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Octovo X Tilley Surfboards

Octovo is a travel brand known for their bags and luggage, for their second Off Map collaboration project, they worked with Southern Oregon-based Tilley Surfboards and created five individual designs built using Tilley’s method of combining local, custom milled wooden skins and components with hand-shaped foam. The boards have different shapes to match a wide range of conditions for traveling surfers, they feature their own graphic theme and come with a leash cup cast in titanium or bronze. Each board is paired with a tailored, balanced carrying bag fitted with leather-covers at the nose and tail, for protecting your precious board on the road. watch the video




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HAMBOARDS

The history of Hamboards, revolves around a family of seven surfers from Huntington Beach, California. The project took eight years to be completed, and the result, is feeling like you’re out in the water on your surfboard... Surfers and skate boarders from around the world, order the extra-long skateboard for a fun, classic and different ride....
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HESS SURFBOARDS

Danny Hess turned his passions for surfing and carpentry into a profession. Hess Surfboards are beautiful, high-performance boards made from sustainable materials. Danny crafts every board by hand from his workshop in San Francisco. Check out is beautiful work....
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AIRBOARD

Looking for a new snow toy for the slopes this year? Check out Airboard, an inflatable sled that makes you feel like you are hovering over the snow. Made of high-quality polyurethane covered textiles, the portable Airboard is light and extremely durable, and thanks to its flexible air body, it absorbs slope unevenness and bumps giving you a smooth ride. Steer by shifting your weight, and to brake simply turn your airboard at a 90° angle to your downhill direction, j...
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