Some sports are severely restricted to where you can do them, some require masses of snow while others require dune upon dune of sand, but one sport which is a truly global practice is the noble art of surfing, whether you’re in Hawaii, California, Cornwall or on Australia’s famous Gold Coast, you can be sure to find hundreds of people taking to the waves on their boards, from first time amateurs right up to the seasoned pros. [click to continue]
The cowboy-inspired Gaucho Snapshirt Pelican by Howler is constructed of lightweight, quick drying poly-nylon blend and featuring a cooling mesh lined vented back yoke. Perfect for your post-surf meet up in town or checking out that new show at the art gallery opening.
A high level of comfort made with high quality materials make the Cobian Sandal durable enough for the beach, but casual enough for the city. Fashion – with a passion for giving back, Cobian has partnered with the Beautiful Feet Organization to help others. Check out the entire line of Cobian footwear at Surfshop.com.
The World in The Curl (Crown Publishers) is a fascinating, compelling, and highly readable look at the origins of surfing. California authors Peter Westwick and Peter Neushul, both surfers, have masterfully created a book that tells the familiar story of surfing from a cultural, political, economic, and environmental perspective. [click to continue]
Labor Day may have passed and the kids have gone back to school, but there is still some epic camping and road trips to be had. The Napsack by Poler seems to have been made with adventurous surfers in mind when they designed this ingenious sleeping bag/snuggy-like product. [click to continue]
World Champion surfer Shaun Tomson (Surfer’s Code – 12 Simple Lessons for Riding Through Life) brings us his latest guidebook to life. This time his writing is based on the many talks he has personally given to schools. In the mid-70s, Tomson had the movie star looks and the talent to dominate the surf contests and magazines, and his company Instinct, was a lucrative business in the early 80s. But his life has not always been so easy. [click to continue]
We’ve all seen the classic Endless Summer poster for the film by Bruce Brown – the bold day-glo colors and the iconic silhouettes of Hynson and August. But this is merely a hint of John Van Hamersveld’s many talents in graphic design and poster creation. [click to continue]
We love the RIDEBRO eco-friendly barefoot shoe. Made with organic canvas and made without the use of animal products, they have a barefoot feel and yet provide both protection and comfort. But they need your help in getting these shoes produced. Find out how you can help them and get your own custom pair at their Kickstarter page.