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Nose rebuilt on this Adams Glider.

Unfortunately a lot of dings happen out on dry land, this was dropped and the impact

crushed the glass and foam…a little filler was required and re glassing to make seaworthy


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An impacted deck via a baggage handler, after rebuilding with

multiple layers of glass and a white tinted resin.

Enjoy Martin.

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Two Firewire surfboards in for repairs before heading of to


Enjoy Rich.



An Adams lil donkey  surfboard in for two small puncture repairs.

Even though they’re small repairs,

they  require a small amount of resin filler,

then laminated with 4oz glass fiber,

fill coated and faired into its surroundings.

Time proven repair techniques for a lasting repair..






Leash damage…


Resin tinted and fully reinforced with multiple layers of glass and a curvaceous profile to add strength to this area of impact.


Bing Darma Surfboard 

Click above on the link for board info.




Looking forward to 2017 🙂


Going away surfing for a year,

and you crush your fin box just before you are due to leave…

My workshop Elves provided the a “Quick turnaround”

for Sam ready for his travels with this superbrand toy surfboard

Enjoy Sam.

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This Forth Doofer in for a rail repair,

(click the link  above to learn more about this Forth surfboard)

drop in’s happen 😦

Rebuilt with time tested techniques that last,

look great and maintain performance.



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Imagine surfacing from a wipeout or a dismount and seeing your leash rope has cheese wired the tail of your surfboard.

Session ended 😦

Go and check / shorten your leash rope –

hope this helps as its extremely common.



When you drop your Channel Islands surfboard #4 and bust the tail 😦

All rebuilt maintaining all the original profiles to keep this

 Dane Reynolds designed board flying.