Monthly Archives: August 2019

Fat Elvis in the house!

I had a dream I met fat Elvis. He told me to eat more peanut butter and name a surfboard model after him, so I did! Meet fat Elvis! He’s a small wave hybrid with extra volume, but don’t be fooled, this big boy is as quick as a wink, and moves like a cat! […]

Rasta Step-up

This Rasta themed nugget is the Step-up from my Flavor 59 model, and it’s available now as the Flavor 63! Compared to the Flavor 59, the Flavor 63 has additional entry rocker, a slightly pulled in tail template, and some extra volume under the chest for paddling power. Something to think about with winter right […]

Cloth inlay with Red Pin-line

Cloth inlays are an easy way to make your board as individual as you are, and there’s nothing like a black, or colored pin-line to finish things off!  

T-band stringer, and through box leash strings available!

Redwood and Bass T-band stringer, with a through the fin box leash string. These options are available separately, or together!

Orange Crush

Looking for something to ride on those lazy summer afternoons? Then I think this cute little diamond tail is just what you need. She’s so orange, so sweet, and so juicy… I don’t know about you, but I can’t resist the temptation any longer!

Something Artsy

This customer left me to my own devices when it came to the artwork on his board. It’s the most challenging type of request I get. I was graciously asked to, “Do something from the inner mind of Tore, in yellow, black, and red”… needless to say, I’d rather get a bit more input, but […]

Custom Artwork

Custom artwork is one of my favorite things about being a surfboard builder! I love the challenge of a difficult ask, and look forward to creating the board you envision!

Flavor 63

This is Lilly checking out the Tore Surfboards, Flavor 63 model! It’s a step-up from the Flavor 59 model. Designed with down the line speed, holding power, and tight pocket turns in mind. It’s ideal for head high to overhead surf!

Five fin Bonzer

Something for me!

shaping experiences

These two boards are the result of my first “shaping experience” with a father and son visiting from San Francisco …I gave them instruction, and they both got to work on their new boards… they loved it!

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