Munro Surfboards

About

Portrait of Brett by Beau Pilgrim.

Portrait of Brett by Beau Pilgrim.

About

 

Commencing his shaping apprenticeship in Whangamata, NZ way back in '74, Brett Munro's journey as a craftsman of custom surfboards has taken him all over the south pacific in search of the knowledge that give his boards a special something that keeps surfers stoked and coming back for more.

Forty-plus years and thousands of boards later, the passion and dedication to his craft has solidified Brett as one of the most respected and trusted shapers in the industry.

Over the years, the style of surfing has changed considerably, often reflecting advances in the design, materials and manufacturing methods of modern surfboards. Brett has been quietly contributing to this progression since he first took tools to foam, and continues to select only the highest quality blanks, fins, fiber-glass and resins in the construction of his boards. 

A long time advocate of responsible coast care strategies, a conscious decision has been made to avoid epoxy foams and resins at the Munro Factory due to their environmental impact and limited repair-ability. Brett continues to offer an industry unique 'satisfaction guarantee' on every board he makes, such is his ability to tailor a board to a rider's local break, body shape, ability and surf style. That's old skool service wrapped in glass and resin that will last more than a few good swells.

 

factory

 

open:

10:30am to 5pm Mon - Fri

10:30am to 2pm Sat

closed Sunday

 

2/29 Acacia Street

Byron Bay Arts & Industrial Estate

NSW 2481 Australia

 

phone: 02 6685 6211