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This Mobile Woodworking Classroom Lets You Build Surfboards Anywhere

The surfboard industry is at odds with surf culture. The making of surfboards is a toxic, filthy undertaking. Most surfboard makers use nasty oil-based chemicals and create carcinogenic by-products, which clash with the image of surfers grooving on the sunshine and connecting with one of nature’s most primal forces—the wave.


The surfboard industry is at odds with surf culture. The making of surfboards is a toxic, filthy undertaking. Most surfboard makers use nasty oil-based chemicals and create carcinogenic by-products, which clash with the image of surfers grooving on the sunshine and connecting with one of nature’s most primal forces—the wave.

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