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The Wood

posted 3 years, 149 days ago

Paulownia is a light, dense wood which is native to southeast asia. The tree itself grows on average 10 ft. per year, which makes it infinitely more renewable than balsa or any other wood commonly used in surfboards. The boards have solid wood rails which creates a perimeter stringer system.

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  • elizabeth says:

    They are beautiful. Interesting technology, my question: why so expensive?

    • admin says:

      To make a Timberline board it takes about 10 times the amount of time. Not to mention twice the cost for the materials. The benefit is that it also lasts probably 10 times longer. The boards don’t pressure dent or delam. Each board is made from one piece of wood. The skins are all milled by hand and then vacuum bagged onto the blank. Solid rails are then put on an shaped again. And then its glassed

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