The Wettest Wednesday // A short story by Ian A. Riggs Protecting surfers from the elements has always been O’Neill’s first priority and, naturally, making them stoked has always been a direct effect. What better way to stoke out the surf community by showering them with free O’Neill sunglasses? Hosted by Zenbu, North County San […]
This winter, at an outer reef with a name I dare not mutter, Sion Milosky had been bobbing in the lineup for nearly three hours when fate struck. His arms were heavy but his heart was light. Electrifying bolts of adrenaline shot through his body and kept his reactions sharp. From his vantage point, through […]
Saturday, May 15, 9 am – 1 pm Join us at Patagonia Cardiff for a Fletcher Chouinard Surfboards and Patagonia wetsuit demo. The event kicks off our new “Test Drive Center,” located on our patio, a one-minute walk from several local breaks. We will have a full complement of boards shaped by Fletcher Chouinard, including […]
We’ve been following the Hawaiian Surfing Reserve bill for a while now, and needless to say, we were pretty damn surprised when it was shot down last week. To give you the quick rundown, Hawaiian Senator Fred Hemmings—Hawaiian-surfing-legend-turned-organized-professional-surfing-founder-turned-politician—drafted a bill to the state to designate the areas of Waikiki and the North Shore as Hawaiian […]
All photos: Kevin Voegtlin
Click here to enter. The color orange is symbolic of much of life itself; bold, fiery, unique and sometimes blinding, a color that ignited a group of active friends in Southern California to re-invent eyewear. Their vision was orange and a single thought rang true: “it’s not seeing different things; it’s seeing the same things […]
ABC’s Nightline took a look into the life of Clay Marzo and how he’s dealt with having Asberger’s syndrome. In case you missed it live, you can see the whole segment below.