Each wood surfboard is custom made to any dimension, length, width, rocker, or shape.

These are not a mass produced surfboard built from a kit

Mission Wood Surfboards is one of only a few surfboard builders in the world who chamber their surfboards.  Built one at a time, the process requires time, skill and precision workmanship.  The results are a uniquely individual piece of usable, surfable, heirloom quality art.

The pride you'll feel in owning a Mission Wood Surfboard is similar to owning a fine car, a unique yacht or a collectable piece of art.




Go to the
Alaias and Decorative page and click on the picture for more pictures of this board.

Authentic Hawaiian Style Early 1900's Alaia
7'6" Paulownia with 8 Cedar Stringers





    

Go to the Surfboard page and click on the picture for more pictures of this board.
(Blank glued up. Ready to cut and start shaping.)

9' 6" Surfboard 
Paulownia with 7 Redwood Stringers and Ebony Tail Block



 

Sacred Craft Expo in Santa Cruz California - 3/2011

Hand out from Sacred Craft Expo

As many options as a foam Surfboard

 
Click 
here for a Video from the Expo




Rough blank prior to shaping and chambering

Same board....Finished!




The chambering process

Solid wood surfboards hollowed within 3/8" to 1/4" thickness, staggered structural chambers 9-10".



Hollowed sections put back together for final shaping, then glassed with
s-glass and epoxy resin for a super strong and very light, responsive wood surfboard.

For wood surfboard orders or information e-mail me at mike@missionwoodsurfboards.com