- Full nose for stability.
- 2+1 Fin setup for tracking.
- Pulled-in tail for easy maneuverability.
Everything you need to know about the Blondie
The Three Brothers Boards Blondie is designed to handle any condition you choose. Glides in the flat water, and excels in the surf. The full nose allows stability taking off and paddling through waves, while the pulled tail allows for easier turning and maneuverability. The rocker profile in the Blondie has a mellow entry rocker to handle big waves, but easily catches the small stuff too. The tail rocker is slightly accelerated through the tail, allowing for sharp turns and catching waves easily. The rails have nice, forgiving, 50/50 rail that flows into a crisp edge 2/3 of the way down, for a solid, crisp feeling in your turns. 2+1 fin setup with FCS side bites with a vent plug on the deck near the handle that fits your whole hand, instead of a knuckle or two. The Blondie is light-weight at only 25 lbs. and at 5″+ thickness is great for maximum weight capacity (300 lbs).)
The Blondie includes a tucked-under handle for easy transport and reinforced rails for maximum strength. The Blondie is lightweight and easy to carry (25 lbs) and has a 3D diamond-cut EVA deck pad.
Classic Boards, Endless Lifestyle
Throughout time, designs, looks, and styles come and go. Some shockingly come back and others are gone for good. There are exceptions, however. Certain designs are timeless and here to stay. They looked amazing when first introduced 60 years ago and are still amazing today. We refer to this as a classic. A 330 Ferrari, a Chris Craft Boat, a Woodie surfboard… all classics, things that never go out of style.
At Three Brothers, we don’t want your board to just look good for a year, or even for the next ten. We want your board to be a classic. It will be a board that looks great and is in-style forever. This is why our designs go back in time to the era of the classic - the Woodies. All of our designs are inspired by those classic boards from the 1950’s and 1960’s. Our goal for your board is simple - when retiring your board after decades of use, your grandchildren will be fighting over who gets to display it in their home. Now that's a classic.