Excludes Surfboards

Category Leucadia

Just Peachy GH

6’0″ x 20 1/2″ x 2 1/2″
15 1/2″ wide nose. 15 1/2″ tail
Handshaped by Gary Hanel in Leucadia, California.
Double concave in front of the fin cluster. Adjustable Lokbox fin system for deep quad fin placement fine tuning. Thinned out rails. Clean round tail, no wings or things for this one. Airbrushed. Polished gloss deck and rails. Wetsand gloss bottom.
$650 includes Lokbox quad fins.

Available at Surfy Surfy Surf Shop located at 974 N. Coast Hwy 101 in beautiful Leucadia, California just down the road from Just Peachy market at 1354 N. Coast Hwy 101

Leucadia Art Walk Sunday August 28th

Surfy Surfy Surf Shop is located on the coast highway 101 in a small funky beach town called Leucadia. Our patio will be host to several art booths and music as part of Art Walk. We will also be having music in the shop on Saturday evening, the night before Art Walk, and will have lots of cool Bro Deals and sale stuff all weekend.

LeucadiART Walk features “one mile of talent on Hwy 101,” with artists displaying their art on the west side of Hwy 101 between Marcheta and W. Glaucus Streets. The Event Features: Art Demonstrations ~ Live Music ~ Children’s Art Activities ~ A Wine & Beer & Wine Garden (fees apply)~ Free Double-Decker Shuttle Bus Service ~ Free Parking at the Encinitas Civic Center and Coaster Station, both located on Vulcan Ave. at D. Street.

more info on the Facebook event page.

Surfy Town

The new issue of Surfer magazine has a feature listing the Top 10 America Surf Towns (magazines love to make list),

My hometown of Encinitas was ranked third best in the entire country. (Technically, I am from Leucadia which is the northern coastal part of Encinitas which is made up of 5 distinct communities: Leucadia, Old Encinitas, New Encinitas, Olivenhain and Cardiff-by-the-sea).

Surfer magazine sez that all the California beach towns are “surfy” but that Encinitas is extra surfy. I guess that is why Leucadia is home to Surfy Surfy. We are so surfy we say it twice. There may be a place out there that is so insanely Surfy that it is Surfy to the third power. Surfy Surfy Surfy.

Dang, the median home price is $900k? Living surfy ain’t cheap. Hot tip, you can buy a mobile home in Encinitas 1/2 block from the beach for $150k. Now that’s surfy!

An uncrowded winter day at Swami’s in Encinitas, CA. Come join the fun! Photo by kbaird.