rom the mind of Kiko (with a A mutual support of a ecclectic group of old and newly friends), Eclipse surfboards born , grown and naturally hidden to the mass in the green pinery of Tirrenia and the black rocks of La Santa area.
The Eclipse surfboards company remain for the most a mistery…
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Fast out of the starting blobk allows for speed-driving long sections or surfing the entire wave top to bottom. The Madcap slogan is "More turns per wave."
1) Wide nose 1) Fast start, High speed, High maneuverable 1) Great for most small-mid-sized waves 1) catches waves really easy
Designed For: Upside Down! Loose Lips And Sick Rips! A good all-around shortboard that surfs fast ‘ and tight for the most progressive performance.
the Zap Zaphyr
The Zap Zaphir Module’s really curvy outline from nose to tail makes it a super-loose and reactive board... A real humdinger!
thanks to the his wide nose (and the maximum thickness under the chest), the paddling is very easy and the take off is super fast, but with his rounded pin tail combined with the rails, thinner and pinched, the surfboard stays connected to the hollow section of the waves
Is designed to provide maximum power and mobilty as well as looseness and turning ability. Is intended from beginner to expert who wants improve their surfing performance
the answer to the small-wave struggle. the candy Kandisky was designed for maximum power and mobility as well as looseness and turning ability. Easy entry into waves, easy forgiveness. This design will be fast and responsive in a variety of waves, a greedy little wave magnet
The H.D.F is a shortsize model of what at the time was called Swordfishtrombones. This shape saw the light during the late summer of 1996. Made simply to try to arginate the Nazi-Surf-Tendence of those insane surf period. Semi-beginner riders can order it oversized, advanced expert surfers can surf it as a tiny, low-effort shortboard alternative, the round tail makes for easy rail-to-rail transitions
the Dakota Express
A real crossover between the mini simmons and a shortboard, single to deep double barrel concave with added vee and tons of hard edge, easy entry into waves, aggressive rail line and drive from the tail. Great for most mid-sized waves. High speed, maneuverable and catches waves really easy.
is a magic combination of a Simmons and a Spoon, It has a Spoon outline slight scooped out deck and full concave on the deck. Cuts off very close to the pocket, if you’re able to do, and show a courius confortable controlled feeling in the small clean barrels.Small to medium waves
the Dapper Dan
It’s cool & designed, freak and actrative, floating high on a it’s trim and easily enjoy the speed propelled by the finest four version fins… propulsion! Features include a full blunt nose, a board that will paddle well, get in early, still deliver a fin roundhouse cutback
ESB mini simmons
1) Planning hull design 1) The bottom is rolled shaped 1) The rails are a mix : 60/40 for most of the board , hard edge in the rear, really small thickness on the tail.
the Green Machine
A classic two fin swallow fat tail with an hibrid, coming down a tre inch tick, seventy rail. Is one of the new retro-boom opening the 2005 scene, With a five different versions that, like leaves always hide wonderful buds. Those boards are the fruits of a beautiful plant trasplanned by the Californians pioneers.
Alternative style shred machine! Perfect performance counterpart to the Mini Simmons and Fish. Double barrel concave with added vee and tons of hard edge Progressive rocker
Le French Singer
Turning Board, Can Noseride Even In Small Waves, Fun To Ride In Any Conditions Single Deep Dish Concave 'Beveled' 5050 Rails Easy Rail To Rail Transitions And Smooth Turns. Low Rocker, High Speeds, Excellent Paddlebility. Ready For Cheater-Five Rinconians Gesture
Awesome Mid-Length shape …from the past Edition tested in california republic paddles and surfs similar to a long plenty of width for cross-stepping and finesse hard edge and slight vee increases shredability Built to meet any surfer’s needs.
A Displacement Hull Gives The Surfer A Very Different Feeling Compared To What Most Modern Surfers Are Accustomed. It Is A Feeling Of Close Interaction And Involvement With The Wave..
A stubbie displacement hull surfboards. Pinched 50 50 rails, Flat Rocker, Rolled bottom throughout board with hard edge in the tail. Perfect for trimming and gliding through day to day California surf . A Terrific transition board !!
a mid length single fin designed for fluid stylish surfing, providing plenty of performance and super ease of paddling
Lipstick the longstick
A lot of people suppose that longboards often are made for lazy people, for guys fat and out of shape, for summer old funny further, full of beers and pork ribs, that are trying to enjoing the simple funny feeling of this old Island Kings artform sport...
the Rock Dancers
The shapes was designed with three or four just fly back from the golden state, a 50’50 soft rail with some "good" weight. Tested from 1998 in California Repubblic. Perfect for the knee high summer session in cosmic stoned vintage posture
aroD ikiM ed tac model
Shapes from the past edition, 50-50 rails, the pintail is an extremely functional, traditional board for medium to larger waves while maintaining enough nose width for maneuverability and noseriding, concave on nose for excellent noserides, tested from 1996 in california repubblic.
Immortal sixty style 50/50 rails, wide blunt nose, wider center point pulling into a larger bat-tail block. This board is meant to hang in the pocket to keep you up on the tip long enough to comb…
Le Demi Blunt
is an inspirational classic californian longboard pintails, adapted to the powerful waves of punk’o. It is also very pleasant in small glassy conditions of ‘zumafuma planet’ and proved very stable nose.... The narrow blunt nose and hefty teardrop concave make lifting out of the lowest deepest pocket nose rides an every day affair. With upturned 50/50's around the edge and a big ol' beer belly to roll up and down the face..
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