Justin Housman

Justin Housman

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

12.1.14

Features

Iran’s Female Surf Pioneers

Iran's first surf scene is led by its women

Balochistan. The place sounds made up, like something from a terrible Borat sequel. But it’s very real, and it’s very dangerous. The New York Times recently christened Balochistan as “The Scariest Little Corner of the World.” It’s an amorphous blob making up rural and often lawless parts of Pakistan, Afghanistan, and southeastern Iran. It also […]

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11.28.14

Week In Review

Week in Review

Random happenings in surf for the week of November 21st

Random happenings in surf for the week of November 28.

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11.21.14

Week In Review

Week in Review

Random happenings in surf for the week of November 21st

Random happenings in surf for the week of November 21.

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11.19.14

Industry News

Sustainable Surf Wins Agent of Change Award

The sustainability advisors to be presented with award at 2014 Surfer Poll

  SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (Nov. 17, 2014) — SURFER Magazine is proud to announce Sustainable Surf as the 2014 SURFER Poll “Agent of Change” award recipient and beneficiary of VIP table sales. The award will be presented on Dec. 6, 2014, at the 44th annual event honoring the top athletes, films, and performances in surfing. […]

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11.17.14

Game Changers

Agents of Change

Surfers committed to protecting our oceans

MIKE COOTS Shark Advocate Two decades after losing most of his right leg to a tiger shark attack, Mike Coots bears no ill will toward the species. In fact, he’s made protecting sharks a lifelong cause. Coots is an ambassador for the environmental wing of The Pew Charitable Trusts, a position that he’s used to […]

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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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