Morey Boogie: Mike Stewart had his signature model

Morey Boogie is more than an iconic bodyboarding brand. Morey Boogie is an institution, a 20th-century treasure. Discover the classic and vintage models that made Morey Boogie the most popular bodyboard on the planet.

The company - founded by Thomas Hugh Morey in 1973 - designed, developed and marketed more than 45 Morey Boogie models, between 1973 and 1994.

Tom Morey started manufacturing the early models in his garage, but the business rapidly expanded and became an international water sports giant.

At a certain point, the young entrepreneur from Detroit compared the relevance of the boogie board to the invention of the spoon and Gutenberg's printing press.

Morey sold the Boogie to Kransco in 1977, when he was producing and selling more than 80,000 bodyboards per year. Morey Boogie would change hands once again in 1994 to Wham-O, the company that still markets the insignia.

With the precious and valuable help of Rob Beaton from vintagebodyboards.com, we were able to identify the boards released between the year Leonardo DiCaprio was born, and the year Kurt Cobain died.

Do you own an old Morey Boogie board? Check out which gem you've got in the garage. These are the original Morey Boogie models released from 1972 to 1994:

Morey Boogie (1972)

Morey Boogie (1972)Morey Boogie (1974)

Morey Boogie (1974)

Morey Boogie 132 (1975)

Morey Boogie 132 (1975)

Morey Boogie 132 BE (1975)

Morey Boogie 135 (1978)

Morey Boogie Mini 136 (1979)

Morey Boogie 136 (1979)

Morey Boogie 136 (1979)

Morey Boogie 137 (1980)

Morey Boogie 138 (1981)

Morey Boogie Mach 7-7 (1982)

Morey Boogie Mach 7-7 (1982)

Morey Boogie 139 (n.a.)

Morey Boogie 140 (1983)

Morey Boogie Mach 10 (1984)

Morey Boogie Mach 10 (1984)

Morey Boogie Mach 7-7 (1984)

Morey Boogie Mach 7-7 (1984)

Morey Boogie 142 (1985)

Morey Boogie Aussie (1986)

Morey Boogie Aussie (1986)

Morey Boogie Mach 10 (1986)

Morey Boogie Mach 10 (1986)

Morey Boogie Mach 6 (1986)

Morey Boogie 1943 (1986)

Morey Boogie Wiki-Wiki (1986)

Morey Boogie Mach 20 RS (1987)

Morey Boogie Mach 20 RS (1987)

Morey Boogie Waimea Pro (1987)

Morey Boogie Mach 1 (1988)

Morey Boogie Mach 6 (1988)

Morey Boogie Waimea Pro (1988)

Morey Boogie Waimea Pro (1988)

Morey Boogie Mach 10 (1989)

Morey Boogie Mach 20 RS (1989)

Morey Boogie Mach 20 RS (1989)

Morey Boogie Mach 20 XL (1989)

Morey Boogie Mach 7-7 (1989)

Morey Boogie Mach 7-SS (1989)

Morey Boogie Mach 4 (1990)

Morey Boogie Mike Stewart Pro/Com (1990)

Morey Boogie Mike Stewart Pro/Com (1990)

Morey Boogie Pro/Am (1990)

Morey Boogie 7-SS (1991)

Morey Boogie 7-SS (1991)

Morey Boogie Mach 7-X (1991)

Morey Boogie Mach VF (1991)

Morey Boogie Mike Stewart Mach 7-7 (1991)

Morey Boogie Jay Reale Mach 7-SS (1992)

Morey Boogie Mach 11-X (1992)

Morey Boogie Mach 8-TX (1992)

Morey Boogie Mach 8-TX (1992)

Morey Boogie Mach Gripper (1992)

Morey Boogie Aussie Speedslick (1993)

Morey Boogie Mach 8-TX (1993)

Morey Boogie Mach SCS (1993)

Morey Boogie Jay Reale Mach 7-SS (1994)

Morey Boogie Mach 7-X (1994)