Mayhems at Lowers underneath Kolohe, Carissa, Coco and more
It’s no secret that Matt Biolos and his …Lost Surfboards regime hold the key to the Lowers treasure chest, and it’s for that reason you see his sticks under the feet of so many top pros. From Kolohe Andino to Carissa Moore, the …Lost crew is stacked with high-caliber surfers with high expectations from their
Two and one-half minutes of soothing surf porn
True to the cinematography reel format, David Malcolm’s Buoy Eyes consists of only his best work captured all over the world in recent years and all shot from the water. Between the epic cast (Dylan Graves, the Gudauskas brothers, Nate Tyler, and Craig Anderson to name a few) and David’s ability to be in the
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Advancements in big-wave technology that are putting surfers steeper and deeper in monster waves
Not all progress takes place in the lineup. With the big-wave surfer's incessant desire for "bigger," the hunt for giant surf, through paddle or tow, has bred a parallel market for technology and design that aids in the pursuit. Big-wave surfing in itself has seen many of its longstanding milestones destroyed recently, with new records erected immediately from the rubble. It's innovations like these that are making it all possible.
Top-shelf shredding by the world's best at Lowers
CAST (in order of appearance) Lowers Angry Crowd Jordy Smith Carissa Moore Owen Wright Adriano de Souza Julian Wilson Jeremy Flores Bede Durbidge Nat Young Gabriel Medina Kolohe Andino Fred Patacchia John John Florence Music: Eternally Dizzy
Say goodbye to the ASP, and hello to the World Surf League
Ladies and gents, the Association is no more. The the world’s best surfers, the dream tour, and the webcasts will remain, but the Association of Surfing Professionals is retired, rebranded now into the World Surf League. Just about a year removed from the ASP overhaul, complete with the changing of logos and media rights and
Bali perfection isn't without its ills
Bali Belly is a well-documented peril of spending time in Indonesia’s wave-rich hub. But despite the horrid nature of the sickness, it doesn’t keep surfers from making annual pilgrimages to the region. In Indo-Flu, Roberto D’Amico and Dutch surfer Yannick De Jager discover that regardless of how sick you get the waves are just too