolds. An ultra-modern short board, the plan-shape allows for a short rail line while maintaining drive. The bottom is predominately single concave and features an aggressive flip in exit rail rocker. A full outline provides enough volume to ride the DFR about the same length as your height. This short board is not only ready for big airs but also allows for the heaviest carves you can lay down.
This board is also available for custom order! Here is a video of Dane going nuts on his own board to keep you busy while you wait for us to open so you can get your hands on one of these!
Another victory for Kelly Slater. Winning the Volcom Fiji Pro last week on his 5’9″ Channel Islands Fred Rubble setup as a quad fin. Check out the highlights from the final day below!
Lib Tech has finally completed the surf/skate/snow trifecta, and boards are currently awaiting shipment. We have a big order written up for the new Lib Tech Surfboards. Coming early June, get stoked!
WE WILL CHANGE EVERYTHING YOU KNOW ABOUT SURFBOARDS!
Each of the 31 pieces used to construct our surfboards are new materials to the surf industry. 30 years experience crafting and riding high performance environmentally friendly composite surf, skate and snowboards went into designing our unique Waterboard process, materials, and shapes. Each fused homogenous surf structure is handcrafted in the USA with a focus on performance and environmentally friendly manufacturing and materials. Only the stainless steel fin screws remain the same. Waterboarding is now fun and healthy.
We will have our boards up on our Lib Tech Surfboards page as soon as they get here.