"The idiosyncratic progeny of Mr. Buzz chock-full of daily driver awesomeness"
Nathan Fletcher piloted Mr. Buzz into a whole new stratosphere with it’s non-conforming contours, outline and foil not seen in a contemporary high performance shortboard design. For those of us who wanted to get “Buzzed” without the hangover opted for the Super Buzz which served as the user friendly short and wide little rocket of a daily driver. Still, there were those who were intrigued by the hydrodynamics, progressive design and broad usability that could be attained while not riding something as compact as Mr. Buzz or Super Buzz.
The Buzzsaw comes from the same gene pool yet is aimed at those who want to stay within the comfort zone of their familiar every day go-to shortboard. Since the Buzzsaw isn’t meant to be ridden as short as Mr. Buzz or Super Buzz , the outline shares a similar nose to a 2x4 up front with a Super Buzz rear end. The wider tail outline allows the Buzzsaw to remain proficient in average to mediocre conditions.
Signature Buzz concaves and rocker highlight an aggressive single to double while still hosting a predictable feel when pushing hard off the tail. An added feature aside from the Super Buzz related back half is a more accelerated flip in the tail which combines the added curve in the rail rocker to bring more control and radness for when the waves get crispy and fast.
Medium 50/50 rails and a balanced foil compliment the 5-fin convertible cluster to increase the usability of the Buzzsaw whether it be playful beachbreak or freight train drainers. The skatedeck concave provides increased sensitivity in rail to rail transitions for those looking to hit the gas pedal and go!
* skatedeck concave profile adds volume and it is recommended that you ride 1/4" thinner than your normal shortboard.
More about The Buzzsaw model:
example stock sizes available with sk8 deck:
5’6” x 19” x 2.1” vol. 26.5L nose: 13.25” tail: 15.75” TB: 7.67”
5’9” x 19.25” x 2.15” vol. 28.7L nose: 13.16” tail: 15.69” TB: 7.78”
6’0” x 19.5” x 2.25” vol. 31.3L nose: 13.2” tail: 15.73” TB: 7.88”
6’0” x 20.5” x 2.45” vol. 36.4L nose: 13.66” tail: 16.50” TB: 8.29”
6’3” x 19.75” x 2.4” vol. 35.8L nose: 12.83” tail: 15.70” TB: 7.98”
stock inventory offering includes:
+ custom individually shaped board in santa cruz, CA
+ marko foam compression molded EPS blank
+ 1/8" bamboo stringer
+ direct sized E-glass with bias weave direct sized S-glass
+ future 5-fin convertible
+ deck channels
+ resin research epoxy
+ striped uni-directional 3k carbon fiber blended tail strips over apex of skatedeck ridge
$837 as shown in CFT construction (does not include fins)
2017 stock AO board inventory custom board order price guide:
"Want to make it your own?"
order a new custom board with 3-5 week turnaround time*
$650 = SURF STANDARD (polyester resin glassing over polyurethane shaped core)
$750 = EPS/EPOXY (2.0pcf Marko foam core glassed with EPOXY resin)
$830 = CFT (eps/epoxy with deck channels, bamboo stringer, bias weave S-glass)
$1190 = LEGACY (CFT with cork deck/rails and bamboo bottom)
quad = $16
5-fin = $27
single color = $40
2-color = $60
custom = $75 and up
abstract color lamination = $180
adjust/swap cloth layers, stringer, resin type (epoxy over PU core only), logo placement, customize artwork, tail template, custom order fins, etc….
contact firstname.lastname@example.org to place your custom board order today!
* fin upgrades available from Futures and FCS as well as custom hand foiled fiberglass from Fins Unlimited
* Applicable CA sales tax and domestic flat rate shipping not included.
Board is available for pick up from factory in Santa Cruz, or inquire about special shipping needs.
Shipping via FedEx Ground or FedEx home delivery:
$50.00 Flat Rate for United States
Shipping to Hawaii or Alaska and international addresses available. Please inquire for best rates.
Local pick up = no charge shipping! Enter promo code: WILLCALL at check out.
* production turnaround time is approximate. Production scheduling, material availability, custom artwork, acts of God and out of scope incidences may alter actual completion date.