Since launching in 2013, Sculpt Surfboards has made a huge impact on the Australian East Coat, particularly with local board riders along the Northern Beaches of Sydney.
Much of Sculpt's success comes from the experience that shaper Nick Miles brought with him from working with some of the biggest names in the industry, who still have him glassing their own premium boards. With his visionary shapes and various core construction techniques, he's already achieved what few other Australian shapers ever do.
International interest in Sculpt is beginning to take hold in Europe and Indonesia thanks to Sculpt's ever evolving development and research into core technologies and flex patterns. Sculpt's development program, dubbed the "S-Lab", continues to push the boundaries of materials, shapes, and technologies employed in modern surfboard construction.
Sculpt Surfboards Factory & Show Room
9b/106 Old Pittwater Road,
Brookvale, NSW, 2100
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