The boards are made in Virginia Beach from sturdy birch wood that’s sourced in Pennsylvania. The distinctive hammerhead shape prevents paddle wheel bite, which is when the paddle or board’s deck hits the wheels (often resulting in a wipe out).
With its spherical rubber tip, the adjustable paddle provides traction from any angle, helping you brake and steer through turns.
Scott Harris was a surfer before he took up paddle boarding. He came up with Hammerheads’ smooth-ride-promoting design. Along with Co-Founder Terry Siviter, they’re bringing one of their favorite board sports out of the water for anytime, anywhere cruising.