The Surf-a-Gogo collection takes a defiant spin on the surf competition held under the P.O.P (Pacific Ocean Pier) of Venice Beach, in the 1960’s. The surf competition was organised to help with the dwindling visitor numbers to the area and had surfers from all over California invited and resulted in the Venice surfers pushing back on the non-locals. We have created a collection of boards focusing on 1960s surf culture and fashion as a result of this legend that flows from mainstream surf fashion.
The board is design as a more aggressive pintail shape with 69mm wheels that are perfect for the daily commute or surf-check. The 180mm Reverse kingpin truck sit lower and are more stable than standard trucks and use a 90A Soft Cushion for smooth turning.