Surfers Supplies carries over 300 new and used surfboards and SUP’s from the following brands.

Stacey Surfboards – McCoy Surfboards – Campbell Brothers – Simon Anderson Surfboards – Greg Webber Surfboards –  Aloha Surfboards – Stewart – Shell Shapes – Rusty – Something Special – Firewire – Slater Designs –  – Catch Surf – Surftech – Torq – Softech

“The Flat Head by Stacey Surfboards has a fun stubby shortboard outline that loves getting amongst the smaller waves. With a nice flat deck and full rolled rail, combined with a single to double concave and a flatter entry rocker, you are going to have plenty of fun on this beast.

The Flat Head is perfect for those smaller days. Surfed in a 3-Fin setup, this board is a simple, uncomplicated template that will do everything you need.”


Return Of The Jam


•    SUPER FLAT DECK: Control & Stability

•    MID BOXY RAIL: Helps plow through bump. The harder bottom edge creates bite for direction.

•    VEE THROUGH TAIL: Easy Turning.

•    FLAT: Fast planing and down the line glide.

•    NEUTRAL FEEL: Suits back or front-footed surfing.

•    ALL LEVELS: Novice to Shredder.

•    5 FIN: Quad or 3 – Fin (Quad Recommended)



OUTLINE:  Versatile. Easy Paddling.

ENTRY ROCKER: Moderate Low. Instant speed.

EXIT ROCKER: Low. Drive & Speed.

CONCAVE: Rolled Vee into Single to Double with Vee. Easy rail to rail transition.

TAIL: Round

FIN SET-UP: 5 FIN. Options for Thruster or Quad Set-Up

Available in Phantom Phlex


Phantom Phlex has unparalleled resistance and return to static due to our strategically placed combination
of carbon and Ghost Weave (Inegra) composites produced exclusively for Stacey!

Fast and responsive under feet.

SR GreenPoxy 56 is an epoxy resin which has up to 56% of its molecular structure coming from plant origin. This percentage is function of the carbon origin contained in the epoxy molecule.The final rate of the mix bio-based carbon content will depend on the hardener choice.

The manufacture of EPS foam does not involve the use of toxic isocyantes used in the production of regular surfboard blanks. Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) foam is light weight and has fantastic shock absorbing properties, making it ideal for surfboards. EPS foam has more buoyancy and flotation increasing paddling speed and manoeuvrability.

The Surfboard Agency has teamed up with the first, independent 3rd party consumer-facing “eco-label” for boards, the ECOBOARD Project is focused on reducing  carbon footprints, increasing the use (and reuse) of renewable, recycled and up-cycled inputs, and reducing toxicity within the surfboard manufacturing process.

Stacey Surfboards

Flat Head

Return Of The Jam


McCoy Surfboards

McCoy All Around Nugget

“This design is the first Nugget I shaped in 1994. Proven to be a very versatile performer in a wide range of wave conditions from 1′ ~ 8′ all around the surfing world; thicker wider and shorter with more volume and buoyancy than you have had before, easy to paddle and catch waves, easy to control, with more speed than you have had in years! When it starts to barrel, you will be laughing.”

Available in XF Tech

Built using the latest in EPS/Epoxy materials; the XF technology combines a lightweight EPS core with Biaxial Fiberglass Cloth and Epoxy Resin

Biaxial Fibre Glass has about half of its fibres aligned along the length of the cloth (0 degrees) and about half across the cloth (90 degrees) lending itself as a perfect option for creating a controlled flex pattern.

Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) is typically the lightest of the three foams used in surfboard construction resulting in a much lighter board translating to increased buoyancy and flotation. The advantage of better buoyancy is added paddling speed and increased maneuverability allowing you to ride a smaller board.

Epoxy Resin is a healthier alternative to polyester as epoxy emits 50-75% fewer VOCs (volatile organic compounds) than polyester resin, which means a decrease in harmful chemicals in the shop and the environment in general.  Epoxy is lighter than polyester. Under most circumstances, resin makes up a large part of a completed board’s overall weight. Not only is epoxy lighter than polyester, but less is needed per coat. This ends up meaning a lighter surfboard – a big plus for most surfers. The biggest bonus However is the durability and strength of epoxy resin.

All Around Mal

“This model is a very versatile performer. It turns easily, runs well and is also a good nose rider. This combination lends itself to a very wide range of Performance options for the surfer eliminating the need for several boards.”

Available in Standard PU not Epoxy!

Geoff McCoy

McCoy Surfboards

McCoy Nugget

All Round Mal


Campbell Brothers Surfboards

Past, Present and Future … come together in every Campbell Brothers three and five fin Bonzer, creating a dimension of timeless performance and enjoyment. The past is expressed through 38 years of shaping experience, and focused contemplation of surfboard design.

Stewart Surfboards

In 1978, Bill started his own label “Stewart Surfboards” and opened the first shop in Laguna Beach. By himself, Bill hand painted, hand shaped, took orders, and sold airbrushed T-shirts & hats in his tiny Laguna Beach shop.  It was in the mid 80’s when Bill’s inventive mind, came up with the idea that would be the one of the greatest achievements of his distinct surfboard designs. He was after a longboard that would go faster and turn harder than what current longboard designs were capable of. The result of that search was the beveled rail Hydro Hull that had a distinctive single to double concave bottom and a 2+1 fin setup. To this day, the Hydro hull is still a proven design standard for the modern longboard.

