Last week we had an opportunity to check out the Wefi Surfboards workshop, an amazing place on Vancouver Island where they are handcrafting hollow cedar surfboards. Not only are these boards a million times more sustainable than foam boards but there is also the added benefit of experiencing more feeling and vibration in your ride. If you wanna test out your DIY skills you can even go and make your own surfboard at Randy’s shop. Just check out the Orca board in the second photos for some west coast inspiration. To learn more about this incredible company make sure you pick up a copy of the latest issue of LATER.mag and head over to the Wefi Surfboards website.
“A cedar boards store 300gm of carbon whereas a traditional foam board emits 400lbs of carbon.” Randy Weflan