Honolulu

In the early sixties, Dick Metz and Hobie Alter partnered to form a Hobie Surfboards presence on the Hawaiian Islands. The Honolulu Store, as it would be named, became a legitimate rest-stop for surfers on their island pilgrimage. Having surfed Hawaii, both Metz and Hobie understood that Hawaiian conditions were unique and apart from any other place on earth. Only through experience in the steep drops and fast sections of select reef breaks could one prepare for what lies in the abbeys of big surf. The Honolulu Model is our modern take on the late sixties designs that would have populated Ala Moana, Chun’s Reef, or Haleiwa. Its slender outline and thumb tail design provides ultimate speed and mid-board reactance. Plus, with such modern advancements as vee and hard-edges, the Honolulu can put you where you want to be on the wave face. Do you want to noseride deep in the pocket? You can! Do hard bottom turns or cutbacks excite you? Do it! The Honolulu is your single-fin wizardry, ready for your next electrifying journey!

Honolulu
  • Specifications (Range)
  • Length: 8'6" to 10'6"
  • Width: 22 1/2" to 23 1/2"
  • Thickness:
  • Nose: 16 3/4" to 17 3/4"
  • Tail:
  • Options
  • Stringer(s): 3/16 Redwood to 1/2" Hi-Density Foam TBAND
  • Glass: Top: 6+6 oz / Bottom 6 oz (Optional 6 oz or Volan Patches)
  • Fins: Single Box or Glass-On
  • Color: Clear or Resin Tint
  • Performance
  • Surfing Type: 0
  • Wave Height:
  • Wave Type: Beach, Reef, or Point Breaks

Available Honolulu Boards

  Serial# Description  
Honolulu 317783 317783 Tint: Acid tint inlay deck w/ volan bottom and rail / Shaper: Michael Arenal View Board  
Honolulu 318011 318011 Tint: T&B clear plus volan patches / Shaper: Michael Arenal View Board  
Honolulu 318012 318012 Tint: T&B clear plus volan patches / Shaper: Michael Arenal View Board