Handcrafted with exactly one-gazillion segments of wood, this hollow-wood surfboard is strip-built over a wood frame.

I used a forest’s worth of lumber species in this piece including, but not limited to: poplar, redwood, butternut, teak, pine, paulownia, balsa, sycamore, acacia, cherry, Alaskan yellow cedar, western red cedar, koa, some really cool iridescent African mahogany, and whatever else I forgot.

A classic “Gun” shape, it measures 7’ x 20” x 2-7/8”