Justin Housman

Justin Housman

Justin lives, surfs, and whines about northwest winds in San Francisco. His beautiful wife endures.

11.14.14

Week In Review

Week in Review

Random happenings in surf for the week of November 14th

Random happenings in surf for the week of November 14.

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11.13.14

Features

Electric Shark Punching

It's like tough love for sharks

Just offshore Cape Town, South Africa, researchers are busily setting up a new kind of shark barrier to keep the toothy predators from mingling with surfers and swimmers at popular beaches. Rather than the old standby of a shark net, this new barrier just punches sharks in the face. With electricity. Basically. Why didn’t somebody

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11.10.14

The Culture

Cutback to Australia

A fresh cut of fresh cuts

Last year, we ran a charming little edit called “Cutback to California.” It featured a Japanese barber/longboard enthusiast named Karu, who traveled out to California, cut a little hair, and surfed some little waves. This time Karu hit the Australian shore, scissors and log in tow. He even got to give Mark Richards a trim.

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11.7.14

Videos

Metal Necking Portugal

Andrew Doheny and crew get Iberian

God bless you Metal Neck.

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11.7.14

Week In Review

Week in Review

Random happenings in surf for the week of November 7th

Random happenings in surf for the week of October 31st.

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11.6.14

Features

An Olympic Gold Medalist Who Tows at Massive Cloudbreak

Five questions with Julia Mancuso

A photo posted by Julia Mancuso (@juliamancuso) on Oct 10, 2014 at 10:09am PDT Julia Mancuso has done two things that no other female Olympian skier has done. One, she’s won more medals in alpine skiing than any American woman in history. And two, she’s towed into some damn big Cloudbreak waves. In October, Mancuso was

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11.5.14

Videos

Hard Core Machado Action

It's a self-shape party

Jack Coleman and his retro-tinted edits are at it again, this time featuring Rob Machado in full-steeze mode. Either Machado has been watching a shitload of Gerry Lopez movies lately, or there’s only one way to turn big, heavy single-fins like that.

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11.4.14

The Culture

Cyrus Sutton’s “Island Earth”

Surfer/filmmaker turns attention to Hawaii's battle with GMO crops

If you’ve paid much attention to Hawaiian politics lately, you know that the island’s rural communities are in a battle against Big Ag’s experimentation with GMO crops and advanced pesticides. This battle recently caught the attention of pro surfer/filmmaker Cyrus Sutton, who’s been surf tripping from his native California to Hawaii since his teens. Lately,

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10.31.14

Week In Review

Week in Review

Random happenings in surf for the week of October 31st

Random happenings in surf for the week of October 31st.

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10.30.14

Features

Surf City, Montana

Missoula's Strongwater Surf Shop is leading a river surf revolution

Sure, you’ve done the Mentawais. You honeymooned on Bali. Got beat down on the North Shore, feasted on tapas in Mundaka, drank tea in Morocco, and threw back six-packs of Atlas in Bocas Del Toro. Your passport is dusted with a thin film of salt and sand from dozens of surf trips all over the

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