Iris Surf Board

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Rumor has it that skateboarding was actually started by a handful of surfers here in California that were looking to recreate that same feeling of shredding waves (when there were no waves available that is) – on the asphalt. If these stories are true, then the Iris Surf Board is the perfect way to honor the tradition.

These surfboards are constructed from an EPS recycled form core that has been covered in recycled skateboard veneer to give it that gorgeous look. Each one is also coated with Entropy Super Sap CLR Bio based resin to ensure it can take the beating that salt water dishes out during each session. Considering the unique construction method, it comes as no surprise that each Iris board is different from the next. No price point is revealed on the brand’s website, but they do offer the option to reach out for a custom build. [Purchase]

Iris Surf Board 2

Iris Surf Board 3

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