Hollow wooden “Kookbox” surfboard (late 1930s)
Hollow wooden “Kookbox” 10’ redwood surfboard (late 1930s)
Featuring gorgeous redwood panels joined by copper nails. Patented interior ribbed construction, inspired by the wing of an airplane. This very design was patented by the legendary Tom Blake in the early 1930s. It provided a significant weight reduction and ushered in a new wave of interest in the sport of surfing. A truly remarkable example of an early Tom Blake style hollow wooden surfboard. Ride or proudly display this relic of surfing history!
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