What? Surf Shop in Idaho? If this makes no sense to you, that is ok. Sometimes it makes little sense to us. Just come visit our labyrinth workshop. It's worth the visit and maybe you will get it. Not everything has to make sense! We even have a bar and food-truck on site. Everything is open April-October. The shop reverts to a workshop in the winter, but is always open by appointment.
Shop owner Victor Myers lived out of a bag, kayak van or motorcycle most of his adult life. He traveled all over the US and the world looking for adventure and experiences but he always wanted a dedicated workshop. In all the places he visited and lived he always considered if he could "live" there. Boise was the place that checked all the boxes. Not a fan of scenes he unintentionally helped create a different one entirely.
Corridor started as an experiment in building his own surfboards and SUP's that were a little different and just what he wanted. It has become the basecamp for creating whatever the guys in the shop can dream up. At any one time there are 4-5 adventure vehicles being built, motorcycles, vans, RV's. Countless surfboards are alway in the works either for the river waves one hundred yards away or for trips to the sea closest to home or across the globe.
No garage or workshop is complete without a place to drink beers and talk story. We created Yardarm at the shop to give everyone a place to hang out and do just that.
We recycle or repurpose everything. We are constantly trying to lessen our footprint. Greener board construction, onsite plastic recycling, turning plastic bags into board bags and making our own biofuel from waste veggie oil. It all helps save what we care about most.
There is always fun to be had here in the bubble we have created. Equally important are the plans and expeditions charted over maps, weather and satellite images for the time we can get away.