Mark Cunningham bodysurfing Tahiti. Cinematography by Daniel Russo. Pearl Jams "Oceans" reimagined and played by Andrew Joslyn.
Sea Level TV consistently puts put wonderful stories of surfing culture. Here is their reel.
From Tin Ojeda, the maker of Expensive Porno Movie, comes more footage from the experimental film Free Jazz Vein. Shot on Super 16mm, it features a bevy of today's best and most stylish sliders on the planet.
Alex Knost walks us through the inspiration behind his contributions to the RVCA Boardroom.
Jack Lynch’s surfing a single-fin and a twinny at J-Bay.
Byron Bay surfer Josie Prendergast stars in this McTavish film by filmmaker Stefan José. It features The 2017 Dirt Nap surfboard by McTavish.
Love this. Torren Marytyn slows down the pace at a dreamy point break in Central America. Film by Ishka Folkwell and supported by Need Essentials.
Follow Jason 'Salsa' Salisbury to his second home in Bali where he journeys into some tasty tubes and talks about his pursuit of happiness. From Banks Journal.
Gerry Lopez first surfed Uluwatu in 1974. The fabled Balinese wave was pristine, magical, and empty. Gerry returned to Uluwatu 40 years later to find it bustling, developed, and a different scene. After a week of surfing and yoga, however, Gerry tapped into a spirit of place that will endure.
Filmmaker Jack Coleman brings another great edit of Vinnie, Ari, and Ozzie flying through some traffic for Mollusk Surf Shop.
Ending the year 2016 with a bang. Some epic surfing from San Diego surfer Corey Colapinto.
Bob McTavish is a genius with a planer and Harrison Roach, who puts the boards to test throughout the world, understands which design features make the magic happen under his feet. Their relationship represents the ‘look back to move forward’ ethos that works so well with surfboards. Harrison has an idea – Bob makes it a reality.