Who Doesn’t Love Air E Ola’s! – New Surfboard Shape by Lib Tech

The latest Lib Tech Waterboard creation, halfway between the Vert and the Bowl Series, the Air E Ola is the perfect performance short board for aggressive surfers. Fast precise surfing in all conditions from waist high to double overhead ridden at standard lengths and widths.


Radically Different construction and materials
every material and process we use is new to the surf industry.
Environmentally Nicer…polyester and hand shaped epoxy surfboards are a toxic mess…if you are not working directly with a shaper to refine and progress your surf equipment there is no reason to subject the world to the toxic processes involved in conventional surfboard production.
Dang Difficult to Ding…Outside magazine voted Lib Tech the best travel board…travel to the end of the world or the end of the block without a care…you are not carrying an egg.
FOC Adjustable fin system…set them up factory approved or go on a fin adjustment adventure…fins and fin position redefine board performance…customize your board to your stance, style and the days waves…5/8″ adjustment in each box…asymmetry is encouraged.
Smooth•Fast•Poppy…Performance….ask Johnny Grubbs.
Handcrafted in the USA near Canada
Shaped by Mike Olson and Jeff Henderson

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Mervin Manufacturing is an innovative board building and creative hub that was established in 1977 by surfer,skater snowboarders Mike Olson and Pete Saari.  Mervin is currently the longest running major snowboard building factory in the USA producing boards for Gnu, Lib Tech and Roxy. Lib tech’s kraftsmen (Bitchin Board Builders) also produce NAS skis, world record setting Exo-skeletech composite skateboards and award winning Waterboard Surfboards.  Based near Canada in Carlsborg, Washington between the rugged Olympic mountain ranges and the Pacific Ocean Mervin is a direct link between riding and manufacturing.  

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