Jeff McCallum’s Classics with a Twist – The San Diego board builder breaks down modernized versions of classic shapes and talks about the importance of high-quality craftmanship

Jeff McCallum’s Classics with a Twist – The San Diego board builder breaks down modernized versions of classic shapes and talks about the importance of high-quality craftmanship

After moving to San Diego from Denver Colorado when he was 18, McCallum got a job working under shaper Chris Christenson, whose alternative design preferences had an impact on what McCallum would eventually start producing for himself.

If you went looking for a prototypical high-performance, wafer-thin shred stick in Jeff McCallum’s dusty shaping bay, you’d come up empty-handed.

Today, McCallum’s own factory, located in South San Diego, produces some of the most coveted craft in the Southern California shaping mecca.

That’s because McCallum specializes in boards of a different breed-bonzers, fish, single-fins and everything funky from the past, but with modernized features for improved performance.

Press play above and hear more about McCallum’s designs, where he finds inspiration and the importance he places on keen craftsmanship.

Read more here: Surfer Mag

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