Want To Work At Jack’s Hermosa?

Posted in Jack's Surfboards on March 30th, 2010

Fill out the form and fax it to: 714-536-7861


Mail them to: Jack’s Surfboards
7575 Reynolds Circle
Huntington Beach, CA 92647

Vans Pier Classic Is Live

Posted in Jack's Surfboards on March 24th, 2010

The Vans Pier Classic presented by Jack’s Surfboards is up and running. The contest will run from Wed. 24th - Sun. 28th. If you can’t make it down to the South Side of the Huntington Beach Pier, then you can check out all of the action live via the webcast @ http://www.vans.com/pierclassic/webcast.html and you can pick up all the contest gear in stores or online.

Where’s Erica Update

Posted in Jack's Surfboards on March 18th, 2010

Check out Jack’s Girl Erica Hosseini as she gets down to the contest down at Margarets a bit early and catches up with some of the pro’s.

Erica Hosseini:
“It’s day 3 of the contest, and they started at 7:00am with Taj Burrow in the first heat of the day. I posted up and snuck some interviews with Dusty Paine, Nate Yeomans, Gabe Kling and Taj Burrow along with some very entertaining surf footage, so check it out!!!”

Margaret River 6 Star Prime WQS from erica hosseini on Vimeo.

Geiselman Win Ron Jon SI Pro

Posted in Jack's Surfboards on March 15th, 2010

SEBASTIAN, Florida (Friday, March 12, 2010) – The Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP) North America Pro Junior Series season opener saw local Floridian Evan Geiselman (New Smyrna Beach, FL), 16, clinch the ASP Grade-3 Ron Jon SI Pro presented by Skullcandy while young Hawaiian talent Malia Manuel (Wailua, HI), 16, won the ASP Grade-2 Skullcandy Junior Pro in one-to-three foot (1 metre) surf at Florida’s iconic break of Sebastian Inlet.

With qualification for the inaugural ASP World Junior Tour (WJT) on the line via this year’s regional series, the early season ratings’ lead picked up by Geiselman and Manuel could prove vital in their chance to battle the globe’s best for the title of ASP World Junior Champion.

Geiselman, who was a runner up at the ASP Grade-2 Billabong Pro Junior at Sebastian Inlet in 2008, proved to be untouchable at this year’s Ron Jon SI Pro event, marching to victory after getting a slow start in the final to best Hawaiian standout Keanu Asing (Ewa Beach, HI), 16, and Californians Gabe Garcia (Carlsbad, CA), 19, and Chase Wilson (Newport Beach, CA), 18.

“The final started off slow for me and I hadn’t caught a wave after the first five minutes,” Geiselman said. “Then I caught two quick waves and had to play the dirty work and sit on second in the last five minutes.”

After several close finishes in ASP Pro Junior events, the Ron Jon SI Pro victory marks the first ASP Pro Junior Series win for the young Floridian, and clinching the event close to home made his inaugural win that much more memorable.

“I’m really stoked and don’t even know what to say,” Geisleman said. “To win this contest so close to home with so many great Pro Junior surfers from up and down the East Coast, California and Hawaii, it means a lot.”

The crucial ASP Grade-3 points earned by Geiselman also establish that talented goofy-footer as the early season ratings leader of the pack of surfers looking towards qualification for this year’s ASP WJT.

“It’s a great start to my year,” Geiselman said. “This is one of the bigger contests of the year since it’s a Grade-3 and it gives me some momentum going into the next event.”

Manuel, who is the reigning women’s ASP North America Pro Junior Series Champion, wasted no time in becoming familiar with Sebastian Inlet during her first trip to Florida and continues to establish herself as a top threat amongst her junior peers while continuing to hold her regional junior series points lead.

“The final really slowed down with the high tide, but I was lucky to find a couple of waves,” Manuel said. “It really came down to who just got the right ones in the final, but I just kept moving around and managed to get a couple of scores.”

Manuel is another talent who is hoping to qualify for the ASP WJT and feels that the Skullcandy Junior Pro victory will help the young Hawaiian pave the path towards competing against the globe’s best juniors in the future.

“It’s a great start to my year and I’m so thankful to have a couple of events to try and qualify for this year’s World Junior Tour,” Manuel said. “I haven’t competed in about a month, so this is a great way to start of the new year.”

The ASP North America Pro Junior Series will continue with the ASP Grade-2 Ezekiel Pro Junior presented by Jack’s Surfboards, which will run from March 24 through 28, 2010.

Erica Hosseini Interviews the Gudauskas Brothers

Posted in Jack's Surfboards on March 11th, 2010

Get a good mix of what the Jack’s Surfboards Team is in this video. Jack’s Girl Erica Hosseini interviews the Gudauskas brothers, Dane, Pat, and Tanner while on the Gold Coast.

