Welcome to the NEW Stoke Harvester! We brought the blog back… you’re reading it right now! New blog content will include product reviews, featured musicians and artists, and a monthly write-up on some random object that we have scored from Goodwill. If you’re creative and would like you and/or your work to be featured, shoot us an email !
You may have noticed things look a little different… Jasmine cleaned up the joint… I’m messy but thanks to her you can now see the floor… apparently its white.
Along with a new design, we have also added a few products…
Since 1979, Chuck Ames has been developing some of the highest quality fiberglass fins on the market. True Ames templates and foils helped guide a young Tommy Curren to the very first American World Title. Along with Curren… True Ames has worked with some of the biggest and stylish names in the surf industry- Al Merrick, George Greenough, and the Cambell Brothers… the list goes on. At the moment, we have True Ames‘ full lineup of SUP fins available on the site. The rest of their collection will be made available within the coming weeks.
Joining True Ames, and rounding out the fin section of the site, is Rainbow Fin Company. In 1968 a handful of Santa Cruz surfers started shaping fins to meet the demands of the surf industry. Four decades later, RFC is still a family run company, and continues to shape killer fins for surf, SUP, wind & kite. At the moment, we have Rainbow’s full lineup of Long board and SUP fins… short board setups coming soon.
Next up, Tahoe Long boards… rider owned and operated since 1997. The kids over at Tahoe were bombing hills before it was cool. The crew was nice enough to send us a GIANT pile of their sweet stickers. Hit us up… we like to share and have an extra book of Betty White 45 cent stamps burning a hole in our desk.
Last but certainly not least, we are very proud to introduce the Progress Project. Noah over at TPP has created something unique. He reclaims advertising billboards and turns them into one of a kind board bags! Since its creation, the Progress Project has been committed to lowering the carbon footprint by “Up-Cycling” materials taken from the landfill. We have 6 bags currently being fashioned by the Progress Project… my Dewey Webber is going to have a fancy new sleeping bag within the next couple of weeks! ;)
Over the next month we will continue tweaking the site. Our boy Keith Adams has been hard at work upgrading the PNW Surf report. It will remain 100% flash-free and mobile friendly. Maybe when Oswald gets back from picking up cat food, he can help us put together an iPhone app. ;)
Stoke Harvester continues to evolve. We are very thankful for all of the support you have given us over the last year. If you have a comment or suggestion, we would love to hear from you.
-Shawn & Jasmine