Photographer Tim Nunn is on a crusade to reduce marine garbage in the North Atlantic
Tim Nunn, a photographer and surf industry vet from England, has over the course of his career had the privilege of traveling to some of the world’s most serene and distant locales. While Nunn has found a wealth of beauty in these isolated corners of the surf world, he’s also come across something else: piles
You only need one to make it worth it
This past week, North Point, that firing right-hander in West Oz that we’ve all come to love, grew teeth for the likes of Jay Davies, Beau Foster, Shaun Manners and a few dozen other souls fortunate enough to snag a set. From the looks of this clip, the crowd was out in full effect, but if you
Caio Ibelli finds himself a perfect left
Caio Ibelli knows how to ride the tube. Just a few seconds into this barrel-soaked clip and that’s abundantly apparent. What we’re left wondering, however, is just where this draining left is and how do we get in on that?
Meet the new locals at Teahupoo
It’s easy to forget that there’s a die-hard contingent of Tahitian surfers that call Teahupoo their own. When the World Tour isn’t in town, this latest crop of Tahitian surfers is sitting deep at the slab at the end of the road whenever Teahupoo comes to life. Take a moment to get acquainted with the new
Seven days of digital stimuli
VIDEO OF THE WEEK: SAND AND FURY Koa Smith, Billy Kemper, and Koa Rothman take us inside one of the most heart-thumping sessions in Mainland Mexico we’ve ever seen. Take special note of the final barrel from Koa Smith at the 3:25 mark. The Many Faces of Teahupoo Cinematographer Ryan Moss cut this clip highlighting the
Standing up to Mullaghmore in Ireland
The notion of conquering your fear sets the tone for this moody edit from cinematographer Joao Monge. Shot in Mullaghmore, Ireland, this clip—which features a speech by British philosopher Alan Watts describing the illusion of fear—showcases underground chargers Will Skudin, Lyndon Wake, and Jayce Robinson in some cold and undeniably sketchy conditions.
Nate Tyler, Yago Dora, and Mitch Coleborn lay tracks in the Maldives
Three of the sport’s most progressive surfers recently posted up in the Maldives where they were met with one perfect left after another. As you’d expect from this crew, there’s lots of high-speed rail work and some massively tweaked punts in this clip.
Surf in the Great Lakes, Teahupoo for teens, and a trip down the 101
CLIP OF THE WEEK: Yadin Nicol and Dillon Perillo Trek from Oregon to SoCal Two of the most likeable lads in surf travel down the Pacific Coast Highway from Smith’s new HQ in Portland to Southern California. On the way, they tasted the lineups of the great NorthWest and from all accounts, had a pretty epic
The T&C Surf Grom Contest takes over Waikiki
For more than three decades, the T&C Surf Grom Contest has created something special for Hawaii’s youngest surfers. As an event that places more pressure on having fun than finding a good result, the event is a much-needed breath of fresh air when it comes to competitive surfing in the islands. There’s only one real stipulation