I'd like to introduce you to a microboard company and up and comer. Already hitting the podium on the Endless Wake Tour with their pro rider Nathan Irwin.
Cool guys run this. Surfer owned they started making Surfboards down in Webster Texas and now have moved into Wakesurfing and SUP as everyone has to make a living you know.
My man Brock Dumoit has had a very fun, to say the least, time designing and making this board for me. I think I may have the only Doomswell in the Chicagoland area. These guys are pro's though. My board was shaped by Gordon and was made custom for me.
4'5" Swallow tail (fish) with custom US Navy digital camo rails. The Fly Fish. (Board was made in honor of my brother Deployed right now on the USS San Antonio)
This is a series of photos I saved from the making of the board and another just like it without the rails.
There is something to be said about having a custom board made for you. For your weight, and riding style.
Check them out at www.doomswell.com
or on FB at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dooms...109057?fref=ts
They make all kinds of wakesurf boards not just the swallow tail version. I travel to my coastal clients with a 5'10" Pig (fat swallowtail) and met up with Doomswell to get some repairs done. We met and started talking about wakesurfing and how he was getting into making wakesurf boards now. Being from Texas and a surfer ... well, I'm sure some of you have tried to surf the Gulf. And well, when there ain't no swell, Wakesurf. He showed me around his shop and we made a deal to make a custom wakesurfer for this season.
I'd like to see some support from you guys on this board company. Call Brock and tell him what you are looking for and he will make it for you. Any amount of rocker you want, any shape, size, colors, graphics, you name it. Get a custom board and stop buying that Ronix & Hyperlite crap.
Enough talk. Photo's
Agenda Surf Traction pad
Futures Fins (Stretch honeycombs w/400 quads) (I ride without the rears)
Fly Fish is its name
I'll follow you, Take this
Airing it out (Couldn't actually grab a photo of the board and me in the air today. Maybe next time.)
Same thing, photo just a tad late but a good smash on the top of the wave.
All in all, a great ride today, that has long been waited for.
Take your foot off the brakes people. Ride a custom, handmade board.
NOTE: I do not make these boards. Or sell them. Please contact Brock or I can answer any questions you might have about my board.