We’re stoked to announce the dates for this years Summer Surf Swap, Saturday June1st, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m and Sunday June 2nd, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Surf Swap is a great opportunity to clear out your garage and make some money on all the surf/beach-related gear that’s gathering dust. Bring items to be sold to the shop at 2102 S. El Camino Real in San Clemente on Thursday, May 30th or Friday, May 31st to be checked in for the sale. We’ll sell your gear and give you 100% of the proceeds in store credit or 70% in the form of a check.
Steve Newton took 1st place in Mens Longboard at the Gathering of Tribes 2013 event. The Gathering of Tribes is the biggest Surf Club Coalition event with clubs across the US competing. Steve was representing the Oceanside Surf Club. The event was held last weekend at Church/Trestles. The waves were great - 5 feet the whole event.
Stewart Team member Tony Silvagni placed 6th in the event.
We’re really stoked on this shot of Stewart team rider Tony Silvagni taken by Paula Bickford. So stoked that we’re using it for our next ad in the spring issue of Slide. Tony’s getting air on his Stewart CMP.
We’re stoked to announce the dates for the 4th Annual Holiday Surf Swap, Saturday Dec. 8th and Sunday Dec.9th, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Got any surf/beach-related gear to sell?
Bring your stuff to the shop at 2102 S. El Camino Real in San Clemente on Thursday, December 6th or Friday, December 7th to be checked in for the sale.
We’ll sell your gear and give you 100% of the proceeds in store credit or, 70% in the form of a check.
Call 949-492-1085 for details.
Last Friday ‘round midnight a group of thieves broke into the rental shed at the back of our store in San Clemente and made off with 12 of our shortboards. We’re posting pictures of the stolen boards so if you come across one of them, please notify us and the authorities. Stewart: 1-800-265-8882. OC Sheriffs: 949-770-6011
These crooks must really like our shortboards!! That’s a lot of work to saw through that lock.
Bill Stewart recently designed and oversaw the complete frame-off restoration of this 1937 Ford Slantback, with his signature attention to craftsmanship in every detail. The exterior of the car is stealth, with black tinted windows and a Brandy Candy color that looks black in the shade and morphs to a deep, dark burgundy in the sun. Pop open the remote-controlled electric doors and see all the surf-inspired details, like the stingray-embossed leather interior, hand-shaped mahogany armrests and koa wood dashboard and floor.