Do you like carving long bottom turns and flying along at the top of the lip like a pelican, before you release the rail for another swooping bottom turn...
Foiled rails, rounded square tail and medium rocker, all reminiscent of Nat Young's mid to late 1960s hotdoggin' sticks. This is Marc's version of the height of 1960s board design, before shortboards took over—fast, loose, rail carving machine that will still give you a little trim time on the nose.
Classic Santa Barbara pig shape, by Marc Andreini. This board commemorates Jeff White's (White Owl) gremmie tribe, who were known to haunt the shores between Hammonds and North Carp' during the 1960s. This board is perfect for all the hidden Santa Barbara area point breaks. We could tell you where they are, but it's more fun to find them them on your own... just like Marc and the boys did back in the day.
Marc Andreini's version of the mid–late 60s step deck. Andreini worked for a number of years with Rennie Yater, hence the name "spoon". This board has it's modern twists though, featuring foiled rails, continuous curves and slight tail flip. Yes, this is a 60s log. but carved by the maestro hands of Andreini.
This board is the ultimate one board quiver—trims and glides in small waves, yet still rips huge turns in the bigger stuff.
Marc Andreini's version of a Greenough template quad with some sweet spiral vee!