Inflatable and hard paddle boards are two of the most popular types of paddle boards on the market today. Both offer unique advantages and disadvantages, so it is important to consider which type of board is right for you before making a purchase.
Long Strange Trip – Wood Surfboard
This unique grateful dead inspired wood surfboard is ready for your next adventure in the waves.
The Paul Jensen inspired 5’9” Fish. Original shape by Steve Lis. This board encompasses a timelessly proven ride. This wood surfboard has a mostly flat bottom that gives the planning speed you’d want on the waves or behind the boat.
Sized for a rider up to a 200 pounds.
- 3-1/4” rocker at nose
- No rocker at tail
|Dimensions||69 × 21 × 2.5 in|
Fin Style 3” fixed twin fins cantered at 15%
1 in stock
1 in stock
Each piece of sustainably forested wood is hand-milled, tuned to perfection, and precisely placed right where it should be. Our boards tell us a story and we listen.
Answering the FAQ, learn all about how our paddleboards are built.
Pro SUP Athlete Girard Middleton from Sobe Surf & Paddle gives his review on the look and feel of the ride of a Little Bay Board.
Take a peek into our world-class wooden SUP manufacturing facility in Petoskey, Michigan.
Spark your imagination then let it run wild! Collaborating with our customers is what we love to do! Check out some of the custom paddle boards we’ve built in the past.
How to Care for your Little Bay Board - Wooden PaddleboardOVERVIEWWhile our boards are pretty darn durable, let's face the facts, you purchased the "BMW" of paddleboards. Would you take your BMW two-tracking and mudding? Maybe? We are not to judge. But generally,...