Warner Surfboards

17 Apr 2014 0

Warner Surfboards started in 1996 after 5 years shaping and learning from Greg Clough at Aloha Surfboards in Brookvale. Today his shapes are wanted by some of the best surfers on the planet. He travels the globe surfing and working with some of the greats of the industry to keep his shapes at the forefront of design and works closely with his team riders to pass on this knowledge to his customers.

Contact: Brett
Website: http://www.warnersurfboards.com
Phone:  +61 2 9907 1239
Mobile:  +61 2 9907 1249
Email: info@warnersurfboards.com

Address:
Warner Surfboards
234 Harbord Rd,
Brookvale, NSW, 2100, Australia

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