Presumably inspired by seeing how hard Utah shreds in Point Break, the similarly landlocked trio of Minneapolitans behind iDOL have combined to become "the world's exclusive full-service freshwater surfboard manufacturer". Each board's computer-calculated for properly buoyant foam volume, then wrapped in lightweight fiberglass and laminated with epoxy from Resin Research -- also what's done at an institute of even higher learning. Thrash with
Specifically engineered for the buoyancy of saltless H2O (on which saltwater boards won't float well), these puppies are available custom-only, and've been dubbed "Great Lakes" for their obvious utility on their ok-sized waves, or, what happens when the Royals come to Target Field
Designed for surfing a boat's wake (without bindings, that is), these things mimic ocean shredding via their pointed tips and multi-fin designs, with the lineup including "The Long", which's the world's only epoxy longboard wakesurfer, impressive, as those dudes often sleep quite late
Unfortunately not paddleboards that do a hilarious bit about fat people on airplanes, these puppies're perfect for waveless water, and include the uber-buoyant Cruiser, and the smaller, more versatile Perfect 10 that can double as a regular freshwater surfboard in a pinch, which is also how someone woke you up the last time you were on top of a perfect 10
They're also currently working with kiteboard pros to develop their own line of models, but in the meantime, are taking custom orders, so expect Gary Busey to call them up and demand "gimme two!".