Our mission is to grow surf culture beyond the beach to new landscapes, allowing people to surf everywhere with a quiver of boards to suit a variety of waveforms. From the Ocean to the Streets to the Snow. The design of the crafts are directly inspired by the classic shapes of surfboards developed over the last half century with the purpose to combine the rider’s approach with the slope to optimize performance.
The Salmon is an expanded version of our previous super wide shape the 4’10 Powfish. While we pride ourselves on extra width underfoot for superior float and the elimination of toe/heel drag, our Size 13-15 US booted riders asked for more because they have always needed it and the industry rarely listened. So we crafted a limited batch at 5’3 (162cm) and 13” (33cm) underfoot this season specifically for them.
The Whiskey Jack, like its avian namesake, is a discerning opportunist. Designed to be as comfortable soaring through wide open terrain as it is darting from stash to stash, it is a board made for the Cascades. Ample rise in the nose and a c-notched tail coupled with 26mm of taper will keep you on top of everything the mountain provides, from bottomless powder to wet chunder.
In the Big Board category the Mega Fish acts like its smaller counterpart the GoldFish off the tail but adds a whole lot more nose and extended running length allowing it charge deep pow and big lines.
New for winter 2021:Evolved the dynamics for uphill travel: Posi-Drive Camber and a lightweight carbon construction. Shape translated from the 6' Diamond Quad by Seth Cannon Surfcraft utilizing the wide base, flat rocker and rolled hull.
For when it's double overhead. With an extended running package up front for added drive and early nose rocker lift, reverse taper shaves off drag against the wave face while the wings hold the edge out the back and low rock pin tail for support without any excess.
In accordance with the biodynamics of its aquatic namesake, the Goldfish, this fishtail board is short and wide, the nose lifts and the tail dips for maximum buoyancy and front foot drive in bottomless powder, gliding from edge to edge across the rolled hull base, it makes for quick turns to bob and weave between the trees and slash tight pockets.
This is our board for the petite rider. A culmination of 4 years of R&D with a variety of gals, groms, and smaller dudes (size 6-9 US boot) we strived to create a shape which amplifies performance with ease, grace and fluidity.
As its ocean counterpart - this board is shaped to handle big and small terrain without any excess. With high performance maneuverability the long sidecut and reverse taper drive the trimline across the face without drag, while the tight radius under the back foot cutback on a dime.
Shape translated from the 6' Diamond Quad by Seth Cannon Surfcraft utilizing the wide base, flat rocker and rolled hull.
Hang Loose and glide through low angle and deep powder. The 5’10 Log is our experiment with knee high rolling terrain full of laid back style essential for loose hanging trim and drop knee cutbacks.
We shape (and are shaped by) Community. Designed by female and grom riders for an efficient and enjoyable riding experience in powder and on groomers.
A performance board For the Groms. For too long being young in snowboarding equated to being a beginner. But with kids starting to ride younger and younger, by the time they are 8-12 years old the are capable technically and skillfully stylistic to rail carves and charge pow. This board is for these kids - groms - the next generation of snow surfers who are not stuck in the old park twin centric ways or bad habits, rather open to exploration of the mountain wave.
Meet Ricardo Cotto, he had ridden boards from 30+ brands and as his snowboarding continued to evolve, the major brands simply weren’t producing boards to fit his flow. That winter he got his feet under a SoulMotion GoldFish and the progression of his turns changed forever.