Built to last with full-sandwich construction!

Our boards have an “alive” feel to them, unlike many pop-out production boards which are heavy and dead feeling on the water. They are built to last for many years — NOT DISPOSABLE! You will pay a bit more for a custom board, but you’ll find after just one ride that your money is very well spent.

Rogue Wave boards are available in a range of lengths, from 5ft 2″ to 6ft. 8″ – to suit all levels of riders and all riding conditions. We work with you to determine the best size for your needs.

How strong are they? We have not had a single board break from jumping to date, so yeah, they’re pretty tough!


Weights range from 6 lbs (2.7 kg) to 8.5 lbs (3.8 kg) depending on size and intended use. If you’re surfing the board and not jumping too much, we will make it light weight. If you’re jumping a lot, we more carbon, and heavier fiberglass top and bottom.


  • Full sandwich construction (top, rails, and bottom) – extremely durable.
  • Fully wrapped laminations. There are multiple layers of fiberglass on the rails plus the sandwich material!
  • Carbon fiber reinforcing in specific areas – no heel dents.
  • Quad-fin or traditional thruster tri-fin with Future fin boxes.
  • Multiple footstrap inserts (if required).
  • Warranted against manufacturer’s defects for the life of the board — even our lightweight boards are built to last for many years of heavy use. Not warranted against breakage due to flat landings or abuse, but they are over-built and we’ve never broken or had a kite-surf board delaminate for any reason!

Our CRS technology uses clear fiberglass and resin over the foam on the bottom and rails which makes the boards incredibly durable. It’s difficult to scratch the resin finish because it is much tougher than traditional primer/paint systems. You get the classic surfboard look and feel, with the all the  advantages of composite/sandwich construction. The deck is painted in the usual way using automotive paint and clear-coat.

We are the only board builder in the world using this construction method and it’s truly the answer for people who want ultra-light weight, but not disposable boards.

Below are some of the last boards we’ve finished…

Ron's surfboard 5'8



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