Welcome Back. It’s the legendary Sunshine House Surf Shop! Bethesda Surf Shop in Bethesda inspired the creation of the Sunshine House by Jimmy Finigan and C.V. Roberts in 1967, it quickly became a popular hang-out for local surfers. When it opened in Ocean City, MD in 1970, the Sunshine House Surf Shop became an icon for a new wave of surfing rebellion and counterculture.
Long considered a cornerstone of the Ocean City, MD surfing subculture, the shop was also a destination for surfers and skaters from around the country. In the 1970s Sunshine House Surf Shop became known for its iconic “Indian on the horse” long-sleeved T-Shirts, and it’s infamous “Surf Naked” shirts that were actually banned in many schools. So we began recreating these legendary shirts. Why not bring one home today?
Why Sunshine House? We also provide the surf and skate community with the best in hand-made boards, equipment, and ethically sourced apparel. Because we were made for mountains and waves.
Many well-known surfers and skateboarders have visited Sunshine House over the years including Tony Hawk, Jesse Martinez, Mike McGill, Rodney Mullen, and local legend Denny Reardon.
In the 1970s, Sunshine House Surf Shop was at the height of its popularity. Surfing and skating represented a kind of cool-kid rebellion. The Indian on the Horse and Surf Naked shirts that were created by Sunshine House became the stuff of legend. In 2016, we were able to purchase the rights to the Sunshine House trademark.
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