These painted surfboards are collaborations with other shapers. They come as traditional foam and glass boards or beautiful hand built custom ancient Hawaiian designs called Alaias. The alias are built with different woods. Redwood, cedar, old growth Sequoia and Paulownia are some of the wood types commonly used. Then I choose a theme, usually based off of a location such as California, Hawaii, or specific locales like Malibu, LA, or the mountains
This Hawaiian themed Alaia has a totem of Hawaiian surf history. It is two sided so you can display it horizontally or vertically. It is also signed by two great surfers from Hawaii, Gerry Lopez and Reno Abellira which adds to the special value of the board.
Hawaiian Surf History Painted Surfboard
Availability: 1 in stock
78 long x17 wide x.6 thick
Old growth Sequoia and Paulownia wood was used to shape it. Acrylic paint.