The Factory

April 07, 2015

Bing Surfboards are incredibly unique because they are handmade and hand finished in one place and within eyesight of the breaks they are tested on. Every aspect of our boards from shaping, sanding, glassing, tints, polishing, and even custom airbrushings are done right here, in Encinitas, within these walls, by people that want nothing more than for you to have the best board ever made. Bing Surfboards remains steadfast and true to it’s core craftsman heritage, handmade in California since 1959, and that is something we are incredibly proud of.
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Photo: Stone Crandall







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