Shred Season is South Carolina's online surfboard shop!
We keep the prices of our surfboards low by not having a physical store. Shred Season representatives meet our customers in person by appointment. This lowers our overhead cost, so we can pass those savings onto our customers!
We make board buying as easy as possible. Our team works with every customer to make sure you get the right board for your height, weight, and experience. We meet our buyers and sellers in person at Bohemian Bull on James Island. All boards are GUARENTEED to be watertight and ready to ride!
We treat every used board with love and care as if it's our own. Stickers and wax are completely removed to make sure no damage can be covered up. If a used board has damage, we professionally repair the board to ensure it is watertight!
Years ago, we teamed up with David Farina. A reputable east coast shaper that has been building surfboards since 1989. With Shred Season's low-overhead business model, we can afford to offer high-performance custom shapes for less cost than a surf shop.
Our goal is to sell as many custom surfboards as possible, so we want our new customers to become good surfers. To do this, we offer high-performance beginner boards so our customers can advance their surfing skills quickly! We carry Liquid Shredder boards because they are the best quality for the least expensive price.
Words From The Founder
"I began conceptualizing this business when I was attending The College of Charleston. I was on my own financially when I was in school, so saving money for another surfboard was difficult to do while paying rent, tuition and bills.
One time I was ripped off on a board I bought through Craigslist. It was coated in wax and stickers covering up holes that were beyond repair. It was waterlogged and completely ruined. Since the guy selling the board was a seasoned local surfer, I didn't question the board feeling heavier when I met him at Walmart to buy it. Once I realized he had lied about it being "water-tight", I texted, emailed, and called him several times, but I never heard back from him. So how could I prevent this from happening to other people?
I began to think of ways to require people to show all damage and repairs along with an honest description. From this, Shred Season was born!"