Rusty Del Mar, or RDM as it's known to most locals, opened its doors in 1987. That's when surf industry legend Rusty Preisendorfer spotted the corner space while driving his favorite coastal route looking for waves.
Since then it has been a staple of the local Del Mar surf community and surf scene, putting on local contests and events including the upcoming Rusty Del Mar Surf Classic happening Saturday May 18th at 15th Street in Del Mar. Rusty Del Mar also has the latest and greatest Rusty surfboard designs and clothing, stocked, and ready for you to go check out and grab your favorite styles.
Come see why RDM is the favorite surf shop in Del Mar, and check out the Rusty Del Mar Surf Classic Saturday May 18th. Rusty surfboards will be having a demo on the beach, with your chance to test ride the latest boards, with free giveaways and prizes all day long!
Rusty Del Mar is located at: 201 15th Street
Del Mar, CA 92014
The T-Dwart is a narrower thinner version of the original Dwart, coupling a performance rail and slightly more rocker. In addition, the double wing round tail produces a quicker more agile surfboard. The board works perfect in the smaller and more challenging conditions, and is easy to whip around. Most ride the T-Dwart 3-6 inches shorter then their standard shortboard.
The Billabong Rio Pro kicks off this Wednesday May 8th at Barra Da Tuuca in Rio De Janeiro Brazil. The top surfers on the planet will be taking to the lineup to battle it out for points and the first place spot, while thousands of spectators take to the beach to root for their favorite pro!
Rusty team riders Josh Kerr and Willian Cardoso have been down in Rio for the past couple of weeks prepping and training for the contest. Be sure to watch live and root Kerrzy and Willian on as they take on the rest of the CT and show off their competitive surfing skills.
The Rusty Del Mar Surf Classic is set to take place Saturday May 18th 2013 at 15th Street in Del Mar California. Four divisions including open, masters, high school, and middle school will take to the lineup to compete for the win and first place spot!
The contest starts at 8:00 am and runs all day long through to the finals. The Rusty crew will be on hand with prizes, instagram scavenger hunts, and gear for those who come down to root for their local rippers.
Come try out the latest Rusty shapes and designs Thursday May 2nd with HSS Surf Shop in Huntington Beach, and Friday May 3rd with Ventura Surf Shop in Ventura. The Rusty crew will be on hand with stickers, gear, and prizes, as well as a grip of new sticks for you to shred!
Part of the Kerrection series, this is Josh’s go to competition board. Built for conditions the World over, from point breaks to beach breaks and everything in between. The Kerrosover has a single concave bottom, a performance rail, and Kerr’s performance rocker. We have added volume under the chest for extra paddle power, as well as a little width overall so Josh can execute his arsenal of maneuvers. Derived from the Jokerr DNA the Kerrosover is built to go!
Go check out the Full Frame story on Stabmag.com featuring Rusty team rider Noa Deane launching a giant Backside grab in Duranbah NSW. Noa is a pretty rad kid who's style both in and out of the water speaks for itself.
Check out this short edit of Rusty central California team rider and all around shredder Clay Johnson. Clay is a man on the move constantly scouring up and down the central coast in search of wedgy beach break drainers and slabbing rock dodging drops! This was from one short session in Big Sur.
Check out the latest featured surfboard model, the Neil from Rusty. This stout performance Shortboard is designed for those average days of surf from knee high to head high.
It has a moderately full template with a wider nose and added volume for the ease of paddling. The Neil’s bottom contour has a deep single concave with a subtle vee of the tail that generates drive and speed quickly. The shallow angular Diamond tail gives the Neil its distinct look.
The Diamond tail shortens the rail length which makes your board feel a little smaller, easier to turn and a whole lot more alive in sloppy average conditions.
Bottom: Deep Single Concave
Fins: Thruster / upgrade to Five-fin is optional