To France With Love

April 14, 2015

To France With Love
Bonjour France. We are so excited to tell you that just in time for Summer, your coasts will be freshly stocked with a HUGE shipment of Bing Surfboards fresh from our shaping bays. We loaded a container full of everything from short boards to logs, some with beautifully simple Summer tints, and some with incredible inlays. In fact, the six boards seen above are just a few of the actual boards hitting your shores. Check in with the shops listed below to see what Bing Surfboard is perfect for you and to reserve your Bing board today.

Spyder Surf Shop

BTZ Surfshop

Roxy Fitness – Hossegor

Boardrider Quiksilver – Capbreton

Rainbow Quiksilver – Anglet



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