Journals from Paradise

Rusty Surfboards team rider, Dustin Fiero, checks in from his own private Idaho...

photos: Scott Winer

Comments Off

Kevin Sullivan Shreds his Redline

Watch Kevin put his Redline to the test in Hawaii....

Comments Off

Rusty Board House Groms Shred Trestles

The Rusty Board House team harbors some of the best young up and coming surfers in the La Jolla region and these groms were foaming at the mouth at the opportunity to surf Trestles. The RBH Team put on an impressive display at the world renowned cobble stone break and put a plethora of Rusty Surfboard models to the test. Check out the images below to see what ensued:

_mg_8032The wrong side of the tracks

_mg_8038Owen, fish out of water

_mg_8044RBH Groms frothing

_mg_83111Lucas throwing shuv-its on his SCREAMER

_mg_8445Blow tail by Jacob on the GTR Squash

_mg_8337Fano was doing these all day on his Redline Squash

_mg_8324Tristen lets loose on his all new Dozer

_mg_8218Will on rail riding the Redline Round

_mg_8408Owen gouging on his GTR Round

_mg_8429RBH Team Manager, Ryan Schnell, shows the groms how it's done on his new Hustler

_mg_8360 RBH Shop Manager, Garret Scurr, won't let the groms have all the fun. Scurr on the Dozer.

Text and Photos: Brody

Comments Off

Josh Kerr Free Surf on the Redline

Josh Kerr sneaks in a quick session on his Rusty Redline...

Video from: Breton Carasso

Comments Off

Jayke Sharp on the Redline

Jayke Sharp makes the most of a rainy day by putting his Rusty Redline to the test in some chunky beach break surf on Australia's East Coast...

_mg_0390

_mg_0363

_mg_0323

_mg_0512

Photos: Brody

Comments Off

Chilean Big Wave Surfing with Jamie Sterling – Parts 2 and 3

Comments Off

Beacham Shreds West Coast Swell on his Rusty Redline

Rusty Team rider, Matt Beacham, spends nine months a year on the road filming for the Fuel TV show "New Pollution". When Matt comes home to San Diego he is usually in and out: he'll be home for a day or two, sometimes a week if he's lucky, and then he'll have to head off to the next filming destination. Needless to say, it is rare that Matt returns home to San Diego and there is solid swell in the water. Well, this time he got lucky...

Beacham shredding on his Rusty Redline...

img_1136

img_1128

img_1176

img_1105

img_12121

Photos: Brody

Comments Off

Rusty Demos Boards at the US Championships

The U.S. Championships were held at Huntington Beach and the finals took place on Saturday in clean and peaky shoulder to head high surf south of the Pier. The fun and rippable waves were a pleasant surprise for a Huntington surf contest, however, next year's US Championships will be held at Trestles (SIMA just obtained the permit!). Rusty Surfboards was on site with a fully stocked quiver of demo boards...Toads, Dwarts, Hustlers, Piranhas, Redlines, you name it. Everyone who took out a board had a hard time returning them, "This thing goes insane!" announced one content Dwart rider. Keep your eyes on RUSTY.COM to find out about the next surfboard demo near you!

img_09251

Eric and Charlyn Holding Down The Fort

img_1006

Huntington!?

img_1007

Serious Shredding At The U.S. Championships

img_0988

At Least It Wasn't Crowded

img_0939

Huge Tail Blow

Photos: Brody

Comments Off

Board of the Week: Redline Parabolic

redline-para1

Bio
Shift your Redline into overdrive with our unique parabolic stringer construction. This board is tuned up for more speed, drive and return on rail surfing.

Specs
The parabolic stringers move the center point of flex off the stringer, allowing for both rails to torque independently and ultimately create a board that loads harder off the bottom and springs faster into action.

Popular Dimensions:
5'8" x 17 3/4" x 2"

5'10" x 18 1/8" x 2 1/16"

6'0" x 18 3/16" x 2 1/8"

6'1" x 18 1/4" x 2 1/4"

6'2" x 18 1/2" x 2 3/8"

*Custom dimensions always available*

"Strictly parabolic boards for me from now on... They load up so much more for cutbacks and bottom turns, it is almost like a spring board when your coming out of turns. It is definitely a different feel than a straight stringer. Everyone should try one!"
-Rick Takahashi