Limited Time- Win a Custom 7'6" Sapling!

Founded by two Mainers, Taylor Stitch is another brand fighting to better their industry and create product Responsibly. Like us they prioritize using recycled and regenerative materials as well as building quality and durable gear to last decades. We're proud to have partnered up with them to offer a special surfboard that you could win!


This exclusive edition of our mid-length, hand-crafted 7’6” Sapling is built with northern white cedar Responsibly harvested here in Maine and our 100% recycled plastic GreenRail. To customize we added some subtle Taylor Stitch branding and awesome inlays of their organic/recycled duck cotton material—Boss Duck—one cut from the very shirt they sent us, inlayed into the tail, and another at the core of a matching fin created by hand by our amigo Korey at @hydrophilesurfcraft.

To enter for your chance to win, just follow @taylorstitch and @grainsurfboards on Instagram and tag two of your surfing buddies on the giveaway post by Taylor Stitch then submit your contact info at tylrst.ch/grain before 4/30/21. 

We hope you enjoy some photos of process as much as we enjoyed building the board. Now go win that board. Good luck!








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