OUR BRANDS

ALOHA

Long before Aloha had established itself in the local Australian surf scene in 1978, its founder Greg Clough (GRC) had already embraced the ‘aloha lifestyle’, having spent most of his time since leaving school hanging out in surfboard factories.

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LSD

The creator of LSD Surfboards, Luke Short, had been a competitive surfer in his youth, living a stone’s throw away from the beach in the then sleepy town of Avalon on Sydney’s northern beaches.

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WILDE

Sean Wilde started Wilde Shapes over twenty five years ago in Huntington Beach California, after moving from Australia at the age of sixteen. His designs have been dramatically influenced by a decade of shaping in the States and now with a further seventeen years back in Australia his surfboards are a perfect blend of both styles

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MCCOY

Geoff was born into a farming community in post W.W.2 Australia in Gosford, on the Central Coast of N.S.W where Geoff’s father, Geoff senior was the captain of the local Killcare Surf Club.

His hard working family centralized its social life around the surf club and its outdoor activities. Young Geoff’s earliest memories are of the beach and running through the bush with his cousins.

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SIMON ANDERSON

Simon Anderson gravitated to North Narrabeen in ’69, to a culture of hardcore surfing with a strong link to board manufacturing at nearby Brookvale. He entered the industry as a ding fixer at Shane Surfboards in ’70. His shaping career began at 17 after winning the ’71 Australian Junior Title at Bells Beach from Peter Townend and the hottest junior of that year Andrew McKinnon.

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EMERY

Alan Emery grew up surfing the famed right point of Lennox Head and the surrounding epic waves of the Northern NSW area, Australia.

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VAMPIRATE

Late in the summer of two thousand and something Ozzy Wrong moved to 5 Loftus St Narrabeen adjacent to the lovely no.6 which was occupied by the underground shaping hero Mark Gnech….

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WEBBER

Greg Webber is a non-stop innovator and shaper for top surfers all over the planet. In 1970 Greg started shaping Styrofoam boards at age 10 and put timber fins in them and copied the shape from Hot Buttered and McCoy surfboards.

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