Your age, weight, height, shoe size and level of surfing (be honest on this one folks!) are all important. Where you intend to use the board, and for what type of waves is also a factor. If you have a bit of history of the boards you have surfed and liked or disliked, length, width, thickness, or liters this will come in handy.
Yes it is always wise to mail us and check if we have the board you are looking for in stock as you will eliminate the waiting time on production.
Your surfboard will be priced depending on the length of the model and any extras you may want I.E. fin system, carbon patches, airbrush, S glass etc. This total will be mailed to you and the form of payment discussed after your approval of the final price.
This will depend on the amount of production at the time of the order. But normally you can count on three weeks maximum. That is a production number and if a board is shipped it may be a bit longer because of shipping time.
Depending on where you live in Portugal or any other European country we can email you the cost upon the inquiry or order of your surfboard. One fact to keep in mind is that we can package up to three boards in one pack so it is cheaper if you are ordering a quiver or together with friends.
Yes it is possible but it must be prearranged with the office to make sure the shaper is available. Normally most questions can be taken care of by mail or telephone.
Nearly anything can be painted on a surfboard, the difficulty of the design will influence the price. If you send us a design of what you want we will quote you a price. Please make sure to define if it is on the deck bottom or both sides of the surfboard.
We have included a liter table on our site that makes it simple to understand the bases of liters and how they work in your board. I do feel that as time goes by each surfer comes to find his ideal liter number through experience. Yes we can adjust the liters in all models to suit you; however certain models may be designed as a high liter surfboard or a low liter surfboard.
Polyester resin on a P.U. blank dries fast in the production faze but has a slow cure time. We suggest to all clients that they allow their surfboard to cure for at least 14 days from the time they receive their new board. Curing your surfboard will make for a harder finish therefore extending its life.
Mail it to us and we will get back to you. If it ends up being a frequent one it will find its way to this list.