Grab your fins! Or don’t, if you prefer to stand waist deep and finless in the womp zone. Either way, board-free surfing is one of my favorite ways to get wet when the water warms up. During the summers of my late teens (a hell of long time ago now) my friends and I spent a lot more time womping our favorite summer spots than we did riding our boards. [click to continue]
Description from Youtube: “Partial clip of an original 1965 surf film by friend Harrison Hine. This clip takes place in the realm of Hoshi Reef, the mythical and favored home of the Hoshi Reef Surf Team. North of Santa Monica and into the hazy distance beyond Magu, its treasured curls were, and are, the stuff of dreams.”
Sarah Hughen is the creator of A Wave A Day, a self-initiated year-long project designed to bring awareness to the prevention of breast cancer. Now that her year is wrapping up, we wanted to find out what challenges she faced and what she has learned from her personal journey. [click to continue]
Cy shares his view while surfing on a single fin log. Cinematography and Edit by Cyrus Sutton. Featuring a 9’7″ Cy’s Aquatic Almond Model by Almond Surfboards.
Down the line at Noosa. Photography by Geoff Fanning.
Ed Lewis and Kipp Denslow are the masterminds behind Enjoy Handplanes. Together, they create handplanes that are made from foam to the same exacting standards as a surfboard. The benefit is that each handplane is built from recycled materials and finished with earth-friendly resins. We spoke with Ed to learn more. [click to continue]
Jacob with Alaia, 2008 by John Eldridge. This was taken at Johnsons, Noosa, it was a below average day with slight onshore, not great waves. I was wondering aimlessly around the carpark when Jacob showed up for a quick pre-brekkie surf [click to continue]