All the best P.O.V. surf footage from this past winter on the North Shore
Conner and Parker Coffin fired up on the North Shore
Oh, to be a Coffin brother. “Hawaii is a magical place. We hold a very special place for it in our hearts and we spend as much time as we can over there every year. This year was one of our most memorable years and we all got super fired up to work on this […]
A new perspective of a time-honored tradition
While GoPros are nothing new to surf videos, Christian Wach’s “New View” is something we’ve never seen before. The use of a custom mount on the tail of his 10′ longboard adds a unique dimension to the time-honored tradition of logging. The backwards take off at the 2:10 mark will take you for a spin […]
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The Wind Made Them Do It A profile on Albee Layer and Matt Meola, who are relentlessly pushing the boundaries of both big-wave and aerial surfing. Dry Reef and Snake Wine Chasing a typhoon to Okinawa’s most dangerous break. The Now SURFER’s occasional investigation into the dubious claim that youth is wasted on the young. […]
A curated list of the best webclips on the Internet
CLIP OF THE WEEK: Dane’s Dirty Dozen It’s a Dane Reynolds montage, enough said. We’ll spare you the poetic waxing and let you get to the watching. Island View Balaram Stack and Michael Dunphy clocking some quality beachbreak tube-time on the Caribbean coast of Panama. The trip is featured in an upcoming issue of SURFER, […]
Chasing barrels in Panama with Balaram Stack and Michael Dunphy
For a travel feature you’ll see more about in our next issue, Balaram Stack and Michael Dunphy head to the Caribbean coast of Panama to clock some beachbreak tube-time.
Ian Walsh in some moody, deathly surf of all sorts in Micronesia
See Ian Walsh in spots of the mysto, slabbing, barreling, spitting, and ripping variety. Enjoy.