Bill Stewart – An Artist, Shaper, Inventor and Surfer with no stopping in sight.

The new Stewart Steamroller screams classic sixties style.

From the clean competition band graphics, to the extra heavy construction. This is the perfect board for the surfer who spends their time at lined up point breaks, because of it’s weight and its straight flat rocker.

The Steamroller is built with a heavier poly foam blank that has a 1/2″ basswood stringer. It’s purposefully glassed heavy with a double 8oz deck and double 6oz bottom. Steamrollers come in 9 ft. , 9.5 ft. and 10 ft. lengths.

The Hydro Glide was specifically designed for beginner surfers. The design is basic and geared towards ease of paddling. The Hydro Glide is a thicker board with relatively flat rocker. The fullness is held out to the rails, which are beveled all the way around to provide maximum forgiveness. This simple design is also popular with anyone looking for a funboard that is comfortable to jump on in any conditions. The Hydro Glide  comes with a fiberglass center fin.

Performance and Noserider: two words that typically don’t go together in the same sentence. The Stewart California Nose Rider is the exception, a fine blend of what makes each style work. The nose section is full and stable and proportionally pulls into a performance tail with a 2 + 1 fin set up. Tucked edges in the tail and subtle nose concave compliment the board’s design.

The Ultimate 9’0 Surfboard! Turns like an 8’6,” Paddles like a 9’6.” Noserides like a 10’0.”  Bill says this is the “best longboard he’s ever designed”. The nose bottom has a deep single concave that continues back past the half way point. This concave is what makes the Redline 11 paddle, turn and nose ride exceptionally great. That single concave flows into a double concave with a heavy V in the tail. The beveled rails and rounded pin tail makes it loose, fast and easy to ride.


 Best Stewart Noseriding Longboard ever!

The nose concave creates lift and holds you in the pocket. The bottom is flat for insane trim speed, to carry you through the flats. The huge square tail has rocker you won’t believe till you see it! That extra tail kick makes turning easy and sets you up for endless Nose rides!  Use a 9 inch + center fin for holding you in while you spend all that time on the nose!

Stewart Surfboards



Hydro Glide

California Nose Rider "CNR"

Redline 11

Redline 11



Channel Islands Surfboards

Since 1969, Channel Islands Surfboards has been dedicated to performance and quality through hard work, innovation, and originality. Over the last 46 years, Channel Islands has grown from a local grass-roots operation to a cutting edge organization, catering to the best surfers in the world. It started with hard-core surfing and quality in mind and these guidelines have brought us through four decades of constant change in the surf industry.


FireWire Surfboards

Firewire continues to re-define the ‘FUTURE OF SHAPE’ remaining focused on achieving lighter and stronger surfboards, and optimizing flex to enhance performance. Whether it’s the WCT proven Future Shapes Technology (FST) or the latest developments like Linear Flex Technology (LFT), Firewire remains dedicated to pushing the boundaries of surfboard design and materials.


Rusty Surfboards

“The Smoothie”

The Piranha was one of our most popular designs. It was primarily built for small surf, but it ended up being a very versatile board. We have re-tooled this design with a clean, full, round pin, and are calling it the Smoothie. It has a timeless outline designed to accommodate a wide range of conditions. The bottom starts with a slight roll in the nose transitioning to a light single through the center. This shallow single blends into a sunken double concave in front of the fins and an elevated double concave between the fins that finally ends in a double barrel vee of the tail. If you can’t appreciate the tech talk, just know that the board surfs fast & smooth.
“Sista Brotha”

Noa Deane’s latest the “Sista Brotha” is developed from his free-surfing travels. This performance shortboard excels in conditions from beach breaks to point breaks.

The Sista Brotha features, a single to a double concave, moderate entry rocker and a low tail rocker with a fuller rail, making this lovely board that allows Noa to execute his arsenal of maneuvers without thinking twice…Sista Brotha from Noa Deane.

Something Special

Coming Soon

Catch Surf Products

Catch Surf has perfected the soft surfboard, not only with color, styles, size range and design but function and durability.  The original Beater Board, logs, and skipper fish are among their diverse product line.

Surftech Stand Up Paddle Boards

From our humble beginnings over 25 years ago in the sleepy coastal town of Santa Cruz, California to becoming a globally recognized brand. We are part of a global community of surfers, paddlers, shapers, designers, and craftsman who are connected through surfing and paddling and the pursuit of perfection.

Torq Surfboards

Launched in 2012, Torq surfboards created a new standard in the epoxy surfboard market, offering an unmatched combination of strength and performance. This year sees the innovation step up a gear, with new shapes, new graphics and new technologies.

In the Epoxy range we have 2 new shapes – 5’11 and 6’10 MOD Fish – plus full colour graphic options, 4 new deck designs and a whole new LTD edition range.  These boards look insane and offer incredible value – bridging the gap between premium performance boards and durable epoxy sandwich boards.

New for 2015 is the Torq Polyester range. With 5 user friendly performance shapes, in different sizes, for surfers of all abilities, these boards are handmade in Portugal using the highest quality materials.

Torqu Polyester