4.14.15

Industry News

Chemistry Forever

New edit from Chemistry Surfboards

for·ev·er fəˈrevər/Submit adverb 1. for all future time; for always. Skills develop at a young age. With passion, persistence, and patience, young apprentices become master craftsmen. These craftsmen leave an inspirational path for the next generation. Here at Chemistry we continue to design, build, create, and stay inspired to the day our physical expires. Chemistry

more

4.9.15

Industry News

Chippa Wilson Joins Nixon

Adds to a heavy-hitting roster

Encinitas, CA – Nixon is pleased to announce the addition of Christopher “Chippa” Wilson onto the brand’s Global Surf Team. No stranger to Nixon, Chippa has been part of the brand’s Australian regional pro-team for the past five years. Recently, Chippa was put up to the vote to be moved onto the Global Surf Team.

more

4.8.15

Industry News

2015 Oakley Lowers Pro Teaser

A WSL QS 10,000 Event on April 28 - May 2 at Lower Trestles

The Oakley Lowers Pro is back on the WSL Qualifying series after a two year break. Tune in April 28th through May 2nd to watch 96 of the world’s top surfers compete for the $250,000 prize purse at Southern California’s iconic Lower Trestles.

more

4.7.15

Industry News

Body Glove Welcomes Granger Larsen

The Maui native signs on to the team

Redondo Beach, Calif. (April 6, 2015) Body Glove welcomes 25-year-old surfer Granger Larsen to the team. Raised in Lahaina, Maui, Larsen has been surfing since he was eight. “I have known Granger Larsen since he was a Menehune back in Lahaina. He is an incredibly smooth and powerful surfer,” said Body Glove’s Surf Marketing Manager

more

3.6.15

Photo Blog

Ryan Callinan, Rocky Point

Photo: Grant Ellis

more

3.5.15

Photo Blog

Orange County, California

Photo: Todd Glaser

more

3.2.15

Photo Blog

Basque Country, Spain

Photo: Bryce Lowe-White

more

3.27.14

Videos

Bonnie Barrels in Scotland

Popping open some top shelf Scotch

POV footage from inside barrels is dangerously close to crossing the line between novel and overdone. Until that line is officially crossed, please enjoy this clip of Ian Battrick at an impossibly perfect righthander, somewhere in the wee hours of a Scottish morning.

more