Now accepting applications for The SURFER Internship
Are you a stoked young scribe with a ferocious hunger for surf culture? We’re pleased to Introduce The SURFER Internship, the chance for budding surf journalists to cut their teeth on The Bible of the Sport. A magazine’s responsibility is to publish the best that has been thought and said about its particular subject. We
The legendary shaper takes you on a tour of his North Shore factory
North Shore shaper Eric Arakawa boasts a talented roster of team riders. Andy and Bruce Irons, Michael Ho, Fred Patacchia, Reef McIntosh, and most recently, Jack Robinson, all trust Arakawa’s boards for the North Shore and beyond. Even more telling is their trust in Arakawa’s commitment to relational shaping. The job is short of finished
More red singlets go down in Round Three of the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach
Empty waves amid the shark scare
Last year while the media frenzy unfolded at the J-Bay Open, Owen Wright and Matt Wilkinson found an escape all their own. Wilko states, “We’d been in J-Bay and since we were both out of the running for the WSL event, we thought, Well sweet; we’re in a good part of the world for wearing
Highlights from Day 1 at the Rip Curl Pro 2016
The Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach is on, and it’s the women who’ve kicked off the 2016 edition of the longest running surf contest in the world. Check out all the highlights from the day, including upsets and domination alike.
And now the young professional could use some help
Jake Davis, the young professional surfer from San Clemente and brother of Luke Davis, just underwent surgery to correct a spinal issue that had been bothering him for months, called Spinal Arteriovenus Malformation (AVM), and now he could really use some help to cover part of the cost of such a surgery. The backstory: Jake
Life as a travelling 16-year-old from "the other side" of Oahu
At 16 years old, Oahu’s Brisa Hennessy (Women’ No. 7, 2016 Hot 100) already has a passport full of stamps and World Tour desires. Take notice.