San Diego's 16-year-old all-board aficionado
Music: Alkaline by Paper Twin
Three of the most influential rides in the history of surfing
For us each of these waves was a creation, an invention in every sense of the word.
The carnage and triumph from Hurricane Marie's date with Sandspit
You’ve seen the wave of the day, Gabe Venturelli’s dozen-barrel set he rode from the point to the beach, and that was an example of Sandspit at its finest during Hurricane Marie. What you haven’t seen, at least until you press play on the clip above, were the hordes of surfers who failed miserably in
One trip around the sun with Mateia Hiquily
Tahiti's highest-trending export, the young Mateia Hiquily spent the last year doin' work. He starts in Tahiti, heads over to Mex, puts his time in over in Hawaii, then returns home for more over the course of the clip, all of which took place over the course of the last 12 calendar months.
A melodic, slowed-down look at the majesty of Hurricane Marie
A few weeks removed from Hurricane Marie, here's a slower paced, groovy look back at the 40-year storm.
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The Short(er) Board Revolution Rob Machado and Ryan Burch discuss pushing small-wave craft in solid Tahitian barrels. The Green Wave Will the eco-friendly surfboard ever expand beyond the niche market? A Sublime Obligation Exploring the outermost limits of wave riding through board design. Exposure: Desert Point As one of the longest left-hand barrels on the