Listen in as San Diego's own Ryan Burch talks about shaping surfboards, inspiration, and how he can have fun surfing in any wave conditions.
Kyle Kennelly of Daydream Surfshop slides around California on a 6'9" Joey Bookout "Morning of the Beers" using a 9.5" True Ames PHD Volan fin. Filmed and edited by Matt Grote.
CJ and youngsters Corey Colapinto and Kevin Jouras session on the EPS and carbon fiber CJ Nelson Designs x Dead Kooks collaboration board, the Guerrero. Pushing longboard surfing to their personal limits through new building materials and design is the goal. Film by Steve Cleveland and Justin Bowers.
Take the plunge into the abyss and join Torren Martyn on the island of Siargao in search of unridden, sheltered set ups, while getting a stern lesson in storm etiquette. Fin by Surfstitch.
Jack Coleman and Kyle Kennelly (with additional filming by Michael Cukr) teamed up to document Kyle's research in quasi-finless surfing. The possibilities of side bites sans center fin are put to the test in California and Hawaii.
Surfstich hangs with surfing royalty Bob McTavish and son Ben to learn about the brands strong history, the development of iconic instrumental surf crafts and the modern day techniques that keeps the brand ahead of the game.
That quintessential Californian road trip searching out fun waves and great adventures in the hopes of creating a cool little surf flick with Hudson Ritchie and Cory Gehr.
The Path” film series focuses on surfers who play a key role in their local surf community by displaying unique trades, philosophies, or stories that we feel need to be shared with the surf community at large. Film by Shawn Zappo.
“It’s such a great experience to be able to share the experience with a child,” says Baggs. “Being a surfing mom is really amazing. Sometimes tough. I guess it’s almost like an internal battle of like ‘Do I be really selfish and surf myself or do I take him surfing and let it go?
Filmmaker Jack Coleman has had a curious and watchful eye on a unique, family duo. Tanner & Levi Prairie are a brother, surfer, shaper, musician pair based out of Costa Mesa, CA. The two are a sight for sore eyes in the contemporary world of macho-freakout wave riding, drawing experimental, highly polished lines on anything from knee high crumblers, to double overhead pits.
Automn session in Basque Country with Mathieu Marechal by filmmaker Adrien Ballanger. Enjoy!
The sun is great and all. But sometimes you just want to run from the sun and experience the wet seasons. Vissla packed Derrick Disney, Jay Nelson and Danny Hess into the Dream Steeple and adventured up the West Coast of the US to Canada where we found nothing but fun waves...and bears.