Tom Blake ‘Kookbox’ wood 13’2 surfboard (1930s replica)
Featuring wooden panels joined by metallic fasteners with daffodil yellow outline. Patented interior ribbed construction, designed like the wing of an airplane. 13’2 length. This revolutionary method of surfboard building was invented by Tom Blake in the early 1930s. The design allowed for drastic weight reduction and would generate newfound interest in the sport of surfing. Blake has numerous inventions credited to his name, including the waterproof camera housing. A great example of the iconic Tom Blake style hollow wooden surfboard. Proudly display this 1930s Tom Blake Kookbox replica surfboard.
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