This range of alaias –or planks– are inspired by the ones made in California back in the 1940's, and they are conceived as decorative items. Of course they can be ridden, although they are a bit heavier and stiffer than a standard alaia. They're made with paulownia mixed with other harder tropical woods, such as African mahogany or teka.
Warning: Last items in stock!
Sizes:Up to 7'
Classic option: two stringers; African mahogany or other available woods
DeLuxe option: according to your specifications
Bottom: slight belly
Deck: slightly doomed
Tail: anything is possible, just let us know what you want
Thickness: 22 to 28mm
All Flama surfboards are handmade one by one, and we don’t make mass production. That is why we allow a period of 8/10 weeks to make your surfboard, a bit less in case of blanks. Once we start with your board, we'll be sending you pictures of the whole process so you can follow how your board is being made
It's possible to decorate or personalize the board with dye, pyrography drawings and other techniques. Let us know your ideas and we'll see if it fits in the "decoration" option. Also, it's possible to decorate the board yourself –or by an artist you know: we can ship the board with only a base coat aplied (wood preserver), compatible with dye, acrylic, Poska or many other techniques. The finish treatment can be done with an uncolored satin varnish for outdoor parquet flooring (any of the products available in the market should do well).
SHIPPING OUTSIDE EU
We discard overseas shipping due to the expensive customs rates. Anyway, if you're super amped and want a Flama surfboard no matter the price, just lets us know and we'll study the best way to make the shipping. Also let us know if you're interested in getting two or more boards, since in this case shipping prices do not vary that much and it can be much affordable.
VISIT WWW.FLAMASURF.COM TO KNOW MORE ABOUT OUR EXCLUSIVE BUILDING METHOD AND HOW WE DO IT.
CHECK THE FLAMA INSTRUCTION MANUAL TO KNOW HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR BOARD.
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