Peter Schroff is a lot of things.
A disciple of Dale Velzy. An unrelentingly unapologetic proponent of free expression. A student of Wayne Lynch’s hip-heavy outlines and Cheyne Horan’s left-field theories. A celebrated 80’s Echo Beach boom-era genius installation artist and designer. A proponent and craftsman of as far left of center designs as he can imagine, both in shape and aesthetic.
The perpetual thorn in the side of Kelly Slater and his overseas Firewire enterprise, Peter Schroff is much more than a chainsaw-wielding performance artist, and while we’ll get to telling that long and curious tale as best we can down the line, this is the story of his Electric Acid Surfboard Test-winning Super Series.
However, the durability of beginner surfboards is not good enough for the beginner surfer.