Our Promise To You

Our Environmental Promise: We use Forest Stewardship Council certified woods or woods salvaged from downed trees. All our boards are glassed with epoxy resin which is cleaner for our environment and emits 50-75% less Volatile Organic Compounds than polyester resin. In our shop we have moderate ventilation and no need for a mask when glassing. Epoxy is lighter and stronger than polyester. Our wood boards are nearly indestructible and should last a lifetime. Each board is quality crafted for strength, durability and concern for our environment.

Your Satisfaction Promise: Ride our boards for 30 days. If you don't like it, return it.

CONTACT: Dan Johnston BlindDogSurfboards@yahoo.com Tom Allen (01-404-229-4223) TraditionSurfboards@gmail.com

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Aug 22, 2012

Marriage of Two Woods

Last Summer Charlie bought one of our woodie nose riders. Living North of Wilmington, NC gives him and his crew some really good surfing waters. Aside from surfing, Charlie has a rather good eye for photography. I asked about that fin and Charlie said "Rainbow Fin Co, Classic skeg, Longboard House got it fo me and they put these pics on their FB pages and had ALOT of likes!"


Aug 14, 2012

7'6" All Cedar Fish

For Sale: $790

Sold

 Just started this board. Found some awesome Western Cedar at Anchor Hardwoods in Wilmington, NC. Very nice people and browsing is encouraged. They will also surface your wood at no charge. Great people.



Last deck strip...finally. /\


Top side, tail is no where near shaped. Bottom just finished positioning FCS plugs for quad fin layout. :)

Balsa blocks for gluing on tail block strips \/
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Aug 5, 2012

Tommy Reilly

Tommy came to Tom Allen just after Blind Dog tossed out its first woodie. Tommy wanted to build a 9'8" long board for his school senior project. His project came out rather good, considering it was his first wood board. It needed some reworking and Tom took it back and swapped it for one Tom had just finished one of our traditional 9'8" longboards, around 3.5" nose and 3" tail rocker. Not a hard core nose rider. Well Tom proved the first time he road one our woodies, 'it doesn't need to be a nose rider to be nose ridden. Here are pictures from last week up at Bald Head Island, NC.