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Karboload Technology Available Now

    Karboload Technology Available Now Karboload Technology orders are coming through super fast and looking insane with Sel Surf and The Glass Lab both producing amazing work of the highest quality. They just keep…

By Nick Blair

September 9, 2017

Nick Blair Interview

    Interesting story by the guys at Surf Bunker….   Nick Blair is a surfboard shaper from the East Coast of Australia, he makes performance surfboards and uses cutting edge techniques and materials. To…

By Nick Blair

July 27, 2017

Attention to detail

    A few photos from yesterday on the Gold Coast. I spent the day at Sel Surf and at the Glass Lab fine tuning production and discussing exciting future projects. As you can see…

By Nick Blair

July 21, 2017

Karboload Tech in Production

    It has been a busy few months for our epoxy glasser SelSurf with huge orders of Karboloads coming in. Sel and Hylton are doing a great job keeping up with demand and ensuring…

By Nick Blair

May 6, 2017

EPS & Karboload week

  Its been a super busy week in the bay shaping EPS blanks with veneer stringers and stringerless blanks with Karboload layups, over 75% of these have been CabSav2’s. I can now shape them in my…

By Nick Blair

March 20, 2017

Karboloads for Christmas

  A huge thank you to all the team for getting a big shipment of Karboloads ready for Christmas. 90% of them are CabSav2s which are going to go insane over summer. Enjoy!    

By Nick Blair

December 22, 2016

Karboload Testing

    We been pushing Karboload Technology to its limits and testing it in competition, all waves and conditions. The result is  a lightweight, lively and highly responsive surfboard that feels amazing and is built to last. I also…

By Nick Blair

October 10, 2016

Karboload Technology

    It is basic materials science theory. To best utilise the characteristics of carbon when dealing with the flex and energy feedback/return (i.e. for carbon to work effectively) it needs to be placed under tension in…

By Nick Blair

February 17, 2016