NEW Location!

Kimo's shop has moved, so if you are referencing resources from the internet be aware that the 50S Sand Island address is incorrect.

The new address is 148 Mokauea --- not too far away!

Sorry for the inconvenience --- hope to see you soon! Pass the word along!

Right click the map and View Image --- A (old shop) >>>> B (new location)

Aloha!

Mahalo Nui Loa to all of our lifetime friends and patrons!

Last Updated (Friday, 14 February 2014 09:20)

 

KIMO GREENE SURFBOARDS

Aloha, during his life, Kimo Greene has been making surfboards and has gone through the full circle of surfboard design. Always on the edge of performance, these innovative shapes have helped bring out the potential in everyone. "Since the beginning, surfing has allowed surfers a way to express themselves and be truly happy. The better you surf, the happier you are. That's where I come in, as I hear what YOU want to do and create a custom board built specifically for you. I promise to make you a better surfer."

Mahalo,
Kimo Greene, Shaper

 

Kimo Greene Surfing G Land on his

custom high-performance "Ahi"

 

How to Shape - Essential Tools

 

Surf Band-Aide

Don’t Let Dings Keep You Out of the Water

Are you still using wax and duct tape to patch your surfboards? Contrary to popular belief, wax and duct tape are not waterproof which means your board will take on water.

The Surf Band-Aide is a cheap and efficient solution allowing you to temporarliy patch dings. Its waterproof design allows you to easily peel and place the band aid over your ding and continue surfing. By keeping a stash of Surf Band-Aides in your car, you’ll never be sidelined because of dings.

Surf Band-Aide was created by Kimo Greene. Kimo is known in Hawaii as one of the premiere surfboard shapers and has been innovating new designs and ideas to help surfers perform to their fullest potential. Over the years, he has seen his fair share of duct tape and wax on dinged boards. In the end, boards patched with wax or duct tape end up turning yellow because of water seeping into the foam. Now, you can salvage your board and keep surfing.

 

Last Updated (Friday, 01 April 2011 15:53)

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