(1 customer review)

From: 749 USD


Target production time for custom boards is about 6 weeks.

After confirmation of order we will inform you about the actual production time.

If you would like more customisation, feel free to contact us!


Applepie V2

The allrounder for intermediate to advanced surfers

Our allrounder. More performance orientated than the Jonagold. This means you have to generate more of your own speed on the wave. The upside: you gain control. A board that surfs well in the steeper part of the wave but it still has a generous glide surface for easy paddling and acceleration. Compared to the Jonagold, the Applepie is thinner and has more rocker, and its outline is more pulled in at the tail and nose. A good middle ground shape that provides fun in the North Sea and elsewhere! For the new V2 version we updated the rocker and fine tuned the outline. It surfs even smoother than before.

Pick a size 4 inches shorter than your normal shortboard length but with the same volume or even a little more, depending on your level.

Surf construction


It’s Waterproof!

It all starts with the core and every board we make starts with a foam core of our very own 50K closed cell foam. This foam is formalized exclusively for us, it is not used in any other board in the market.

The foam can withstand 50.000 kg per square meter, while staying very light, and most of all very flexible. Another plus of our 50K foam is that it is closed cell, meaning that the foam will not take in water, and the board will not blow out when it gets hot. Any small crack or ding does not need immediate repair. Eventually a repair is advised, but you can first finish your well deserved session or trip!

50K foam is not easy to shape, all commercially available shaping machines will have great trouble shaping it and hand shaping is not possible. At Appletree surfboards we use our own shaping machines that we built and control ourselves. This way we can not only shape the foam, but we can also create channels and extreme contours, straight from the machine.


All our surfboards are laminated using our unique vacuum technology. After the core is shaped with our custom CNC and hand finished by our skilled craftsmen, it’s time for the lamination to give the board it’s final strength.

Surfboards can be finished in both glass fibre and carbon fibre, but both go through the same lamination. The laminate is applied to the blank dry, both the top and the bottom, additionally fin boxes and leash plugs are installed. Then the whole package goes into a vacuum bag and under pressure is injected with epoxy resin. This way the whole lamination is much tighter and requires almost no more work. This way of laminating results in the best fibre to epoxy ratio, leaving the boards both lighter and stronger. We are able to produce carbon boards at a weight under 2.5 kg while keeping them ultra strong. normal glass fibre boards finish under 3 kg  depending on the volume.

Applepie V2  Width Thickness Volume Surfer weight *
5’7” 20.6” 2.4” 31.2 L <70 KG
5’9′ 20.8″ 2.5” 33.8 L 70-85 KG
5’11” 21” 2.6” 36.3 L 85< KG
6’1” 21.2” 2.7” 37,9 L 85< KG





*This is an indication and will also depend on your skills and fitness

1 review for Applepie V2

  1. Alex

    Really great all around board. I’m solidly intermediate, but don’t find it too hard to get this board up to speed on the waves. If you’re looking for one board to bring on your kite trips, this is a great pick as it paddles real nice if the waves are small, and I’ve also been barreled on this board on larger days, say 8 ft waves. Over 10 feet, especially when the waves get very fast, this board tops out, but if you’re going on a full on surf trip, bring a gun/step up as well!

    I’m 93 kg and I bought the 6’1 version. Honestly could have done the 5’11, board paddles weirdly well for the size and volume.

    I’ve also kited this board in really light days when you’re trying to get your biggest kite to pull you into some waves. No heel dents

    Construction is great, very lightweight. I’ve definitely dinged it a few times but that happens with surfboards eh?

    Would love it if Appletree made a surfboard for bigger days!

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