Noa Deane has a killer attitude and surfs with all the uncoached raw style you could ever hope for. But, did you know his pops is Wayne Deane, legendary surfboard shaper? Here, a father with a not-so-dark past shows his son with a bright future how to feel out the volumes, rockers and concave. Then, Noa flows the board down the line at Snapper. Lineage!
Check out this original series from What Youth Magazine featuring Rusty team rider Noa Deane. Noa is a very stylish 18 year old in and out of the water, his mom and dad were pro surfers and he has spent his whole life in the water and standing apart from the norm.
What Youth followed Noa and the feature gives you a glimpse into the young mans personality and day to day lifestyle of creativity, and fun seeking in the life of this pro surfer. Click on the banner above to visit the What Youth Website and enjoy!
The latest Full Frame feature on Stabmag.com is of Rusty team rider Noa Deane launching a wicked rotation at D-Bah, going for glory and not holding anything back.
Check out this Fresh clip of Rusty team rider Noa Deane going absolutely looney in the Telo Islands. Watch as Noa throws rotation after rotation and huge man hacks all while Nirvana blares in the background, hyping your eyeballs and raising your froth-o-meter to an all time high.
This clip is guaranteed to get your amping to get in the lineup... Enjoy!
Go check out the Full Frame story on Stabmag.com featuring Rusty team rider Noa Deane launching a giant Backside grab in Duranbah NSW. Noa is a pretty rad kid who's style both in and out of the water speaks for itself.
Check out the latest featured surfboard model, the Neil from Rusty. This stout performance Shortboard is designed for those average days of surf from knee high to head high.
It has a moderately full template with a wider nose and added volume for the ease of paddling. The Neil’s bottom contour has a deep single concave with a subtle vee of the tail that generates drive and speed quickly. The shallow angular Diamond tail gives the Neil its distinct look.
The Diamond tail shortens the rail length which makes your board feel a little smaller, easier to turn and a whole lot more alive in sloppy average conditions.
Bottom: Deep Single Concave
Fins: Thruster / upgrade to Five-fin is optional
Check out this edit posted on Stabmag.com entitled Raw Bacon that Shane Fletcher scooped together featuring Rusty team rider Noa Deane's leftover clips from Hawaii. The vid has some big airs and some big turns set to the backing of Black Flag's I Don't Care, and we promise it will get you amped!