Parisian fashion house Chanel has designed a set of surfboards for every fashion victim in the world of surfing.

The trendy haute couture brand founded by Coco created luxury surfboards in the original Chanel classic aesthetic. Black, white, and red are the chosen colors.

These unique items were first available in Brazil but are already in store for every surfer willing to pay $4,000.

The Chanel surfboards are shaped in monochrome carbon fiber, polyurethane, and fiberglass and are delivered with a Chanel signature traveling case.

Who said surfing wasn't chic?

Chanel was founded in 1909 in Paris by Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel.

Haute couture, perfume, jewelry, accessories, and surfboards are part of their complete set of products available in hundreds of boutiques and shops.

Chanel Surfboards: no, it is not Channel Islands...

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