Established in 2001, Album Surfboards has a focus on performance driven surfing and alternative shapes. Album Surfboards is a truly Californian surfboard company, with a showroom and headquarters in San Clemente and it's full production facility in Oceanside. Head Shaper Matt Parker creates one of a kind, uniques shapes that are designed to increase fun and promote progression in your surfing by opening up your mind to new feels. Album is focused on speed and manoeuvrability through the development of clean lines, contours and curves. Their surfboard customization tailors boards specifically to each individual making sure every customer is surfing the perfect board for their size, weight and ability. Recently Album has been pioneering the Asymmetrical board movement releasing a series of alternate tail shapes such as the Fascination and the Disasym that have been regarded as an addictive spice up to your normal quiver.
The Polyphonic is a prime example of modern fish versatility. You can surf this board when the waves are small and sloppy and when it picks up the pulled in outline lets you carve. Ride it 4-6 inches shorter than your shortboard and a little wider. The Polyphonic is Album Surf's most versatile board. A combination of shortboard style and fish looks, this board is a board for almost all conditions. With a low entry rocker and deep single into a double concave, this board wants to be ridden daily.
Best in waves at least shoulder high and bigger, the Ledge loves juicy hollow waves. Heaving beach breaks, hollow point, or long barreling reefs, this is a must-have in your quiver.
The real purpose of the Ledge is to get barreled in critical surf. The wide point forward a bit, beveled deck and tapered rails, this board is designed to get you into those critical waves early, get you down the line and get you barreled.
The Swing is really best in all conditions. Knee high and mushy to head high and barreling. Punchy beach breaks or lined up points, the Swing loves it all.
The Swing is designed to be very versatile for the waves it can handle. A little wider and shorter than your traditional shortboard, but keep the same thickness. Add in the rounded out tail and bottom contours, and you have a board that not only will fit snug in a tight pocket or surfing in the tube but will handle smaller mushy was as well.
A fairly versatile board, the Freeform can be surfed in anything from 1 foot to head high, mushy, punchy or lined up. Depending on the fin configuration, you will have the surf of your life on this board.
A great all-around alternative shape, the Freeform is touted as a lazy alternative to your traditional shortboard. Slight wider, a little more volume in all the right places, proven rocker templates and your option of tail and fin configuration gives this board the ultimate free form.
The Album Doom has a slightly concave deck and performs best in smaller swell. Catching waves is easy with the volume in this board combined with it's fuller rails. This board gives you great drive down the line and should be ridden 6-8 inches shorter and around an inch wider than your normal standard shortboard.
The Doom has a full outline and fuller rails to give you a looser, skatey feel. With a single concave into a vee for extra speed and a diamond tail, this board performs really well in waves under head high.
The Insanity was developed with Josh Kerr over the last half of 2017. Black magic! It has elements of the UTF and Ledge, with an alternative performance rocker and modern bottom contours. Makes for an amazing combo that works in all sorts of conditions. Josh has ridden this in everything from waist-high runners to 10-foot Pipeline.
Low & fast with hidden foam where you need it. Feels like you’re cheating - even though it looks like you’re riding a shortboard. Really low entry rocker, relaxed outline, made to ride shorter (ride a 5’11” if you normally ride a 6’1”). FUN. FUN. FUN. This is the only board a couple of our guys ride.
A grab-and-go shred stick, the Blackline was developed for Otto Flores to be a true traveling, daily-driver shortboard. It has an engine like the Reboot with a little more curve in the tail rocker and entry like the Dischord to fit into curvier waves. Ride a touch longer than a Reboot and shorter than a Dischord. Single to double concave, flatter deck, drivey tail area.
A real crowd-pleaser, the Social is a great transitional board for catching a lot of waves. A mid-length skate stub. Really versatile – can be a longboard alternative, a point-break machine, a glidey little stub, or a looser, fishier quad. Enough float for a bigger surfer or an early-entry cheater for a lighter one. Just a really fun board to mix it up.
A nimble, mid-length trim machine with a low, fast rocker. Flows and trims like a dream, while still allowing a loose, carvy feel in the pocket. A longboard alternative when the waves are small and weak and you don’t feel like lugging your log around. Catches anything. But with its sleek outline, performs well when the waves have some juice. Mix it up with a twin or quad to single.
Josh Kerr, Andy Jones, Tyler Stanaland, Eric Geiselman, Otto Flores, Michael Townsend, Aaron Jesse, Gavin Harris, Sean Kimball and more.
Known for their functionally alternate board designs and attention to detail, the team at Album Surf desire to be different. Pathing the way with experimentation and development of templates to suit different levels of surfers from the most elite to the very beginner. Josh Kerr is one surfer who has recently found stoke with Album's designs, during his time on tour he completely raised the bar for aerial surfing and since his retirement has been cutting loose on his signature Insanity model an extremely versatile shred stick and the Modtwin a classic pin twin with psycho performance. Other more traditional performance shortboards such as the Blackline and Reboot will have you covered for the waves turn on!
Album surfboards also have an epic range of mid-length and longboards including Californian style logs such as the Coda and the Social which has unlimited fin options for unlimited fun.
Browse the range of Album surfboards above and customise it to suit your surfing needs. The range of Album surfboards are extremely configurable and available in some ground breaking constructions such as "Lumicork" a combination of Cork, Aluminium that you won't find with any other brand. Album put a lot of effort into making sure their customers get the best possible outcome, so place your order and unlock your dream quiver today.