Stringerless EPS ‘Razor’

These stringerless EPS ‘Razor’ boards have been getting extremely good feedback. Ultra-light and super durable with double the glass of a current “comp-weight” board.

Have your cake and eat it too, light weight, durability and performance. You don’t have to sacrifice one for the other anymore. Available in custom shapes!


About neilsonsurfboards

I started shaping surfboards when I was 16 years old and ended up selling that first board to one of my neighbors. My big break came a few years later when I got a job shaping full time for Quiet Flight surfboards. I shaped about four thousand surfboards before burning out and leaving that company. At that point I went back to massage therapy full time and shaping surfboards part time for a few select surfers and close friends. After sailing the Caribbean for a year in 2000 when I came back I went back to shaping my own private label full time and doing massage therapy part time. The progression of names or labels was first “Sugar Cane” in the 70’s inspired by trips to Mexico and traveling in a bus cross country and seeing all the sugar cane growing there. Then “Quiet Flight” in the 80’s and then “Creative Visions” which then became “Neilson” surfboards in the 2000’s. I still make some boards using the Creative Visions name and unique mandala art work created by Courtney Davis. I’m up around the 10,000 mark for surfboards shaped and crazy as it sounds I’m still learning new things and still improving what I’m doing. Still love to surf and try and ride different shapes all the time! View all posts by neilsonsurfboards

2 responses to “Stringerless EPS ‘Razor’

  • luke

    Just wondering if they are made the same as a coil or @ the same place a coil? How is the flex on them in small surf?

  • neilsonsurfboards

    Similar glassing schedule to a Coil but they are not vacuum bagged. The are made in a different factory here locally in Brevard County.

    They work great in small surf, super-light and a similar flex to a 4/4/4 poly board due to the stringerless blank and unique glass schedule.

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