Brett Warner the man behind the iconic Warner Surfboards has revolved his life around surfing since the age of three when he got his first surfboard for Christmas from Col Smith. Brett has surfed and competed around the world, surfing on the pro-am Australian circuit and the World ASP Tour. Warner Surfboards started in 1996 after Brett left the legendary Greg Clough at Aloha Surfboards where the Warner boys, Brett’s dad and brother all worked sanding and glassing.
Warner Surfboards have a range of models to meet every surfers needs from the all rounders Warner MXN, Warner Plexus and the Warner FTR to easy surfing models like the Warner Bean, great for beginners or those looking for extra paddle and easy surfing in small or weaker waves. Also check out the popular performance all rounder the Warner Bandit and the Warner Lil Taka designed for groms or smaller surfers. Brett has been born into surfing and continues to live and breathe surfing from the Warner Surfboard factory in Brookvale NSW. Warner Shapes are well known around the world, found under the feet of surfers throughout Europe, Japan, Indonesia and of course Australia. With up and coming rippers like Davey Cathels and Jake Sylvester to notorious chargers like Koby Abberton, you can be assured all Warner Surfboards are refined and crafted to perform in all conditions.
If you are looking for an experienced Australian craftsman with years of experience in the water and shaping bay, look no further. See the Warner Surfboards collection below on Boardcave.com to find that magic board.