Founder. Pioneer. Shaper. Legend
Jeff Page's vision for wakesurfing was early, to say the least. While the World of Watersports was focused on Waterskiing and Wakeboarding Jeff was consumed with Surfing.
With the expense, distance and inconvenience of coastal surfing it was unrealistic for Washington native to surf regularly. This challenged force Jeff to solve the problem personally while changing watersports forever. Most every watersports enthusiast had tried surfing Ocean shortboards behind the boats, Jeff too admittedly surfed behind early outboard boats on his surfboard. The difference was Jeff believed then he could design and shape boards that were designed for the smaller waves of Direct Drive ski boats for all. It was 1999 when the first Blue Lake and Green Room models the World loves today was reaching its maturity in testing and preparing for production in 2000. In 2001, the original year of incorporation for Inland Surfer, Jeff had the first completed samples and never looked back. The explosion of wakeboarding brought larger, deeper, ballast-optioned V-Drive inboards to market which over time we would see inboard boat manufacturers drive innovation and progression from Jeff, which he would respond with boards and technology that would push right back to the boating industry further fueling progression and wakesurf innovation.