Vortex Custom Surfboards now available! Come in and see us about creating the perfect board to suit you.
Lighter, faster and stronger! The new Chilli Rarebird in the latest EPS Epoxy/ carbon 50/50 construction have arrived in store. Come in and check them out while stocks last.
The third of the NEW Vortex Surfboard models is a slightly tweeked up favourite, The AXE 2. This popular model has been narrowed 1/4″ in all sizes under 6’2″, while retaining it’s volume in larger sizes up to 6’10”. Now in traditional PU / Poly construction with carbon pads and Futures thruster set-up. A best seller just got better!
Three NEW models of Vortex Surfboards will be in store next week. The second is “The GRINDER”. Ranging from grom sized 5’2″ through to tube riders 6’4″, this is a performance short board that can also be up sized for intermediates just starting to shred. PU/ Poly construction with carbon pads and Futures thruster set-up. Come in and test a demo. www.vortexsurfskatesnow.com.au
Three NEW models of Vortex Surfboards will arrive in store next week. One of these is “The HACKSAW”. Ranging from 5’5″ to 6’5″ this board is a great allrounder for small to overhead waves. Constructed from EPS core and Epoxy resin it has 5 Future fin box’s for versatility. A quality allround board for a great price. www.vortexsurfskatesnow.com.au
The new boards have arrived and we are stoked with the shapes, quality and price! EPS core, Epoxy resin with Biaxial cloth, FCS and Futures fin systems and a shape and size to suit everyone. Come in and check em out.
Vortex Surfboards, 4 models, stacks of sizes, EPS core, Epoxy resin, Strong Biaxial cloth, light weight, aku shapes, HAND finished, HAND glassed, great price, PERFECT! #notlongnow #vortexsurfboards #performanceforeveryone
Four models to be released soon! Quality, affordable boards to suit all styles and ability.
Vortex Team Rider Walt Hiatt doing what he does best! Clip by the talented Henry McKay, give him a follow on Instagram.
During the Easter holidays Rohan got out with the GoPro to shoot this little clip of some of the local groms ripping up Cape Seconds. Good to see them having fun!