CJ Nelson Sprout
CJ Nelson "Sprout" Model
The History of “The Sprout”
CJ Nelson’s Scorpion Bay section in the longboard film Sprout was one of the most memorable noseriding segments in surf cinematography history. CJ’s mastery on the nose represented the perfect marriage of classic style and cutting-edge performance, and inspired the next generation of traditional loggers, including household names like Tyler Warren and Harrison Roach. But the board he rode in Sprout was just as important as CJ’s technique. Many consider that board to be the best noserider ever made, and it has been CJ’s go-to board for most of his career.
Designed by CJ and shaped by Ryan Engle, the pink board CJ rode at Scorpion Bay has come to be known as The Sprout (for obvious reasons), and is specifically geared towards technical noseriding in lined-up, symmetrical, waist- to chest-high point break perfection. This is the ultimate noserider, with timeless design elements that allow you to hang 10 indefinitely. But now the board has been released with a number of modern twists, including epoxy construction that makes for increased performance and durability. If you are looking for the ultimate noserider, your search ends here.
The borad comes in two sizes only
9’6” x 23 1/2” x 3”
10'0" x 24" x 3 1/8"
Product Description By CJ Neslson
The Sprout is the ultimate performance noserider. Period. Originally designed by CJ Nelson to be ridden in Thomas Campbell's film "The Sprout," this board has no limits. Known and revered by many as the best noseriding surfboard of all time, CJ has ridden this model for the majority of his life, earning himself worldwide recognition as one of the most technical noseriders of all time. Shaped by Ryan Engle and combined with our advanced Epoxy Matrix blanks and lamination materials, the new "Sprout's" ride, performance, and durability are way more spectacular than the original versions. If you are looking to hang ten with the best of them, look no further - the Sprout is here!
Shipping Outer Island
$40 to Aloha Air Cargo at Honolulu Airport
$35 Aloha Air Cargo Freight, you pay this when you pick up board.