Over the last 20 years or more there has been so much emphasis on re-hashing older board designs and fin set-ups. Single fins, twins, finless, 2 + 1 set-ups, to match a huge variety of outlines, lengths and rockers etc. The subtle and not-so-subtle feelings they give us are beautifully challenging, inspiring and totally addictive.
Yet there are days when I personally crave the reliability and no fuss ride of a classic 3 fin thruster set up - A kind of no-brainer type approach, point and shoot, a board that behaves and you don’t have to question whether it will make the take off or fit in a particular part of the wave. From the literal streets of my childhood home-town of Lennox Head comes the Stewart St pintail, with memories of older Lennox guys ripping yet gliding on well shaped thrusters by Dad, Tony Cerff and Phil Myers to name a few.
The Stewart St has a fuller nose outline compared to those 80s boards, the wide point forward of half way, pulled into a tight pin tail. A low entry rocker with a hullish bottom, then flat vee with a slight double concave, a low sensitive rail, which foils out to a thin, accentuated tail rocker.
Along with its triple redwood glue-up and tasteful cut lap tinted lamination the Stewart St spans generations of surfboard design and has ingredients from all eras. The wash up is a beautiful surfboard, for all types of surfers in all types of waves.
We ship to Australia and all over the world. International shipping costs are influenced by the size and weight of the product and your location. Exact costs are calculated at checkout. For shipping rates on surfboards and further info click here.
We want you to be stoked with your purchase. If you receive any apparel or accessories products that you are unhappy with for any reason, simply return it to us within 14 days in the condition that you received it and we will happily exchange size or refund. Click here for more info.
Extra tail flip with excellent control in hollow waves that allow the fins to be further forward. A bigger sweet spot!
Cuts out wave bump and wind chatter. Looks epic and it’s strong too
Low sensitive rail that cuts a clean line and gives more control in more serious waves