A pocket sized performance shortboard with a short, stubby outline for increased fun & flaring on smaller days. Extra width and volume offer up heaps of acceleration for launching fly away airs and some increased rocker out the pulled in tail is there to assist with rapid redirection.
Fun ridden with 3, 4 or 5 fins (more if you’d like).
There is a special day in the surfer’s journey when he picks up his first custom surfboard. Today was that day for my 5 year old son. He’d been riding a tired old 5’6” epoxy Compactor of mine for the past year and he was ready for something more to scale. The end result wasMORE
Fresh new COMPACTOR sporting Brazilian flag colored spray/Futures fin box combo for a little extra paddle mojo and lineup intensity. On a related note, here’s some handy Portuguese surf vocabulary and general surf wisdom to keep in your back pocket… Pegar um tubo é o ponto alto do dia do surfista. - Getting barreled is the highlightMORE
Featured Model: COMPACTOR 5’3″ x 18 1/2″ x 2 1/8″ round tail with Futures thruster/quad option and carbon deck patchesMORE
Featured model: COMPACTOR 5’8″ x 19″ x 2 1/4″ with Futures thruster setup and sky blue opaque resin work courtesy of the boys at brownshed.tumblr.com.MORE
Featured model: COMPACTOR 6’0″ x 20 1/4″ x 2 5/8″ with Futures thruster setup and wrap around chain gang jail stripes.MORE
Yann is a good friend of mine and HEAVY uppers local/ripper . Keep an eye out for him and be sure to complement his first of a kind gold leaf Grumper decals. Featured model: COMPACTOR round 5’8″ x 19 3/8″ x 2 3/8″, XPS/epoxy with FCS thruster setup, carbon fiber deck patches, turq jail stripesMORE
XPS/epoxy COMPACTOR with custom airspray and fabric inlay. Featured board dimensions: 5’10″ x 19 3/4″ x 2 1/2″MORE
I met Javi last year on a trip to Costa Rica, at the time he was managing Matos Surf, a surf shop in Tamarindo. The surf was flat and I had folded a fin on the only groveler that I had on the trip. Long story short, I took the board to the shop toMORE