*Includes free fin-set with board purchase (for a limited time).
Timeline from order to board delivery: 6 weeks (approx.)
CLASSIC LOG TAKES YOU TO THE SHORES OF WAIKIKI
The La Virgen de Guadalupe Longboard model hits the heart of classic surfing. The Longboard model is a classic log with a full nose and room for days. You will be spending most of your session camping out up front with a toe in the water as the long, rounded square tail keeps you locked in and stable. This is our ultimate longboard for the log enthusiast, harnessing your inner Waikiki where power and grace collide into the fine art of beautiful surfing. EPS core + Epoxy construction: supremely durable, 30% lighter and 20% stronger than polyurethane core/polyester resin construction.
Available in La Virgen de Guadalupe artwork commissioned specifically for Motherboards' surfboard lineup. Artist Federico Archuleta, also known as El Federico, is an Austin, Texas-based graffiti artist who has created several notable murals in Austin. Now having worked in Austin for over 20 years, Archuleta draws on his Catholic upbringing as a first-generation American in creating his works, including Lets Band Together and La Virgen de Guadalupe. Archuleta’s work is distinctly defined by his early experiences of regularly traveling between Texas and Mexico. See more of his work here: https://www.instagram.com/el_federico/?hl=en.
The Longboard model is an original design built exclusively for Motherboards by Foam Works Surfboards in the Outer Banks, North Carolina, USA. Our surfboards are constructed one at a time with superb craftsmanship from industry-best, high-performance materials. You will not find a better built board.
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Dimension format: Length (in.) x Width (in.) x Thickness (in.); Volume (Liters)
9’4 ½” x 23 1/16” x 2 ⅞ “; 74.4 Liters
Our Lady of Guadalupe (La Virgen de Guadalupe) appeared in Mexico as the pregnant Mother of God to Blessed Juan Diego, an Aztec Indian, on December 9, 10, and 12, 1531. She left a Miraculous Image of her appearance on his cactus fiber cloak, or "tilma", which still exists today for all to see in the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City. She put an end to the bloody human sacrifice of the Aztecs and converted nine million natives in the 7 years after her appearance there.
For more mind-blowing information on Our Lady of Guadalupe and to see the image, read 4 Literally Awesome Facts About Our Lady of Guadalupe on the Church Pop website.
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