Quality, innovation, performance and design is what you can expect in every Eye Symmetry Surfboard. Founded in 2013 by Head Shaper Max Stewart in Manly Australia, Eye Symmetry provide highly visual, aesthetic designs that have caught the attention of the surfing world. With some unique features like custom made resin leash loops and beautifully finished swallow tails like that of the The Turtle twin fin. Eye Symmetry create surfboards that some may call functional artwork. Other popular models include the The Lucid Eye and Wombi Fish.
With experience and knowledge passed down by masters of the Australian and American shaping scene, combined with the backing of industry heavyweights including surfing legend Tom Carroll is a strong indication that Eye Symmetry Surfboards are cooking up good things in Sydney. The best is yet to come from this relatively young brand!
Check out the range of Eye Symmetry Surfboards below. For team riders and more info hit the profile button below.
Eye Symmetry Surfboards team riders & Ambassadors:
Tom Carroll, Hector Santamaria
Eye Symmetry undertake extensive design and fabrication processes to ensure a high standard of performance and quality assurance is maintained. With glassing techniques like 'cut lap' laminating ensures that each EyeSymmetry board is strong with no weak points. Using the latest innovations combined with tried and trusted handshaping techniques means that Eye Symmetry boards like the Rapture are performing at high levels. For alternative down the line drive, the Cali Quad will give you plenty of speed with a nice amount of control through it's swallow tail. Old style resin leash loops, unique tints and materials from across the globe including the whitest blanks and epoxy resins mean that your board will look as good as it feels. Eye Symmetry surfboards also have a unique construction option called Magic Fibre. Magic Fibre combines a stringless EPS blank with an Aramid wrap over the rails and deck combined with two carbon strips running along the bottom from the nose to a point between the front two fin boxes.