Testimonials

A Board That Makes Bad Waves Fun - Chris Cote


It’s easy to see how Chris Cote considers himself ‘having the coolest job ever.’ His miles under the hood of his twenty-something year career in action sports has given him every dreamed-about opportunity. He humbly concedes that his B grade...
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The Future Is Bright - Tony Curto


Tony Curto plays a pivotal role in Dark Arts Surf. He is the factory manager and brings with him a wealth of board-building and production experience. His love for chasing sets is what ultimately led him to his current vocation,...
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A One Board Quiver - Justin Heit


  Justin Heit knows every wave in North County, the twenty-mile stretch of endless breaks stretching from Solana Beach to Oceanside. "I've been here for forty years, surfed every spot on this coast." Justin's brother, Jeremy, is the one who...
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Durability for Days - Grant McGann


  "I don't do well if I don't surf." Most mornings, if you look far enough, you'll find an anchored boat behind sets at Point Loma, San Diego's hilly peninsula. Here, Grant McGann starts his morning, early, ritualistically, on his...
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A Dark Redemption - Luke Beling


Luke Beling, currently living in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii, recently wrote an article called, “A Dark Redemption.” It’s a story of how his Dark Arts surfboard has helped him through the quarantine. We loved it so much...
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Surfing Gold - Kyle Knox


Photo: Son of a Bishop Photography    Dark Arts talks to surfer Kyle Knox to learn more about growing up in Southern California, surfing and wine, and how he has yet to break a Dark Arts board.   Kyle Knox...
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