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Maria Riding Company Surfboards

We recently featured a great looking custom BMW motorbike by Maria Riding Company, a workshop in Lisbon - Portugal. After snooping around their website we found out they also create beautifully designed surfboards shaped by renowned board shaper Nick Uricchio. The boards are real works of art, designed to combine the old spirit look with the modern powerful performance, they feature handmade wood fins with beautiful patterns. Check out their website for the full collection.



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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 ca...
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SUP Hydrofoil

Take your SUP (Stand up Paddle) to another level with the GoFoil for SUP, and seamlessly hover on top of water. People have been outfitting their surfboards with hydrofoils for many years now, but only now someone figured out how to rig SUP boards with the same thing. GoFoil attaches to the bottom of your board, and once you hit a certain speed (usually happens when you catch a wave), the GoFoil will lift the board and rider from the water giving a unique sensation ...
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AHUA SURFBOARDS

AHUA is a Portuguese startup, they make beautifully crafted Alaia Surfboards. Alaia is a thin, round-nosed, square-tailed surfboard ridden in pre-20th century Hawaii. The most distinguishing characteristic in relation to modern surfboards is the fact that Alaia boards have no fins, which allows a new sense of freedom on the wave. These boards create little friction and like to go fast on the wave. The Ahua alaias are custom made especially for each client, through a...
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