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Deathless 'Dead Cat' Longboard - 8'4

$699.00

Our traditional style nose rider is offered in the 8ft range so everyone can hang 10. Well suited for flatter faced waves but very much at home on a long point break. A well balanced log with 50/50 rails, Subtle nose concave and soft roll Vee...

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Diverse 'Nose Rider' Mal - Green 9'1-9'6

$749.00

Our Nose Rider is characterised by the soft rounded rails, flatter rocker in the front, with lift along with a scooped out tail, heavier in weight and a big single fin. It does one thing clearly better than any other board in the range... Nose ride...

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Free Flight 'Performer 9' Longboard

$749.00

Also a performance longboard offered in the 9 foot range designed with a more modern rocker and outline than the tribal elder. It features a full nose with a round pin tail. It comes with a fin box, plus FCS 2 side fin plugs for versatility and ease for...

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Free Flight 'Tribal Elder' 9'4"

$799.00

The Tribal Elder is modelled of the 60s Australian boards at the peak of the longboard era. It is currently being ridden by some of Australia's best longboarders. It offers the rider the glide and manoeuvrability of the best boards of that golden...

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Free Flight Lotus Mid-Length 6'10-7'10

$499.00

The Free Flight lotus is a great Mid-Length addition to your quiver. This board suits surfers from beginner to advanced. For the beginners, it provides balance and stability, allowing to ease into turning. For advanced surfers, it will perform in...

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Maywood Longboard - 8'4

$699.00

The Maywood Longboard is a 1940's inspired Pig style hull bottom with some more modern tweaks.   A traditional pig style longboard generally has the widest point well further towards the tail from mid point. This allows for a rounder plan shape...

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Maywood Longboard - 9'4ft

$749.00

The Maywood Longboard is a 1940's inspired Pig style hull bottom with some more modern tweaks.   A traditional pig style longboard generally has the widest point well further towards the tail from mid point. This allows for a rounder plan shape...

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