As the surfing world becomes increasingly aware of our industry’s contribution to ecological issues, surfboards made from more sustainable materials are becoming increasingly popular.
Indeed, here at Wavelength we often bring you stories, both in the magazine and online, of craft sculpted from all sorts of materials, however they rarely contain much information regarding the nuts and bolts of how it all goes together. So to shed some light, here’s a nicely put together clip we stumbled across recently, featuring Grain Surfboards and a detailed look at the production process.
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