Erica Hosseini:

“I recently found out the Gudauskas boys were staying right next door to me on the Gold Coast this entire time, so I had to go see what they were up to and ask them a few questions. Little did I know the BBQ feast they were about to embark on me.”

Gudang Interview from erica hosseini on Vimeo.

Where Is Erica Part 2 “Burleigh and Bowling”

Posted in Jack's Surfboards on March 10th, 2010

Check out Jack’s Girl Erica Hosseini in part 2 of “Where Is Erica”. In this episode Erica battles through some Gold Coast weather and enjoys a few fun waves.

Erica Hosseini:
“What do you do all day when it pours all day on the Goldy??? We make the best of it! Check out the happs in video!”

Day 2 in Aus. from erica hosseini on Vimeo.

Sign Up For The Arnette All Day Antics

Posted in Jack's Surfboards on March 3rd, 2010

Please Print Clearly and Fill Out Completely
Release Form Must Be Signed & Submitted Morning of Event
Entry Fee: FREE
Name: ___________________________________Address: ___________________________________________________________
City: ___________________________________________________ State: _______________ Zip: _______________________________
Home Phone: (_____) ____________________________ Birth Date: _______/________/_________ Age: __________ Sex: M F
Emergency Contact: _______________________________________ Emergency Phone: (_____) _________________________________
Name and Date of Event Entered (Location): ___________________________________ Division Entered: _________________________
E-mail Address:_____________________________________@____________________________________________________________
February 27th (New Date: March 20th) PB Drive, Pacific Beach 6:30 am
March 6th Blackies, Newport Pier 6:30 am
May 29th 9th Street, Huntington Beach 6:30 am
July 11th Kewalos, Honolulu 6:30am
July 16th Steamer Lane, Santa Cruz 6:30am
Mini Groms (10 and Under) Boys (14 and Under) Juniors (18 and Under)
In applying to this surfing competition, I promise to inspect the contest site, and assure myself that the area is safe for surfing, and further agree that I will
not surf in the contest, unless I am satisfied that the area and conditions are safe for surfing purposes. In exchange for the event promoters (including
Luxottica Group S.P.A. and its affiliates and subsidiaries) accepting my entry form, I voluntarily agree to assume all risks incident to the sport of surfing. I
fully understand and comprehend the dangers of surfing created by the sharp edges and fins along with the natural buoyancy of a surfboard when they are
acted upon the powerful forces of the ocean and ocean waves. With full acknowledgement, comprehension and understanding of these dangers, I voluntarily
accept and assume all risks involved in the spirit of competitive surfing. I will further read and comply with all event rules and regulations, and do agree
that, noting existing weather conditions, I voluntarily assume all risks arising from conditions related to use of the contest site by myself and others. I give
the event promoters permission to arrange to telecast, show, or print and publish any and/or all pictures taken of me (movie, video, or still) in conjunction
with said event. In consideration of your acceptance of my entry, I intend to be legally bound, hereby, for myself, my heirs, executors and administrators,
hold harmless and release and forever discharge the event promoters, the city, county and state where the event is located, any and all sponsors, co-sponsors,
named or not, members, agents and any and all officials connected with this competition, from all liabilities for injuries and damages whatsoever, arising
from my presence or participation in the above described event and do hereby grant the promoters and sponsors such release as described herein. I
acknowledge that I have read and understand all of the above. My signature below indicates I will abide by all competition rules; I will not enter the
competition area unless competing and I will not demonstrate any unsportsmanlike conduct. Any violation of the above will be cause for disqualification.
Signature: _______________________________________________________ Date: ________________________
Printed Name: ____________________________________________________
I hereby certify that I am the parent or guardian of the surfer named above, and do hereby give my permission without reservation and with full
understanding and comprehension of the foregoing agreement to hold the aforementioned organization and governmental entities harmless any and all
liabilities including any such injuries which are alleged to have occurred as a result of negligent failure of the event promoters officials, judges, and directors
to properly supervise contestants in the course of competition.
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(Proof of age will be required for all contestants.)

Where’s Erica Hosseini?

Posted in Jack's Surfboards on March 3rd, 2010

Jack’s Girl Erica Hosseini has embarked on an adventurous trip down to Australia. She will be checking in with blogs and video like the one below. So if your interested in what this girl is up to, make sure to check back here or check out whereserica.com for all the updates and videos.

Erica Hosseini:
“Well after a 14 hour flight (in a middle seat), an awful kosher meal, a three hour layover and an interesting car rental experience I made it to Aus! My mom filmed EVERYTHING and I put together a little somethin somethin with my digi cam and my home grown imovie skills. Hope you like it.”

First Day in Oz from erica hosseini on Vimeo.