Firewire - Special T - timberTEK Tec

Brand: Firewire

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Available dimensions 

Length Width Depth Volume
8' 00" 22" 2 3/4" 56.4 L
8' 06" 22 1/2" 2 7/8" 64.0 L
9' 00" 22 3/4" 3" 71.3 L
9' 03" 22 3/4" 3" 73.5 L
9' 06" 23" 3" 76.6 L
9' 09" 23 1/4" 3 1/4" 85.9 L

The Special T

Dann Mann: “Despite his preference for high performance longboarding, Taylor is an accomplished noserider so he wanted his Firewire models to include a design more suited to traditional longboarding. I’ve personally always enjoyed the stylish nature of the ‘old school’ and in particular, riding an original Phil Edwards board that my dad has”.

Dan continued, “After a ton of input from Taylor combined with my own experience, we developed The Special T. The rails have a soft 50/50 curve, along with a scoop nose concave and extra tail flip. We also relaxed the nose entry rocker to enhance tip riding, allowing riders maximum glide and trim with ease.

TimberTEK Technology 

TIMBERTEK represents a significant step forward towards the holy grail of any product designed and manufactured in today’s environmentally conscious world. While by no means sustainably built, Firewire’s TIMBERTEK has by far one of the least toxic and smallest carbon footprints of any commercially available surfboard today.

The combination of a lightweight EPS core, sustainably-grown Paulownia wood deck skins, Firewire’s proprietary parabolic rail construction, and an Entropy bio-resin hot coat yield an extremely lightweight, durable surfboard with ALL of the high performance flex characteristics of Firewire’s existing technologies.

Even more impressive, the physical properties of the raw materials involved have allowed a significantly reduced exterior lamination, furthering the reduction of the board’s carbon footprint. In other words, TIMBERTEK can be described simply as High Performance Art.


Paulownia wood is extremely fast growing; up to 20 feet in one year when young. Some species of plantation Paulownia can be harvested for saw timber in as little as five years. Once the trees are harvested, they regenerate from their existing root systems, earning the name of the “Phoenix tree.”