Jeff Mull

Jeff Mull

Hawaii Editor, SURFER Magazine

9.2.15

Features

Fuzed

Daniel Jones recalls the Pipeline wipeout that nearly left him paralyzed

A talented surfer with a cat-like grace, Daniel Jones has an innate ability to make the very difficult look easy. Whether he’s in the water or out, the man seems to glide. But earlier this year, after a harrowing wipeout at Pipeline, Dan found himself out of his element when he nearly broke his neck. In the

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9.1.15

Design Forum

What He Rode

Jason Stevenson talks about Jeremy Flores' Teahupoo sled

JEREMY FLORES HEIGHT 5’9″ WEIGHT: 150lbs. SHAPER: Jason Stevenson (JS Surfboards) MODEL: Forget Me Not TAIL: Round pin LENGTH: 6’0″ WIDTH: 18 1/4″ THICKNESS: 2 5/16″ VOLUME:  25L CONCAVE: Slight single to double by the fins. GLASSING: Stock 4x4x4oz. FCS II plugs: Tri or quad option. How would you describe this particular model? It’s our go-to good-wave board. It’s the

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8.29.15

Features

This Week In Webclips

Rushing slabs, Ando in black and white, Banting at a beachie, and more

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Russel Bierke Slab Life When it comes time to push himself over the ledge, Russell Bierke doesn’t think twice. When conditions go grizzly, this 18-year-old Aussie shines. Take the next few minutes to watch this teenage hellman stand tall when the surf turns dark. Banting and the Beachie Matt Banting takes

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8.27.15

Features

According to Pancho

Pancho Sullivan on life after pro surfing, coaching Carissa Moore, and the WSL

You might remember Pancho Sullivan as the guy who displaced more water than anyone from the mid ’90s to late ’00s. But while the Hawaiian powerhouse can still be found throwing spray skyward across the North Shore, he’s shifted focus since his retirement from competitive surfing in 2008. Since then, he’s worked for surf brands,

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8.25.15

Environmental News

Ala Moana Flooded with Sewage

More than 500,000 gallons of sewage flow into Honolulu beaches

Torrential downpours on Monday morning swamped much of Honolulu, causing manholes in Waikiki to overflow and spill an estimated 500,000 gallons of sewage into the sea. As a result, city officials have closed down many of the beaches in the city, including Waikiki, Ala Moana Regional Park, and Point Panic in Kakaako. Considering the run of fun-sized

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8.22.15

Features

This Week In Webclips

LA County Fires, A Hawaiian Heads to Nicaragua, and Brett Barley Chases Hurricanes

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Dane Zaun at Home in LA While the lineups of Los Angeles aren’t held in the highest esteem among most California surfers, this clip of Dane Zaun proves that when the conditions align, LA County can conjure up some diamonds. Kalani David in Nicaragua As the North Shore lays fallow, Kalani David

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8.21.15

Departures

How to Score This Fall

Evan Geiselman's three favorite fall lineups

With summer slowly fading away, we’re turning our attention toward the lineups that come to life in the fall. And to ensure that we’re scoring this autumn, we tapped Florida’s Evan Geiselman to point us in the right direction. Below, Evan’s listed his three favorite fall getaways. Tahiti Round Trip Airfare: From LAX: $1,815 From Miami: $2,006 Tahiti

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8.15.15

Features

This Week In Webclips

Nate Tyler, Shane Dorian, Soli Bailey, and the boys from 'The Habitat' shred that net

CLIP OF THE WEEK: MUTE Nate Tyler and Victor Pakpour teamed up with a few of their friends—Dion Agius, Brendan Gibbens, Chippa Wilson, Noah Wegrich, and Owen Wright—to produce Mute. Consisting of mostly frosty and unmentioned lineups in California, Australia, and beyond, the film is an homage to honest ripping and doesn’t disappoint. The Habitat Episode

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8.8.15

Features

This Week In Webclips

Dane In Morocco, Slater at J-Bay, and Shirrmacher in Munich

CLIP OF THE WEEK:Boiler Boys Dane Reynolds, Yadin Nicol, and Dillon Perillo set this 13-minute clip from Marine Layer on fire. While the brisk right-hand points that dot the Moroccan coast have been in vogue for some time, we doubt that anyone’s ever surfed the lineups with the same amount of progression as this lot.

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8.6.15

Features

RIP Peter Daniels

A Shaping Legend Passes

It’s with a heavy heart that we report that one of South Africa’s most influential surfers and shapers, Peter Daniels, has passed away in the Basque Country at the age of 66. Although he was an extremely talented surfer in his own right—Peter landed the cover of SURFER in 1976—he was an absolute legend behind

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