Surfindian – San Diego

October 16, 2011

Bing Surfboards is pleased to announce new dealer, Surfindian, an eclectic surf gallery & retail store located in Pacific Beach, Calif.  Located in the heart of San Diego’s famous coastline, Surfindian showcases surfing as an art form, featuring artwork by talented artists such as Andy Davis, Chris Del Moro, Harry Daily, Kassia Meador, & Susan Wickstrand Roche as well as unique and art-driven products and surfboards by Skip Frye, Takayama, Tyler, Steve Mast…and now, Bing Surfboards.

Surfindian

4652/4658 Mission Blvd.
Pacific Beach, CA 92109

TEL: 858-412-5334

7 days : 10:00am – 7:00pm







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