Saluting the most sickening feeling in surf
Watch this sadistic little ditty a few times and you’ll notice a few distinct styles of disaster trips over the falls. There’s the “No, Wait, Shit, I Don’t Really Want This One!” (Most embarrassing). There’s the “High-line Barrel To Upside-Down Lipride Into Oblivion” (Awesome). I really enjoy the “Poorly-Thought-Out Lip Bash To Backwards Swan Dive”
Three years after his near-death experience at Cortes Bank, Greg Long is back to pushing the boundaries of big-wave surfing
On a sunny afternoon this February, I stepped into a sleepy café in Half Moon Bay, California, to meet Greg Long. The San Clemente native had surfed his way into the finals of the Titans of Mavericks event the day before, and a few minutes after I arrived, he walked through the door with a
Week In Review
Leaping sharks! Surfing babies! Shredding monks!
Random happenings in surf for the week of April 22nd
Week In Review
Kelly Slater's Secrets Revealed! The SUP of the Apocalypse! Rock Stars Hate Surfers!
Random happenings in surf for the week of April 15th
"Fish" doc tells story of the world's most fun board design
Considering that surfing has no real purpose other than pure fun, it’s a bit amazing that riding an easier board—the quickest, most simple way to be sure you actually have fun in every session—was either ignored, or outright mocked for most of the last, oh I don’t know, let’s say, three decades. Still is,
Week In Review
Nightshredding with JOB! Wilko Goes Off (at the bar)! Vader Surfs!
Random happenings in surf for the week of April 8th
Incredible new tech draws power from the sea
Ocean Waves May Hold The Key To Endless Renewable Energy This technology turns ocean waves into electrical power and fresh drinking water. Posted by The Huffington Post on Thursday, March 31, 2016 Harnessing wave energy to power our cities could be one part of the holy grail of clean energy production. But it’s also
Up close and personal with the Deaner's hacking and hucking
I watched this video about three times before I even realized it was in black-and-white, so captivating is Noa Deane’s performance paired with hard-driving music. This is how surf clips should be. The slo-mo biz at the beginning not your jam? Take a deep breath, wait, and enjoy what comes next.
Kelly Slater is known as the best surfer in the world. But will anyone ever agree on that title again?
If you’re the sort of surfer who takes time to read this magazine and aren’t simply flipping through the pages to drool over the photos, then I’m confident I can sketch a spot-on picture of you, dear reader. You’re a man, roughly 31 years old. You’re a goofyfoot, and you surf twice a week. You
Do you like your surfboard? Then you like Bob Simmons
Bob Simmons was born 97 years ago today, and died 35 years later, in 1954. In that brief lifetime, Simmons came up with pretty much all the good bits of the modern surfboard. Finely-tuned rails? Bob. Nose lift? Bob. High-performance fins? Bob. And all this by the1940s. Simmons was an early adopter of fiberglass coatings