A “longboard” is a round nosed board over 9’ in length with a full outline. They are often referred to as “Malibu” boards (which is where they evolved), or dungas (a derogatory term used by shortboarders usually). Traditionally they featured rounded rails and heavy glass, and were also lovingly known as logs.
Our modern equivalent is The Stylemaster. Todays longboards have become highly refined, using many of the design innovations of the last 40 years (like tail edge, multi-fins, concaves etc…) to enhance performance capabilities.Our HP is the embodiment of this.
These are a range of popular shapes that have stood the test of time. We continue to make them because they work.