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Mark Harris Redwood Handplane

$ 495.00
This fish-shaped, bodysurfing handplane includes Free US Shipping. It's a one-of-a-piece hand drawn by Santa Cruz-based artist Mark Harris as part of the Ventana Handplane Artist Project.
Mark Harris Handplane

For this piece, Mark created a bold and colorful fin design using computer drawing tools and POSCA acrylic markers.

The handplane is made from locally-sourced, salvaged redwood and is glassed with sap-based Entropy Resins, soy-based Ecopoxy, and Aerialite fiberglass.

The hand strap is nylon and adjustable. It is covered with offcuts from Buell Wetsuits, and the wood is shaped with our unique, ergonomic hand fit. The hardware is solid brass. As with all Ventana handplanes, this one floats so you can easily pass it between friends in the waves.

It comes with a free cinch sack made by Sagebrush Boardbags from coffee bags and remnant fabrics.

You only need a single handplane on your leading arm for a great ride every time! This is a terrific conversation piece in your home and will slice you across the face of any sized surf.

Handmade in Santa Cruz, California and designed by master craftsman Martijn Stiphout

Dimensions: 14" x 9" x 3/4"

Weight: 14 ounces

 

All Ventana Handplanes are ECOBOARD Project Gold Level Verified by SustainableSurf.org!

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  • Ventana Surfboards & Supplies has the highest bars for artisanship and environmental responsibility. We create hollow-framed, reclaimed wood surfboards; bodysurfing handplanes; eco surf apparel, and sustainable surf supplies that are loved by adventurers everywhere. The Ventana team lives and works in Santa Cruz, California where we test our products on some of the most challenging waves on the planet. Ventana donates at least 5% of profits to ocean conservation.

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