Although Grain is a brand that’s best known for its classically-inspired, environmentally-conscious surfboard offerings, that’s not to say that the Maine-based outfit only caters to those who can hang ten. On the contrary, it also makes a range of designs that’ll have you bodyboarding better than any department store boogie board ever could.
Just take ‘The Woogie,’ for instance. Based on the traditional Hawaiian belly board design — known as a “paipo” — it comes crafted from solid cedar wood with a durable all-natural finish. As such, it can be ridden prone on everything from small surf to steep critical waves, ensuring that you get the most fun from your time out on the water. But The Woogie isn’t just any belly board; it’s a special release shaped by Grain founder Mike LaVecchia and hand-painted by Maine-based artist Ty Williams. In other words, it’s quite the catch. Limited to just 30 boards in total, it’s available now for $625 exclusively through Huckberry.
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