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Born in Newport Beach, Peter Schroff took up surfing at the age of eleven on a stolen, purple spray
painted Hobie given to his father. This was during the heyday of the Blackie's parking lot scene. Lined with customized
Volkswagens from the Newport Beach Volkswagen Association (NBVA), of these surfers belonging to the prestigious Newport Beach
Surfing Association (NBSA) included Peter's best friend "The Newport Kid" Lenny Foster, David Nuuhiwa, Owl &
Gray Chapman, and 1960s & 1970s wave/tube photographer Scott Price.
It was shortly after this
time Peter began experimenting with his own shapes. At 14 Peter shaped and glassed his first board on the kitchen table and
shortly afterward moved to Maui. Heavily inspired by Wayne Lynch, Peter began shaping surfboards in
the family home for his school friends under the name "Underdog." After a series of surf trips to Australia to study
a phenomenon known as the twin fin, Peter returned with a shaped blank by Mark Richards and spent many years reinventing and
eventually perfecting the modern twin fin. It was at this time the Schroff Label was born alongside what is considered to
be the genesis of ultra high performance surfing known as "Echo Beach."
This 100 yard
stretch of beach from 52nd to 56th street in Newport Beach was the proving ground for surfer and shaper alike. Standout surfers
such as Preston Murray, Danny Kwock, Jeff Parker, Dan Flecky, Hugh Johnson, John Gothard, and Mark "Smerk" Mangan
rode high performance surfboards created by Peter Schroff, Shawn Stüssy, Geoff McCoy, and Lance Collins. After riding the wave of a succesful surfing brand, Peter chose to pursue his first love... art. With his newly founded
design company www.dar9.com, Peter created and launched many successful brand campaigns for surf industry giants such as Quiksilver, Gotcha
and Ocean Pacific. After a lengthy stay out of the spotlight, Peter is back creating high-performance
surfboards. You may remember seeing him surf Lowers back in the 80's
wearing a leopard print wetsuit. classic…