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Jack ONeill was a hardcore surfer who didnt let the freezing cold waters of Californias North Bay cramp his style. At a time when surf wear meant a pair of inferior surf trunks, or maybe an oiled wool sweater in a desperate attempt to keep from hypothermia, ONeill defeated the daunting icy waters. ONeill struggled to find a way to insulate surfers so that they could surf from dawn till dusk. He found that answer in neoprene, a thick open-cell foam material that was currently a floor padding for aircraft. Jack made the first primitive wetsuit in his newly opened surf shop in 1952. The first suits were only glued-together vests, but history was made, and surfers scrambled for the new product. Surfing exploded with the advent of beach movies like Gidget and the Beach Party series. Thanks to the wetsuit, the allure of surf and sand could now be enjoyed even in colder climes, cementing Jack ONeill as a godfather of California surfing. ONeills entire family got into the surf business, and in the late 70s and 80s, a whole new generation was stoked for surfing, and ONeill was there. You didnt have to be a surfer to wear ONeill, as the company expanded beyond wetsuits to put their name on all forms of athletic apparel. Although the surf craze faded, ONeill remains a top competitor in extreme sports apparel.

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Attention: With many surfboards from the 60s to 80s selling for $500 - $10,000 or more.  Vintage surfboards are a great investment.  Being 2015, anything 25 years or older is now an antique. Boards older than 1983 are skyrocketing in value.  Do you know what’s happening? 80's boards are now collector’s items, not just used boards for sale. 

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