Flama Surf

Same shape than the Cranc Twin, equaly fast but more nervous and maneuverable. We keep it a bit heavier than it could be, because it gives more projection and power in turns. It's meant to be ridden in long pointbreaks, but you'll be superstoked in crappy tiny conditions too.

This a narrower and pintailed variation of our Truita –the classic Bali board from the film Morning of the Earth– to avoid the abrupt release of the diamond tail and gain trak in hollower waves. A board for classic surfing lovers, for drawing big clean lines in any kind of conditions and a perfect barrel hunter.

The F123 is made for concrete surfing: pumping through the city, slide down the streets, dance, crossteping and hanging ten for ever.

Classic but modern, light and versatile pintailed noserider. Surprising paddling power, feels as if it was a few inches longer and you were surfing butter. Great in all conditions, very stable and super easy to noseride. The pin tail offers better hold in bigger waves than the 9'0 version. Designed and shaped by Montjuich Surfboards.

Amazingly fast planing vehicle, very loose, with a surprising projection. It feels like an alaia, but with more bite thanks to the sharp rails and small fins. Behind the alaia, this is the fastest board you'll ever ride. Also, a super fun board in poor conditions.

Flama’s jawdropper. Inspired by the late 60’s noseriding surfboards, with a classic T-band (triple stringer). The F170 is build to master the art of crosstepping, trim and flow, while giving you the same feel as if you where longboarding on an andless perfect pointbreak.

Designed and shaped by Montjuich Surfboards, inspired by the 1968/1969 transitional boards. Still taking basical principles from the high performance longboards from 1967/1968. Feels and floats likea 9', and it smoothes the glide like anything you've surfed before.

Classic but modern, not so heavy and versatile board to master noseriding. Great in all conditions, very stable and super easy to walk on. Designed and shaped by Montjuich Surfboards.

Classic outline gun, wide point forward and Vee tail to go very big or very small  as well.  It's ment for big waves, but it can be a good all-around board for those who like riding big boards.

Classic but modern, light and versatile noserider. Surprising paddling power, feels as if it was a few inches longer and you were surfing butter. Great in all conditions, very stable and super easy to noseride. Designed and shaped by Montjuich Surfboards.

Our shortened version of the classic Bali board, the single fin that Steve Cooney was riding in Morning of the Earth. A board for singlefin lovers, good fun in any kind of conditions up to 4-5ft.

Super versatile handplane with a thrilling V-channel, made for all conditions. Whatever are the surf conditions, just paddle out and you'll be the happiest human in the line up. Includes a bag made with recycled cloth.

Same shape than the Cranc Twin, equaly fast but more nervous and maneuverable. We keep it a bit heavier than it could be, because it gives more projection and power in turns. It's meant to be ridden in long pointbreaks, but you'll be superstoked in crappy tiny conditions too.

DIY handplane kit, ready to shape. Shaping your own handplane is an easy and very satisfying job. Get creative and give form to whatever you imagine and have a rush bodysurfing your nearest shorebreak. Includes a bag made with recycled cloth.

Taking a Steve Lis template, with the standard issues of a Lis fish from 1970/1971. Recently we added a slight belly under the nose, to give more paddling power and better projection after turns. Thanks to this you can even ride it shorter than your regular fish. Also, the fins have been moved forward to make it more loose. Designed and shaped by...

Taking a Steve Lis template, with the standard issues of a Lis fish from 1970/1971. Recently we added a slight belly under the nose, to give more paddling power and better projection after turns. Thanks to this you can even ride it shorter than your regular fish. Also, the fins have been moved forward to make it more loose. Designed and shaped by...