Fast-moving water creates a powerful standing river-wave
When you live in a landlocked country, surfing becomes much more complicated than driving to the nearest beach and paddling out. For these surfers in Switzerland, flood surfing presents the perfect opportunity to get in the water without venturing beyond their borders. Earlier this week, fast-moving water in the Thur river granted such a situation
Waves near home for the Salty Beards out of Ventura
A few days of swell in California provide waves aplenty for another banger from Nick Rozsa. He brings style and scale on his airs and backside attack, and might as well be getting paid by the city of Ventura for how nice he makes his hometown look.
Jesse Merle-Jones wants you to surf better
I’ve been riding the wrong boards most of my life. As a pro surfer, that may sound weird, but it’s true. I rode a standard thruster and I was bored with surfing. I was narrow-minded and against change and figured that if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. But then something changed. A friend of
Noseriding and jazz music, what's not to love?
Take the stylistic subtleties of Joel Tudor’s surfing, mix it with the nuances of jazz music, and you have this extremely enjoyable video by Adam Burns. In just under three minutes, you’ll see some incredible noserides, drop-knee cutbacks, and all the fancy footwork you’d expect from Joel.
The second installment of an exclusive series with Noa Deane
Although the music, aspect ratio, dating show sampling, and front traction are all reminiscent of the ’80s, the surfing certainly is not. Noa Deane, regardless of format, consistently impresses both above and below the lip. That air at 0:28! Nobody (except maybe Dane Reynolds) is doing airs that big or that tweaked. And Noa is
At home and abroad with the Hawaiian charger
Hailing from the North Shore of Oahu, Eli Olson has developed his tube-riding skills at one of the heaviest waves of the world: Pipeline. And when he chases waves around the world, it shows. In Eli’s newest edit, he explains why he surfs, what motivates him to keep going, and most importantly, he demonstrates that
Wedges suit the young, long-haired Australian well
Eli Steele is 19 years of age and from Moffat Beach, Australia. Now that the formalities are out of the way, go ahead and introduce yourself to his surfing. As you’ll see in this clip, Eli loves a good wedge and has the aerial repertoire to prove it, including the rarely seen mute grab (0:40).