Futures Fins

The Ride Number | Futures Fins The ride number associated with each Futures fin describes the feel of a fin, this feeling is represented on a scale  from 1 – speed control to 10 – speed generating. The closer the Ride Number gets to 10 the more springy, fluid and responsive your board will feel to help you generate your own speed. The closer you get to the Ride Number of 1 means your board will feel more solid, engaged and predictable at high speeds in […]

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Peregrine – CI Surfboards

CI Surfboards new model the Peregrine has turned lots of heads in DTL recently and for good reason. With a sleek out-line and channels through the tail, the Peregrine is all about down the line speed, quick transitions and big rail turns. It is a versatile board and is suited to all wave types. Nimble enough for a beach break yet solid enough under foot to handle steeper reef or point waves. This is what CI Surfboards have to say about The […]

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Ryan Lovelace

Here is an interview with Ryan Lovelace the creator of the buttery smooth VBowls and the Twin fin wonder the Piggy Back! We have an order in place with Ryan for a bunch of his boards that is due to land in early spring 2016. If you have any questions on his board models give us a call at the shop on 01736 757025 or drop us an e-mail at info@downthelinesurf.co.uk Share on Facebook

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McTavish Surfboards

The Australian shaping legend Bob McTavish has made us some stunning surfboards on his recent trip through Europe. Hand shaped by Bob and finished at the Olatu Factory in Spain, the boards are a work of art! Models stocked include: Pinnacle, Noosa 66, Dirt Nap, Involvement, Fireball Evo Squash Tail and the Tracker pictured below.. The boards will be added to the website for sale as soon as they arrive. For more info on the board models or advice on what to […]

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Stubbie

Michael Cundith’s Stubbie Share on Facebook

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